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Our local golf course - !8 holes in a beautiful setting, with wonderful views, just half a mile to walk or drive to the club house. They are always welcoming to visitors. You can enjoy a 25% reduction in your green fees, on production of your Barend Booking Bonus Card. There are many other golf courses within a short drive.
Located just outside Castle Douglas. Threave garden's displays of daffodils, herbaceous beds, trees, heather garden and Plant centre are an all year round attraction. For further information www.nts.org.uk
Southwick. Extensive wetlands, saltmarsh and coastal area on the scenic north shore of the Solway. Breeding waders, wintering waterfowl, year round bird and wildlife watching. Visitor centre. www.rspb.org.uk/scotland
A treasure house of history in Dumfries and Galloway, telling the story of the land and people of the region. www.dumgal.gov.uk
Loch Arthur Farm shop and Creamery is only a few miles from us. It sells award winning cheese and organic produce. www.locharthur.org.uk
Dumfries. Centre telling the story of connections between Robert Burns and the town of Dumfries. www.dumgal.gov.uk/museums
A fun day out come rain or shine. Animals, quadbikes, grass sledging, indoor play area. For further information www.mabiefarm.co.uk
We are situated between 2 trails; Dalbeattie Forest & Mabie Forest with others in the locality. For further information see our website clicking here where you can click through for further information on individual trails.
The splendid remains of the late 13th century Cistercian abbey at New Abbey. For further information www.historic-scotland.gov.uk
Dumfriesshire home of the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry KT. Renowned art collection, adventure playground, craft centre, cycle museum and cycle trails. For further information www.drumlanrig.org.uk
Parton, Loch Ken, Castle Douglas. With instructor led activities, including sailing, kayaking, archery, mountain biking, climbing tower and many more. Click here for full details.
Holywood. Home of Robert Burns. Farmhouse and steading reflecting the poet's farming and literary life. Riverside walk, heritage trail and farming exhibits. www.ellislandfarm.co.uk
Delicious ice cream, picnic area, tearoom, adventure playground, cycle hire. For further information www.creamogalloway.co.uk
Caerlaverock, one of Scotland's finest castles, is everyone's idea of a medieval fortress. The scene of two famous seiges, this moated castle has an adventure park and nature trail. For further information www.historic-scotland.gov.uk
Volunteer run museum charting aviation history since World War 1. Large collection of aviation artifacts. www.dumfriesaviationmuseum.com
When in Castle Douglas call and see the traditional brewing process from barley to beer! www.sulwathbrewers.co.uk
Lochfoot.Classic car hire in Lochfoot. Hire one of our classic cars for your holiday in Southern Scotland and enjoy the romance of historic motoring. www.classic-vintage-car-rental.com
This is a prestigious 18 hole parkland golf course iwhich offers golf and catering packages. Details from Stuart Syme on 01387 268918. www.thecounty.com
A 9 hole parkland course, which welcomes visitors any day of the week. £10 for 9 holes; £18 for 18, and a weekly ticket available for £50. Phone: 01556 611421. www.dalbeattiegc.co.uk
Read about Sandyhills 5 star beach here in the report by the Solway Firth Partnership.
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