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Guidebook for Dalbeattie

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Guidebook for Dalbeattie

Food Scene
Great Italian food in a lovely restaurant with great atmosphere. Happy hour until 7pm
Luigi's Restaurant
3 Maxwell St
Great Italian food in a lovely restaurant with great atmosphere. Happy hour until 7pm
Great pub food in a lively and friendly atmosphere. Pub quiz 8.30 every Monday night.
Kings Arms
Great pub food in a lively and friendly atmosphere. Pub quiz 8.30 every Monday night.
Lovely fish & chips to takeaway or eat in. Plenty of other food on the menu to choose from, including macaroni cheese on Fridays!
The Chip Shop
4 Mill St
Lovely fish & chips to takeaway or eat in. Plenty of other food on the menu to choose from, including macaroni cheese on Fridays!
Loch Arthur Farm Shop and Cafe has become a much treasured and appreciated destination in Dumfries and Galloway for those who appreciate quality food both sourced and produced with care and integrity. The Farm Shop offers a fantastic selection of home grown organic and locally produced foods. Visitors can also purchase a variety of gifts and enjoy delicious food served in the cafe. A lovely way to spend a full or half day during your holiday in Dumfries and Galloway
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Loch Arthur Farm Shop
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Loch Arthur Farm Shop and Cafe has become a much treasured and appreciated destination in Dumfries and Galloway for those who appreciate quality food both sourced and produced with care and integrity. The Farm Shop offers a fantastic selection of home grown organic and locally produced foods. Visitors can also purchase a variety of gifts and enjoy delicious food served in the cafe. A lovely way to spend a full or half day during your holiday in Dumfries and Galloway
Chinese restaurant - takeaway & sit in. Friendly atmosphere and great service. Open late.
Sea Horse
15 Mill St
Chinese restaurant - takeaway & sit in. Friendly atmosphere and great service. Open late.
Multi-Cuisine Specialties Serves lunch and dinner Services Takes bookings Walk-ins welcome Good for groups or parties Good for children Takeaway Table service
The Granite Kitchen
62 High St
Multi-Cuisine Specialties Serves lunch and dinner Services Takes bookings Walk-ins welcome Good for groups or parties Good for children Takeaway Table service
Great local pub with vibrant atmosphere at the weekends. Live music and excellent food made with ingredients from local suppliers
Birchtree Hotel
1 Maxwell St
Great local pub with vibrant atmosphere at the weekends. Live music and excellent food made with ingredients from local suppliers
Sightseeing
Enjoy a walk along the coast overlooking the Glen Isle and Heston Island. Plenty of sailing boats to look at. Fine food at the Anchor and Mariner Hotels. Walk along the path to neighbouring Rockcliffe and if you're feeling like a longer walk, keep going to Portling and on to Sandyhills along the beach or cliff top paths.
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Kippford
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Enjoy a walk along the coast overlooking the Glen Isle and Heston Island. Plenty of sailing boats to look at. Fine food at the Anchor and Mariner Hotels. Walk along the path to neighbouring Rockcliffe and if you're feeling like a longer walk, keep going to Portling and on to Sandyhills along the beach or cliff top paths.
Situated on a small island, you will need to take the short boat trip across the river to visit Threave Castle. Well worth the walk from the car park.
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Threave Castle
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Situated on a small island, you will need to take the short boat trip across the river to visit Threave Castle. Well worth the walk from the car park.
