Rowan Cottage - New Galloway
Self Catering – sleeps up to 6
A relaxing holiday cottage in New Galloway
Rowan Cottage was created from a barn, stable and byre in 1998.
Direct bookings telephone: 07503 958 710
Inside it is light and airy with simple white walls decorated with tasteful prints and original paintings and has natural pine doors and fittings.
The accommodation for six persons consists of an entrance porch with dual access to the spacious lounge/diner and to the well-appointed kitchen. The kitchen has good cooking facilities, a clothes washer/dryer, and a small breakfast bar.
A hallway leads to the master double bedroom and main toilet/shower room.
Upstairs there are two spacious twin bedrooms and a WC cloakroom.
The cottage benefits from oil fired central heating. The boiler house provides secure storage for bikes etc., plus a bait fridge/freezer.
A private lane leads to a turning area and ample private parking.
It has a mature and secluded woodland style garden bounded by a burn (stream). A bridge leads to a public footpath and a lovely meadows walk to the River Ken and to the Ken Bridge Hotel (1 mile).
Even though the cottage is situated in the village it gives a sense of seclusion and privacy.
The self-catering cottage is just 70 yards from the village community shop. The village also boasts a lovely cafe and the Catstrand community arts centre which provides regular entertainment and activities plus WIFI facilities.
We do accept well-behaved dogs in Rowan Cottage (£25 per dog). We do ask that they are kept off the furniture and beds.
Please note that it is a non-smoking cottage
Explore the area while staying at Rowan Cottage
Loch Ken for fishing, water skiing and sailing.
The Red Kite Trail and Bellymack feeding station. The Red Kites are fed every day at 2pm with the spectacular view of 100 Kites wheeling above the viewing platform.
Galloway Forest Park and Raiders Road Forest Drive – Hundreds of square miles of easily accessible and spectacularly beautiful forest park.
Dark Skies Park including the Scottish Observatory and Clatteringshaws visitor centre for Dark Skies activities.
The 7stanes mountain biking network – 5 of the world-renowned 7stanes mountain bike trails within 20 miles. Ae, Mabie, Glentrool, Kirroughtree and Dalbeattie.
New Galloway Golf Club – A superb 9 hole Golf Course where visitors are most welcome is Just 200 yards away
Clay Pigeon Shooting at the world-class forest estate shooting centre.
Red Deer range where you can feed the deer and 2 miles further to the wild goat park.
Osprey – There is an Osprey viewing platform at Threave Castle but Osprey can be freely seen from May to September on Loch Ken, Lochdoon, and Clatteringshaws reservoir.
Road cycling on the beautifully quiet Galloway roads.
Castle Douglas – 14 miles (named as the Dumfries & Galloway food town) a thriving market town with supermarkets, banking and individual shops.
Kirkcudbright – 18 miles (known as the Artists Town) A beautiful harbour town with Art Galleries and craft workshops.
The ruins of Kenmure Castle can be found 500 yards from the village. Fans of Outlander may be interested to know that the male star of the show Sam Heughan spent his early childhood living beside the castle and is quoted as having played in the ruins.
Cream ‘o’ Galloway – Ice cream, woodland walks, indoor and outdoor play areas
The Cocoabean Company – Where parents can sit enjoying a quiet cuppa whilst the children create their own chocolate sweeties and figures.
The David Coulthard Museum – Where you can find F1 racing memorabilia and even some of his cars. Plus Scotlands only full-scale Formula 1 simulator.
Mabie Farm Park
Dalscone Farm Fun
Dumfries – 28 miles
Ayr – 37 miles
Glasgow -75 miles
Edinburgh – 88 miles
“ 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.”
"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."
"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!"
"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."