A great welcome. Stunning location. All you could want.
A beautiful area in this really well equipped house. It is very clean, the beds and bathrooms are great, the kitchen is well suited to prepare meals for a family. It is well suited for 6 people, because the kitchen and dining area is followed by a small living room. We walked a lot, visited 2 wonderful ...
Fast check in and really good food. Shower room was ultra clean and the bed was perfect. Breakfast was spot on with really friendly staff. Could not ask for more.
We had a very pleasant stay at Hawthorn House. Tim & Hilary were very friendly & helpful hosts. Our room was spacious & clean, and had a very comfortable bed. We had plenty of supplies for making tea & coffe, including fresh milk, and lovely shortbread biscuits. Although our room wasn’t en-suite, ...
Excellent away from it all location, right on the beach. quite roads for cycling and plenty of walking. For the bird watcher just look out of the window.
Welcoming atmosphere. Friendly staff. Liked the book-lined dining room.
You are treated like a family guest at Knockinaam lodge. Coffee and shortbread on arrival. The standard of service and food is exceptional. Very friendly staff and a real treat. Well done to all.
Part of southwest Scotland’s Rhins of Galloway peninsula, Mull of Galloway is the country’s most southerly coastal spot. Nearby to other popular Dumfries and Galloway towns, like Stranraer, the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse is a must see attraction. Hotels close by to the lighthouse can be found using the handy Expediahotel search tool.
Built by Robert Stevenson in the early 19th Century, the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse today proudly stands 26 metres high. Climb the 115 steps and, on a clear day, look out at the Isle of Arran, Cumbria and even Ireland! Guests should also keep eyes peeled for porpoises and dolphins in the surrounding waters.
Visit the Exhibition of Lighthouse History to learn all about the building’s past then stop off for a coffee and some cake at Scotland’s most southerly coffee house. The engine room is also open to have a gander in.
The Galloway coast site is a RSPB Scotland nature reserve, with rough grassland, maritime heath and lichen-covered cliffs - take along a camera or sketch pad and pencils to capture the stunning wildlife and scenery.
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