Orchardton Tower is an unusual free-standing round tower, the only one of its type in Scotland. It operated as a fortified residence for a nobleman named John Cairns, who may have acquired the land after James II’s overthrow of the Douglases in 1455. Circular towers, or donjons, such as this were integral to 1200s strongholds like Bothwell Castle or Dirleton Castle, but they were replaced by square and rectangular tower houses. At Orchardton, Cairns built himself a round tower 200 years after they’d gone out of fashion
Orchardton Tower
Orchardton Tower is an unusual free-standing round tower, the only one of its type in Scotland. It operated as a fortified residence for a nobleman named John Cairns, who may have acquired the land after James II’s overthrow of the Douglases in 1455. Circular towers, or donjons, such as this were integral to 1200s strongholds like Bothwell Castle or Dirleton Castle, but they were replaced by square and rectangular tower houses. At Orchardton, Cairns built himself a round tower 200 years after they’d gone out of fashion
Artists Town. The light and colours of this historic harbour town make it a haven for artists and tourists. A vibrant summer programme of entertainment culminates in the Floodlit Tattoo, complete with massed pipe bands. Established as a Royal Burgh in 1455, Kirkcudbright has always been supported by a busy fishing trade. Behind the harbour the streets have housed generations of creative artists, a tradition maintained today by a flourishing colony of painters and craftworkers. Although Kirkcudbright itself is on the estuary of the River Dee, there is an excellent beach – Dhoon Beach 2 miles along the coast. The beach is great for bathing and has views of the lighthouse on Ross Island.
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Kirkcudbright
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Artists Town. The light and colours of this historic harbour town make it a haven for artists and tourists. A vibrant summer programme of entertainment culminates in the Floodlit Tattoo, complete with massed pipe bands. Established as a Royal Burgh in 1455, Kirkcudbright has always been supported by a busy fishing trade. Behind the harbour the streets have housed generations of creative artists, a tradition maintained today by a flourishing colony of painters and craftworkers. Although Kirkcudbright itself is on the estuary of the River Dee, there is an excellent beach – Dhoon Beach 2 miles along the coast. The beach is great for bathing and has views of the lighthouse on Ross Island.
Gatehouse of Fleet is a village situated near the mouth of the Water of Fleet, 10 miles west of Kirkcudbright.In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, it was a thriving industrial centre with cotton mills, shipbuilding, a brewery and a port. It was known locally as the 'Glasgow of the South'.Traces of its industrial past can be found in its buildings, street names and in the Mill on the Fleet, a former textile mill, now an award-winning visitors' centre tracing the economic and social history of Gatehouse. Robert Burns penned the first draft of his famous poem, Scots Wha Hae, at the Murray Arms in 1793.
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Gatehouse of Fleet
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Gatehouse of Fleet is a village situated near the mouth of the Water of Fleet, 10 miles west of Kirkcudbright.In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, it was a thriving industrial centre with cotton mills, shipbuilding, a brewery and a port. It was known locally as the 'Glasgow of the South'.Traces of its industrial past can be found in its buildings, street names and in the Mill on the Fleet, a former textile mill, now an award-winning visitors' centre tracing the economic and social history of Gatehouse. Robert Burns penned the first draft of his famous poem, Scots Wha Hae, at the Murray Arms in 1793.
Visit Caerlaverock Castle and discover one of Scotland’s great medieval fortresses. With its moat, twin towered gatehouse and imposing battlements, this awe-inspiring castle is the epitome of the medieval stronghold and one of the finest castles in Scotland, first built in the 13th century. Although ruined, Caerlaverock is still a substantial structure and you can explore many different features within its unique triangular ground plan. The castle's turbulent history owes much to its proximity to England which brought it into the brutal cross-border conflicts and you can enjoy a fascinating siege warfare exhibition complete with reconstructions of medieval siege engines. 11km south of Dfs
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Caerlaverock Castle
