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  • Bird watching in south west Scotland
    and low scrub Black Guillemot Shag Fulmar Peregrine Raven Twite Garlieston and Gruggleton Bays rocky shore and broad leaved woodland Oystercatcher Turnstone Redshank occasional Greenshank Black Guillemot and Shag on Gruggleton Cliffs Wigtown Bay LNR Saltmarsh mudflats and sandflats Freshwater wetland The largest LNR in Britain with the largest area of saltmarch and mudflats on the Outer Solway SSSI Candidate SPA and Ramsar Site Internationally important for wintering of Pink footed Geese and nationally important for Pintail Whooper Swan and Curlew Breeding waders ducks and terns A visit to Wigtown County Buildings Camera Room will let you view the recently returned Ospreys and their chicks This is the first pair of Ospreys in Galloway for over 100 years Slightly further away but still worth the visit are Wood of Cree In spring the wood is alive with birdsong as the resident birds are joined by Redstarts Pied Flycatchers and Garden Warblers from Africa Mull of Galloway The most southerly point in Scotland The cliffs are home to thousands of breeding seabirds including Guillemots Razorbills and a few Puffins Best time for nesting seabirds April to July Ken Dee Marshes Both wetland and woodland attracting winter wildfowl including Greenland white fronted

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  • Walking and hiking in south west Scotland
    sensible non slip footwear Loch Trool Forest Trail 5 5 miles round the loch trail in Galloway Forest Park circular lochside and forest walk Hard surface paths and tracks graded as strenuous rough and muddy in places takes approximately 3 to 4 hours Visit the Forestry Commission web site to find out more about the Galloway Forest Park Garlieston To Isle of Whithorn 8 miles from the old pier at

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  • Cycling and Mountain Biking in south west Scotland
    arrange to come and collect you especially good if the weather looks like changing However if you are looking for exhilarating action try one of the off road trails or mountain bike centres Glentrool huge rolling hills breath taking scenery and awe inspiring views make this a big day in the saddle Over 45km mostly on fire road and hill track the Glentrool trail was opened in late 2004 and

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  • Galloways Open and Botanic Gardens
    with spectacular views over Luce Bay Threave Garden is best known for its spectacular springtime display of daffodils colourful herbaceous beds and striking heather garden Galloway House Garden with walks along the shores of the Solway was created in 1740 and is currently being restored Ardwell House Gardens offers a fine collection of colourful azaleas camellias and some spectacular rhododendrons combine to provide a haven of tranquillity centred on a

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  • Days out and places to visit in south west Scotland
    Creetown Gemrock Museum houses one of the finest privately owned collections of gemstones crystals minerals gemstone objects d art and fossils in Britain Wigtown Off Road Driving Centre You don t need to own a 4 wheel drive vehicle to discover the challenge and excitement of Off Road Driving They have Land Rover Discoveries available for the drive of your life Visit the Wigtown Off Road Driving Centre web site to find out more Whithorn the Cradle of Christianity in Scotland New displays use models and fascinating objects revealed by archaeology to tell the story of the town church and pilgrimage centre at Whithorn and the home of Ninian Scotland s first saint Visit the Whithorn web site to find out more about Whithorn Bladnoch Distillery Our local tipple Old distillery dating back to 1817 Tour the distillery and see the wooden washbacks and vast gleaming copper stills where once again whisky is being made Visit the Bladnoch Distillery web site to find out more Cream O Galloway Visitor Centre Fantastic for Children and all ice cream lovers As well as learning how they make the ice cream and obviously eating some there are nature trails adventure playground with 3D

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  • Golf and Golfing in south west Scotland
    hearted this hilly 9 hole course is a favourite being within site of an inviting beach so that non golfers in the family can have their fun too The course nestles in Monreith Bay Warmed by the Gulf stream with unparalleled views of Luce Bay Scares Rocks now Bird Sanctuaries Mull of Galloway Isle of Man and on a very clear day the Mountains of Mourne Links Yardage 2227 Holes 9 SSS 63 Newton Stewart Golf Club Nestled in the heart of the Galloway Hills Newton Stewart offers spectacular scenery to complement the challenging mature parkland course Measuring 5903 yards par 69 each hole is unique in its own right with excellent greens with subtle borrows Water comes into play over two of the holes with patches of gorse which will catch out wild shots Hill Parkland Yardage 5970 Holes 18 SSS 69 Wigtownshire County Golf Club Glenluce The County Golf Club is the only true links course in South West Scotland It is situated off the A75 Euroroute 8 miles east of Stranraer on the shores of the scenic Luce Bay with the Isle of Man visible on a clear day Links Yardage 5847 Holes 18 SSS 68 Portpatrick

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  • Port William by Newton Stewart, Dumfries and Galloway Scotland
    for contacting Monreith Arms We will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible we look forward to welcoming you welcome accommodation bars dining functions local activities location enquiries Monreith Arms Hotel 3 The Square Port William Newton

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