Galloway has an excellent network of quiet rural roads to discover. Enjoy a few days of stress free touring.
Galloway has an excellent network of quiet rural roads to discover. Enjoy a few days of stress free touring. Follow one of the signposted trails, or, invent your own using maps and guides which are available at the tourist information centres. The area also offers a wide range of activates for the whole family to enjoy, be it visiting the local ice cream factory, Cream O Galloway, the Coco Bean chocolate factory (Twynholm) or learning to kayak and shoot a bow & arrow at Laggan Outdoor which also has one of the longest zip wire in Europe, you’ll be sure to find something to suit everyone’s tastes.
The Gatehouse area and Dumfries and Galloway offer many exciting and beautiful cycle paths. You can go straight from your door here or travel over to dalbeattie and enjoy the “7 Stanes challenge”. Whether it is road biking or off road biking you enjoy, there is something for everyone.
If fishing is your thing there are many places to go in our area. To fish on the local lochs there are boat keys available at the local spar shop in Gatehouse. Gatehouse and Kirkcudbright angling association can be contacted through there website. Gorsebank fishery near Dalbeattie also has excellent ponds for Carp and Trout.
The Clark Family have been in the tourist industry for over 25 years. Its our passion to provide our guests with a great base for your Galloway adventures. Woodland walks and access to the national cycle network from your doorstep.
Our cottages are all built in the natural stone of the area. They have been converted out of the old part of the farm steading to form 5 properties sleeping from one to six people.
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