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Visit Caerlaverock Castle and discover one of Scotland’s great medieval fortresses. With its moat, twin towered gatehouse and imposing battlements, this awe-inspiring castle is the epitome of the medieval stronghold and one of the finest castles in Scotland, first built in the 13th century. Although ruined, Caerlaverock is still a substantial structure and you can explore many different features within its unique triangular ground plan. The castle's turbulent history owes much to its proximity to England which brought it into the brutal cross-border conflicts and you can enjoy a fascinating siege warfare exhibition complete with reconstructions of medieval siege engines. 11km south of Dfs
Most local people and many visitors will have visited the fantastic local attractions of Gretna Green, Caerlaverock Castle and Burns’ House at least once in their lifetime. However at Solway Tours we find it very frustrating that as the Gateway to Scotland we have so many fantastic places to visit yet to many of them remain “undiscovered”. We need to showcase all the high quality historic sites that we have across the Region and ensure that both locals and visitors do not miss out on some of our hidden gems. Tel: 01387 449104
Solway Tours
18 Barnhill Pl
Most local people and many visitors will have visited the fantastic local attractions of Gretna Green, Caerlaverock Castle and Burns’ House at least once in their lifetime. However at Solway Tours we find it very frustrating that as the Gateway to Scotland we have so many fantastic places to visit yet to many of them remain “undiscovered”. We need to showcase all the high quality historic sites that we have across the Region and ensure that both locals and visitors do not miss out on some of our hidden gems. Tel: 01387 449104
Parks & Nature
Family friendly forest with great facilities, scenic views, lochs & wildlife. Lots of great walks, varying lengths for all abilities. Part of the Seven Stanes The 7stanes are seven mountain biking centres spanning the south of Scotland, from the heart of the Scottish Borders to Dumfries and Galloway. They are on Forestry Commission land and along with schemes in Wales are regarded as the benchmark by which further trails in the UK should be developed. They are known as the 7stanes because each venue features a 'stane' (Scots for stone), created by artist Gordon Young, somewhere along the forest trails.
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Dalbeattie Forest Town Wood
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Family friendly forest with great facilities, scenic views, lochs & wildlife. Lots of great walks, varying lengths for all abilities. Part of the Seven Stanes The 7stanes are seven mountain biking centres spanning the south of Scotland, from the heart of the Scottish Borders to Dumfries and Galloway. They are on Forestry Commission land and along with schemes in Wales are regarded as the benchmark by which further trails in the UK should be developed. They are known as the 7stanes because each venue features a 'stane' (Scots for stone), created by artist Gordon Young, somewhere along the forest trails.
Visit the organic farm near Gatehouse of Fleet and sample the delicious ice cream and food in their restaurant. The kids can spend the day tiring themselves out taking part in the many activities, such as bikes, go karts, pond walks, aerial runways, mazes, indoor play areas and many more. Give it a whole day and take a picnic.
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Cream o' Galloway
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Visit the organic farm near Gatehouse of Fleet and sample the delicious ice cream and food in their restaurant. The kids can spend the day tiring themselves out taking part in the many activities, such as bikes, go karts, pond walks, aerial runways, mazes, indoor play areas and many more. Give it a whole day and take a picnic.
The Solway coast is a stunning place to visit with miles of open coastline, spectacular rocky cliffs, rolling grassy dunes and sandy beaches. The Solway coast offers something for everyone and the space to do it, whether that's sea kayaking, kite surfing, bird watching, walking, sea fishing or as a base in which to explore South West Scotland. Relax and take in the fabulous views across the Solway to the Lake District and the Isle of Man. The West coast offers spectacular sunsets and is an area of outstanding beauty. Discover the rich heritage and the diversity of wildlife and take the time to visit the many interesting towns and villages dotted along the coast.
Solway Firth
The Solway coast is a stunning place to visit with miles of open coastline, spectacular rocky cliffs, rolling grassy dunes and sandy beaches. The Solway coast offers something for everyone and the space to do it, whether that's sea kayaking, kite surfing, bird watching, walking, sea fishing or as a base in which to explore South West Scotland. Relax and take in the fabulous views across the Solway to the Lake District and the Isle of Man. The West coast offers spectacular sunsets and is an area of outstanding beauty. Discover the rich heritage and the diversity of wildlife and take the time to visit the many interesting towns and villages dotted along the coast.
