Tel No : 01988 500594 Email  : cottage@fireflyuk.net
Places to Visit The history of the south west coast stretches back 6000 years. Stone Circles, Iron Age Forts, early Christian  chapels and tower houses are to be found throughout the region and almost all are free to visit. We have a great  interest in Archaeology so can tell you about the “out of the way” places to visit.  Since 2009 Galloway has been home to the UKs 1st Dark Sky Park. If viewing the night sky interests you click on  this link to see what else we do here. Galloway Astronomy Centre.  Whatever your interests there is something for everyone in this lovely part of Scotland. Click on links below for more information: *  Isle Adventures for Wildlife Watching Birds and Seals - Isle of Whithorn     (Derek Farr 01988 500344) *  Sea Fishing - as above *  Golf (Monreith, Wigtown) *  Cycling (bikes can be hired locally) *  Walking *  Bird Watching (Wigtown for Ospreys, RSPB at Mull of Galloway) *  Early Christian History (St Ninian's Cave / Chapel) *  Archaeology (Barsalloch Fort, Drumtroddan Stones, Torhouse Stone Circle,     Whithorn Story) *  Gardens (Garlieston House, Castle Kennedy, Glenwhan) *  Books (Wigtown - Scotland's Book Town) *  Aviation (Dumfries Aircraft Museum, Wartime Airfields) *  Tank Driving / Off-Road Driving *  Monreith Animal World *  Museums (Whithorn Story, Newton Stewart, Stranraer) Other links: *  Whithorn *  Isle of Whithorn *  Port William *  Wigtown
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Updated 4th June 2017      Copyright 2016 Craiglemine Cottage B&B           All images are copyright – M Alexander unless otherwise stated
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Updated 4th June 2017   Copyright 2016 Craiglemine Cottage B&B   All images are copyright  M Alexander unless otherwise stated
Places to Visit The history of the south west coast stretches back 6000 years.  Stone Circles, Iron Age Forts, early Christian chapels and tower  houses are to be found throughout the region and almost all are  free to visit. We have a great interest in Archaeology so can tell  you about the “out of the way” places to visit. Since 2009 Galloway has been home to the UKs 1st Dark Sky Park.  If viewing the night sky interests you click on this link to see what  else we do here. Galloway Astronomy Centre.  Whatever your interests there is something for everyone in this lovely part of Scotland. Click on links below for more information: *  Isle Adventures for Wildlife Watching Birds and Seals -     Isle of Whithorn (Derek Farr 01988 500344) *  Sea Fishing - as above *  Golf (Monreith, Wigtown) *  Cycling (bikes can be hired locally) *  Walking *  Bird Watching (Wigtown for Ospreys, RSPB at Mull of Galloway) *  Early Christian History (St Ninian's Cave / Chapel) *  Archaeology (Barsalloch Fort, Drumtroddan Stones,     Torhouse Stone Circle, Whithorn Story) *  Gardens (Garlieston House, Castle Kennedy, Glenwhan) *  Books (Wigtown - Scotland's Book Town) *  Aviation (Dumfries Aircraft Museum, Wartime Airfields) *  Tank Driving / Off-Road Driving *  Monreith Animal World *  Museums (Whithorn Story, Newton Stewart, Stranraer) Other links: *  Whithorn *  Isle of Whithorn *  Port William *  Wigtown
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Updated 4th June 2017     Copyright 2016 Craiglemine Cottage B&B      All images are copyright – M Alexander unless otherwise stated
Tel No : 01988 500594 Email  : cottage@fireflyuk.net
Places to Visit The history of the south west coast stretches back 6000 years. Stone Circles, Iron Age  Forts, early Christian chapels and tower houses are to be found throughout the region and almost all are free to visit. We have a great interest in Archaeology so can tell you about  the “out of the way” places to visit. Since 2009 Galloway has been home to the UKs 1st Dark Sky Park. If viewing the night sky interests you click on this link to see what else we do here. Galloway Astronomy Centre. Whatever your interests there is something for everyone in this lovely part of Scotland. Click on links below for more information: *  Isle Adventures for Wildlife Watching Birds and Seals - Isle of Whithorn     (Derek Farr 01988 500344) *  Sea Fishing - as above *  Golf (Monreith, Wigtown) *  Cycling (bikes can be hired locally) *  Walking *  Bird Watching (Wigtown for Ospreys, RSPB at Mull of Galloway) *  Early Christian History (St Ninian's Cave / Chapel) *  Archaeology (Barsalloch Fort, Drumtroddan Stones, Torhouse Stone Circle,     Whithorn Story) *  Gardens (Garlieston House, Castle Kennedy, Glenwhan) *  Books (Wigtown - Scotland's Book Town) *  Aviation (Dumfries Aircraft Museum, Wartime Airfields) *  Tank Driving / Off-Road Driving *  Monreith Animal World *  Museums (Whithorn Story, Newton Stewart, Stranraer) Other links: *  Whithorn *  Isle of Whithorn *  Port William *  Wigtown
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