The Machars peninsula lies within the Galloway and Southern Ayreshire Biosphere, and boasts rolling green hills, forest and woodland and 40 miles (64 km) of varied coastline; mud-flats and salt marshes near Wigtown (don’t miss RSPB reserves at Wigtown Harbour and Crook of Baldoon), sandy beaches at Garlieston, Rigg Bay (where the WWII Mulberry Harbours were developed in 1943), St Medan’s (spectacular setting for a golf course!) and Monreith (home of the author Gavin Maxwell; look for the memorial to him at St Medan’s), dramatic cliffs (discover the ruins of Cruggleton Castle, St Ninian’s Cave, and Burrow Head where much of the cult classic The Wicker Man was filmed), and harbours at Isle of Whithorn, Garlieston and Port William.
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There are three rooms available for
bed and breakfast. Two double rooms are located on the first floor, and a twin
room is on the ground floor. We offer a reduced tariff for single occupancy of
a room. One of the double rooms can be arranged to accommodate an additional single bed for
families of three.
We are pet friendly and reserve our room on the ground floor for guests
with a canine companion.