Explore the rolling Galloway glens and hills to discover picturesque forest trails, three friendly visitor centres, wonderful wildlife and a long and colourful history. Here you can enjoy great walking, easy family cycling or exhilarating mountain biking at Kirroughtree or just sit back and soak up breathtaking loch and mountain views and starry night skies. Scotland has some of the darkest skies in Europe and Galloway Forest Park is one of the darkest places in Scotland, which is why it’s the UK’s first Dark Sky Park. So few people live within the Forest Park that the nights really are inky black, making it a brilliant place to enjoy the stars.
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ギャロウェイ・フォレスト・パーク
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Explore the rolling Galloway glens and hills to discover picturesque forest trails, three friendly visitor centres, wonderful wildlife and a long and colourful history. Here you can enjoy great walking, easy family cycling or exhilarating mountain biking at Kirroughtree or just sit back and soak up breathtaking loch and mountain views and starry night skies. Scotland has some of the darkest skies in Europe and Galloway Forest Park is one of the darkest places in Scotland, which is why it’s the UK’s first Dark Sky Park. So few people live within the Forest Park that the nights really are inky black, making it a brilliant place to enjoy the stars.
Threave’s wonderful garden has been created over the years by students of the NTS School of Heritage Gardening – and is a fine example of landscaped beauty. The garden is divided into a series of smaller gardens to showcase different styles, including a rose garden, rockery and walled garden. At the centre stands the Scottish Baronial Threave House, designed in 1871 for the Gordon family. Many of its rooms are displayed as they were in the 1930s. The wider estate caters for more adventurous tastes, and includes our flagship bat reserve. The nature reserve is a Special Protection Area for breeding waders and wintering wildfowl – look for pink-footed geese and Greenland white-fronted geese
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Threave Garden
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Threave’s wonderful garden has been created over the years by students of the NTS School of Heritage Gardening – and is a fine example of landscaped beauty. The garden is divided into a series of smaller gardens to showcase different styles, including a rose garden, rockery and walled garden. At the centre stands the Scottish Baronial Threave House, designed in 1871 for the Gordon family. Many of its rooms are displayed as they were in the 1930s. The wider estate caters for more adventurous tastes, and includes our flagship bat reserve. The nature reserve is a Special Protection Area for breeding waders and wintering wildfowl – look for pink-footed geese and Greenland white-fronted geese
This spectacular 1,400 acre wild reserve of the Wildlife & Wetlands Trust is situated on the north Solway Coast. From October to April, tens of thousands of Svalbard barnacle geese, swans and other birds can be seen from comfortable hides and observation towers around the site. In summer, walk through flower meadows, watch ospreys hunting over the Solway Firth and even spot barn owls and badgers if staying overnight in the charming self-catering farmhouse. Special events include free daily wildlife safaris and family events. The on site conference centre houses exhibitions featuring beautiful ceramics and paintings by local artists. The gift shop stocks an extensive selection of books.
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WWT Caerlaverock
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This spectacular 1,400 acre wild reserve of the Wildlife & Wetlands Trust is situated on the north Solway Coast. From October to April, tens of thousands of Svalbard barnacle geese, swans and other birds can be seen from comfortable hides and observation towers around the site. In summer, walk through flower meadows, watch ospreys hunting over the Solway Firth and even spot barn owls and badgers if staying overnight in the charming self-catering farmhouse. Special events include free daily wildlife safaris and family events. The on site conference centre houses exhibitions featuring beautiful ceramics and paintings by local artists. The gift shop stocks an extensive selection of books.
Kippford and Rockcliffe are on the East Stewartry Coast, an unspoilt National Scenic Area with two other NSAs in close proximity. It is in Dumfries & Galloway, South West Scotland, a region known for it's wonderful scenery, biodiversity, turbulent history, smugglers and black and white 'belted' cattle known as Galloway Belties. This stretch of coastline has many names. Known locally as the Colvend Coast or the 'Secret Coast' (due to the peace and tranquility) it is often referred to as the 'Scottish Riviera' due to it being the holiday resort of choice for Victorian millionaires and having a Gulf Stream influenced microclimate: evidenced by palm trees in some gardens.
