Gardens in Dumfries and Galloway

Blessed by the balmy breeze of the Gulf Stream which gives Dumfries & Galloway its surprising warm weather, the gardens of the region are some of Scotlands best. From the palm-fringed west coast to tropical gardens, formal gardens, hidden gardens and specialist nurseries tending rare and unusual plants. Visit a few of these and you’ll find Dumfries & Galloway a very colourful place at any time of year, inspiring you with ideas, advice, and specimens to take back to your own floral refuge.

Threave Gardens is one mile west of Castle Douglas and its displays of daffodils, herbaceous beds, trees, heather garden, and Plant Centre are an all-year-round attraction. Threave House offers an insight into life in the 1930s. Threave Estate is a wildfowl refuge with walks, nature trails and a countryside centre.

Logan Botanic Garden, Port Logan, is 14 miles south of Stranraer. A fabulous array of bizarre and beautiful plants that flourish out of doors in Scotlands most exotic garden. There is a shop, café, self-guided tours, and Discovery Centre.

Logan House Garden, Port Logan is 14 miles south of Stranraer. Set in 20 acres, Logan House and its surrounding grounds and gardens form a perfect beauty spot. First created in 1869 there are many fine species of trees and shrubs.

There are many more public gardens in the surrounding area, and there are also many private gardens that open their doors to share their special places with visitors once a year. To find out more visit www.visitdumfriesandgalloway.co.uk.

Explore the area while staying at The Ken Bridge or Rowan Cottage

The Ken Bridge Hotel and Rowan Cottage are ideally situated enabling you to explore the whole of Dumfries and Galloway.

Dumfries and Galloway has so much to offer from Castles and Historic attractions to numerous outdoor activities. Here are just a few to help you choose when planning your holiday.

Castles and Historic Attractions

Dumfries & Galloway

 

Gardens in Dumfries and Galloway

Blessed by beautiful gardens.

 

Museums & Visitor Centres

In Dumfries & Galloway

 

Outlander and
Sam Heughan

Sam's Homeland

 

Walking

In Dumfries & Galloway

 

Bird Watching

in Dumfries & Galloway

 

Cycling

Dumfries & Galloway is great for cycling

 

Golf

Golf in Dumfries & Galloway

 

Fishing

Fishing near The Ken Bridge

 

Horse riding

In Dumfries & Galloway

 

Outdoor Activities

Outdoor Activities not too far from the Ken Bridge Hotel

 

Shooting

Shooting, Stalking & Clay Pigeon in Dumfries & Galloway

 

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“ Really enjoyed our meal. Proper pub food was just what we needed and this didn't disappoint. The staff went out of their way to open doors and get a highchair for our little one. The place was clean and reasonably priced.”


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"Everything was really good from the staff, facilities, atmosphere & mostly the good. The children's ice cream with miniature smarties, wafer & chocolate sauce went down a treat with our daughter.
Definitely will return in the future if over in that direction."


David Harkness

"Stopped by on the off chance of food and were blown away! We are lactose intolerant and the menu was very easy to navigate for all allergies, the owners even went the extra mile to make sure we had a desert,
not something we are used to!"


Ben Jones

"Had a Sunday roast there today, it was first class and would recommend, welcome and service was really good and coffee by the river (about ten yards from the restaurant) was so peaceful and beautiful."

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