Glenmalloch Lodge sits in the middle of a wild glen, framed by wide views of the surrounding hills. The nearby picturesque market town of Newton Stewart is known as the gateway to the Galloway Hills.
Dumfries and Galloway is a haven for walkers with a wide choice of walks for all. Galloway Forest, about a half hour drive from Newton Stewart, is also perfect for walkers of all abilities, or for those who simply wish to enjoy this lovely area.
Climb to the battlements of Cardoness Castle for spectacular views over Fleet Bay, the Water of Fleet Viaduct and Solway Firth beyond.
Look out for events and festivals throughout the year in the surrounding area. The Wigtown Book Festival, Wickerman Festival and Snowdrop Festival are all highly recommended.
Castle Kennedy Gardens are some of the most spectacular gardens in the country, set against the backdrop of sumptuous ruins.
The town of Kirkcudbright is just under 30 miles away where you can explore the handsome 18th-century Broughton House. Entry is free with a National Art Pass, which enables its members to enjoy free entry to over 240 museums, galleries and historic houses throughout the UK as well as 50% off entry to major exhibitions.
The pass is presented by one of Landmark's partners, the Art Fund, the national fundraising charity for art, which has been supporting museums and galleries for over 110 years by helping them to buy and display great works of art for everyone to enjoy. Income raised through the National Art Pass goes straight back into their charitable programme. Find more about it at artfund.org/national-art-pass.
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