Rockcliffe
Kippford and Rockcliffe are on the East Stewartry Coast, an unspoilt National Scenic Area with two other NSAs in close proximity. It is in Dumfries & Galloway, South West Scotland, a region known for it's wonderful scenery, biodiversity, turbulent history, smugglers and black and white 'belted' cattle known as Galloway Belties. This stretch of coastline has many names. Known locally as the Colvend Coast or the 'Secret Coast' (due to the peace and tranquility) it is often referred to as the 'Scottish Riviera' due to it being the holiday resort of choice for Victorian millionaires and having a Gulf Stream influenced microclimate: evidenced by palm trees in some gardens.
Arts & Culture
Lots of local artefacts on display in the extensive museum on the main street. "This year our theme is the 1970's Our window displays are showing items from that era. Come and see what granny would have used in her kitchen in days gone by. Grandpa's shed if full of interesting items and tools. Look through the window of our old fashioned toy shop. We are a local and social history museum for all the family. We have many displays which chart past industries of Dalbeattie. Our main display upstairs will surprise you. Read about our local hero William McMaster Murdoch, with our Titanic Display."
Dalbeattie Museum Trust
Lots of local artefacts on display in the extensive museum on the main street. "This year our theme is the 1970's Our window displays are showing items from that era. Come and see what granny would have used in her kitchen in days gone by. Grandpa's shed if full of interesting items and tools. Look through the window of our old fashioned toy shop. We are a local and social history museum for all the family. We have many displays which chart past industries of Dalbeattie. Our main display upstairs will surprise you. Read about our local hero William McMaster Murdoch, with our Titanic Display."
The museum tells the story of the land and people of Dumfries and Galloway. Look out for fossil footprints left by prehistoric animals, the wildlife of the Solway, tools and weapons of our earliest people, stone carvings by Scotland's first Christians and the everyday things of the Victorian farm, workshop and home. There is a programme of special exhibitions and events throughout the season, visitor information and a shop with unusual and nostalgic toys, gifts and books on local history. The Camera Obscura, installed in 1836, is on the top floor of the old windmill tower. From it you can see a fascinating panoramic view of Dumfries & the surrounding areas & as far as the Lake District.
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Dumfries Museum
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The museum tells the story of the land and people of Dumfries and Galloway. Look out for fossil footprints left by prehistoric animals, the wildlife of the Solway, tools and weapons of our earliest people, stone carvings by Scotland's first Christians and the everyday things of the Victorian farm, workshop and home. There is a programme of special exhibitions and events throughout the season, visitor information and a shop with unusual and nostalgic toys, gifts and books on local history. The Camera Obscura, installed in 1836, is on the top floor of the old windmill tower. From it you can see a fascinating panoramic view of Dumfries & the surrounding areas & as far as the Lake District.
Situated in the town's 18th century watermill on the River Nith, the Robert Burns Centre tells the story of Robert Burns' last years spent in the bustling streets & lively atmosphere of Dumfries in the late 18th century. The exhibition has many original manuscripts & belongings of the poet. There is a scale model of Dumfries in the 1790s & a haunting audio-visual presentation. Museum trails, fun activities & visitor information will help you explore Dumfries & Galloway's Burns connections. Upstairs there is a lively exhibition programme of work by local artists in Hullabaloo Café. It has Scotland's smallest film theatre, showing the best contemporary & world cinema.
Robert Burns Centre Film Theatre
Situated in the town's 18th century watermill on the River Nith, the Robert Burns Centre tells the story of Robert Burns' last years spent in the bustling streets & lively atmosphere of Dumfries in the late 18th century. The exhibition has many original manuscripts & belongings of the poet. There is a scale model of Dumfries in the 1790s & a haunting audio-visual presentation. Museum trails, fun activities & visitor information will help you explore Dumfries & Galloway's Burns connections. Upstairs there is a lively exhibition programme of work by local artists in Hullabaloo Café. It has Scotland's smallest film theatre, showing the best contemporary & world cinema.
