Golf - Fishing - Cycling - Walking - Shooting - Local Attractions

Scotland's southwest has something special for all its visitors, so why not come along, relax and unwind amidst the mountainous lanscape, The moorlands and scenic coastline.

Drumlanrig Castle, Gardens & Country Park, home of the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry set in the heart of the beautiful Nithsdale Landscape less than four miles North of the village offering you an action packed dayout. Adventure playground, craft centre, cycle museum, woodland walks & cycle trails, bikes for hire. The house offers a superb range of art, funiture, tapestries and a wealth of history.

Morton Castle, lies three miles North of Thornhill, majestically siuated on a promontary overlooking Morton Loch fine late 13th century hall house. A strong hold of the black douglases.

Wanlockhead, Explore the past, Scotlands highest village sitting over 1500 feet up in the dramatic scenery of the Lowther hills. At the museum of Lead Mining visitors can explore the rich culture and heritage of Wanlockhead and its people.

The Burns Heritage Trail - Robert Burns is recognised as one of the most popular and respected poets in the world. This circular trail takes you through some of the most beautiful landscapes in Scotland, the route takes you on a journey through burns life, taking in his birthplace in Alloway to his grave in Dumfries.



Drumlanrig Castle
Thornhill Golf Club
Southerness Golf Club
Moffat Golf Club
The County Golf Club
Dumfries and Galloway Golf club
Lochmaben Golf
Wanlockhead Lead Mines Museum
Newark Farm

A misty November morning











Golf - Fishing - Cycling - Walking - Shooting - Local Attractions