Holiday Cottages Dumfries and Galloway
About Dumfries and Galloway
From inspiring landscapes such as the Moffatt Hills or the sleepy harbour of Port Logan, it would be hard to imagine you are admidst the scenes of bloody battles, religious strife, cattle raiding and witchcraft. Up to the seventeenth century murder and mayhem were the order of the day. Now it is more of a tranquil time with beauty and colour all year round. A bird watchers paradise, The Solway is one of the most important estuaries in Britain with up to 40,000 wildfowl and 83,000 waders resident during the winter period. Discover history and heritage, Dundrennan, one of our majestic Cistercian abbeys where Mary Queen of Scots spent her last night on Scottish soil apparently wearing Sanquhar patterned gloves, which are still made by local craftpeople.