It was in this ordinary sandstone building that Robert Burns,Scotlands national poet, spent the last years of his brilliant life. Now a place of pilgrimage for Burns enthusiasts from around the world, the house retains much of it's eighteenth century character and contains many relics of the poet. There is the chair in which he wrote his last poems, many original letters and manuscripts, and the famous Kilmarnock and Edinburgh editions of his work.
Robert Burns House
It was in this ordinary sandstone building that Robert Burns,Scotlands national poet, spent the last years of his brilliant life. Now a place of pilgrimage for Burns enthusiasts from around the world, the house retains much of it's eighteenth century character and contains many relics of the poet. There is the chair in which he wrote his last poems, many original letters and manuscripts, and the famous Kilmarnock and Edinburgh editions of his work.
Gracefield Arts Centre hosts a changing programme of contemporary and historical art exhibitions throughout the year. These feature regional, national and international artists and craft makers. It also holds a collection of over 600 artworks by Scottish artists and art relating to the region. There is a wide range of talks and events throughout the year. Activities led by artists and makers are available for kids, babies and toddlers, as well as art and craft workshops for adults. There is a café and craft shop.
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Gracefield Arts Centre
28 Edinburgh Rd
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Gracefield Arts Centre hosts a changing programme of contemporary and historical art exhibitions throughout the year. These feature regional, national and international artists and craft makers. It also holds a collection of over 600 artworks by Scottish artists and art relating to the region. There is a wide range of talks and events throughout the year. Activities led by artists and makers are available for kids, babies and toddlers, as well as art and craft workshops for adults. There is a café and craft shop.
The Theatre Royal in Dumfries, is the oldest working theatre in Scotland. The Theatre is owned by the Guild of Players who bought it in 1959, thereby saving it from demolition. It has recently been refurbished.
Theatre Royal
66-68 Shakespeare St
The Theatre Royal in Dumfries, is the oldest working theatre in Scotland. The Theatre is owned by the Guild of Players who bought it in 1959, thereby saving it from demolition. It has recently been refurbished.
From the ages of 13 -18, James Matthew Barrie played wild and adventurous pirate games with his friends in the ‘enchanted land’ surrounding the grand Georgian house at Moat Brae. These games were long after to provide the inspiration behind ‘that nefarious work’ – Peter Pan. The unique environment and the experiences he had here in Dumfries at that time would strongly influence Barrie’s astonishingly successful writing career.
Moat Brae National Centre for Children's Literature
From the ages of 13 -18, James Matthew Barrie played wild and adventurous pirate games with his friends in the ‘enchanted land’ surrounding the grand Georgian house at Moat Brae. These games were long after to provide the inspiration behind ‘that nefarious work’ – Peter Pan. The unique environment and the experiences he had here in Dumfries at that time would strongly influence Barrie’s astonishingly successful writing career.
Essentials
You can get all your essentials here and can even ask for delivery at a very reasonable price! Sat-Wed 8am-9pm Thu-Fri 8am-8pm
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You can get all your essentials here and can even ask for delivery at a very reasonable price! Sat-Wed 8am-9pm Thu-Fri 8am-8pm
Tesco Superstore
Shopping
Castle Douglas has everything you need! Known for being the local Food Town, it has many cafes and restaurants to stop off for a coffee, cake and chat!
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Castle Douglas
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Castle Douglas has everything you need! Known for being the local Food Town, it has many cafes and restaurants to stop off for a coffee, cake and chat!
