Dalbeattie Forest Town Wood
7Stanes Mountian Biking centre; Dalbeattie has a relaxed feel – but the riding is far from dull. It’s renowned amongst the 7stanes for its technical trails, granite features and great coastal views.
Dalbeattie Town Wood is part of the larger Dalbeattie forest area which includes a 7 Stanes Mountain Bike trail centre. The town wood has a number of pleasant paths to walk including a wheelchair/pram friendly route. There is an adventure play area for the kids. Look out for red squirrrels as you…
Walks for all abilities in Dalbeattie forest including an all access path suitable for pushchairs. The 7 Stanes mountain bike trails start from the 7 Stanes car park a little further along the road.
Dalbeattie is one of the 7stanes world-class mountain biking centres – it’s renowned for its challenging granite slabs. If you're here to explore on your bike, head to the 7stanes Dalbeattie car park. Pretty Plantain Loch is a real highlight in this quiet, easy to explore forest beside the town of…
Great for forestry walks and walking your dogs. Great place for families with their children.
“Old fashioned in which sometimes has entertainment on Sundays and other nights. ”
“Winner of CAMRA's Dumfries and Stewartry Branch Pub of the Year award every year between 2006 and 2012, the Cavens Arms is as popular and busy as this would suggest (prepare to wait for a table at peak times). A traditional pub in style, tables are packed with diners and drinkers coming for the famous fish and chips, and eight real ales on hand pump. Third pint glasses are available to allow wider tasting, and regulars have a hand in choosing which ales are put on during regular rotations. The five regular beers include Harviestoun's Bitter & Twisted and Timothy Taylor's Landlord, while three guest ales rotate every few days, and cover a low and high abv and a dark. Telephone 01387 252896”
Point of Interest
“This is a lovely little museum with friendly informative staff many are part of the Burns Society. This is the last place the poet lived before he died in 1796. Open all year round. Burns Street, Dumfries, DG1 2PS”
“An unusual museum with a old fashioned Camera Obscura which was installed in 1836.”