While in the area, Creetown’s Gem Rock Museum is a must visit! Featuring a massive selection of mystical and enchanting minerals, gems and fossils.
Famed for its smoked salmon, seafood and wild game, the award-winning Galloway Smokehouse is a must visit for foodies. See the traditional way of smoking food and enjoy some of the delightful samples.
Each September, Wigtown hosts Wigtown Book Festival, one of the most famous book festivals in the UK. Known as Scotland’s National Book Town, visiting this place is a must for keen readers.
The Whithorn Trust was set up in 1986 to explore the archaeology and history of Whithorn, a place steeped in history. Whithorn is the site of the earliest Christian community in Scotland.
At the centre of the estate stands the 19th-century Threave House. In the grounds, you can explore the secret garden, rockery and walled garden. The guided tour of Threave House offers an insight into the story of the Gordon family. Booking in advance is advisable.
A beautiful community woodland within walking distance from Creetown. The stunning area has a rich and varied array of wildlife and walking trails to explore. The trails begin right on our doorstep, making this a perfectly located attraction for guests.
One of Scotland’s biggest food festivals, Stranraer Oyster Festival is a celebration of Scotland’s wild, native oysters and unique coastal heritage.
A beautiful little sandy beach, measuring in at just less than 100 meters long. The beach is located next to the Mossyard Holiday Park and sits at the northern end of the mouth of Fleet Bay. The beach is popular for boating, and small boats can be launched from the shore.
The Kirroughtree Visitor Centre is the perfect place to begin your journey at the Galloway Forest Park. Fuel up and get all the information you need to start exploring the trails. The 7stanes are seven mountain biking centres spanning the south of Scotland, with many trails for mountain bike enthusiasts to enjoy.
Cream o’ Galloway is the home of luxurious dairy Cream o’ Galloway Ice Cream. Made using organic milk from the award-winning Cream o’ Galloway cow with calf dairy farm.