Retail complex including over 50 outlets offering discounted designer label items, plus cafes. If coming north from Carlisle, look out for it immediately as you cross the border into Scotland. Other things to do near Gretna: Gretna Greens Famous Blacksmiths Shop. Gretna Green. The Devils Porridge Exhibition. Eastriggs. Carlisle & gateway to the Lake District
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Gretna Gateway Outlet Village
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Retail complex including over 50 outlets offering discounted designer label items, plus cafes. If coming north from Carlisle, look out for it immediately as you cross the border into Scotland. Other things to do near Gretna: Gretna Greens Famous Blacksmiths Shop. Gretna Green. The Devils Porridge Exhibition. Eastriggs. Carlisle & gateway to the Lake District
A high-street chain selling household, DIY and homeware goods, including own-brand products. 8am-8pm M-F 8am-6pm Sat 9am-6pm Sun
Wilko
A high-street chain selling household, DIY and homeware goods, including own-brand products. 8am-8pm M-F 8am-6pm Sat 9am-6pm Sun
Entertainment & Activities
Local amateur productions as well as visiting touring companies. Also showings of the latest films
The Fullarton
Local amateur productions as well as visiting touring companies. Also showings of the latest films
Laggan Outdoor Activity Centre offer adventure and recreational experiences for all the family. Set in the heart of Dumfries & Galloway, on the hills above the solway coast, you really will struggle to find a more stunning location. Activities include Scotland's longest zip wire, segway, archery, clay pigeon shooting, water balling, grass sledging, dirt scooters, reverse steering jeep. Near Gatehouse of Fleet
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Laggan Outdoor Ltd
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Laggan Outdoor Activity Centre offer adventure and recreational experiences for all the family. Set in the heart of Dumfries & Galloway, on the hills above the solway coast, you really will struggle to find a more stunning location. Activities include Scotland's longest zip wire, segway, archery, clay pigeon shooting, water balling, grass sledging, dirt scooters, reverse steering jeep. Near Gatehouse of Fleet
Welcome to Loch Ken, Scotland’s ultimate water-ski and wakeboard site! Set in the beautiful Galloway hills, Loch Ken Waterski & Wakeboard School has a cutting edge water-ski & wakeboard boat and a highly trained professional team. This unique location offers glassy, calm conditions and an exceptional level of tuition. Our aim is to make sure you have an awesome time while at Loch Ken while helping you perfect your technique, whether you ride or ski!' Loch Ken Water Ski School has a cutting edge water-ski & wakeboard boat and a highly trained professional team. Other activities include, ringos, banana boating and speed boat trips.
Loch Ken Waterski School
Welcome to Loch Ken, Scotland’s ultimate water-ski and wakeboard site! Set in the beautiful Galloway hills, Loch Ken Waterski & Wakeboard School has a cutting edge water-ski & wakeboard boat and a highly trained professional team. This unique location offers glassy, calm conditions and an exceptional level of tuition. Our aim is to make sure you have an awesome time while at Loch Ken while helping you perfect your technique, whether you ride or ski!' Loch Ken Water Ski School has a cutting edge water-ski & wakeboard boat and a highly trained professional team. Other activities include, ringos, banana boating and speed boat trips.
Galloway Activity Centre offer a wide range of wet activities. The fresh non-tidal waters of Loch Ken, north of Castle Douglas, provide a fun and safe environment for a range of water sports. Whether you're looking for a splash around or to master a skill once and for all, Galloway Activity Centre are sure to have something to suit your needs. With a team of expert adventure instructors and beautful surroundings they specialise in providing exciting and memorable experiences in a safe and friendly family atmosphere. Catering for families, groups & individuals, popular short taster sessions, full day activities, certified courses and instructor training under professional guidance.
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Galloway Activity Centre
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Galloway Activity Centre offer a wide range of wet activities. The fresh non-tidal waters of Loch Ken, north of Castle Douglas, provide a fun and safe environment for a range of water sports. Whether you're looking for a splash around or to master a skill once and for all, Galloway Activity Centre are sure to have something to suit your needs. With a team of expert adventure instructors and beautful surroundings they specialise in providing exciting and memorable experiences in a safe and friendly family atmosphere. Catering for families, groups & individuals, popular short taster sessions, full day activities, certified courses and instructor training under professional guidance.