Built in 1885, the detached Victorian red-sandstone property has been beautifully restored with the utmost respect for its original features. Seamlessly blending the old with the new, each of the super-stylish bedrooms is fully equipped with walk-in showers, a flat screen TV and tea and coffee facilities. After a good night's sleep, set yourself up for the day with a traditional home cooked Scottish or continental breakfast. Nearby, there is a good choice of hotels, pubs and restaurants for lunch or an evening meal.
Nearby there are many fantastic attractions, including the beautiful Castle Kennedy Gardens and Logan Botanic Gardens, the Stranraer Museum, the historic Castle of St John and the RSPB Mull of Galloway, located at the southern most point of the Rhinns of Galloway, near Drummore. The area also offers fist-class cycling and walking routes with Scotland's longest and most challenging walking route, the Southern Upland Way, starting in the region.