Unwind in our Dumfries & Galloway holiday cottages

Garlieston and Isle of Whithorn self-catering holiday cottages in glorious Galloway — a beautiful and unspoilt part of south west Scotland. Our well-appointed, dog-friendly cottages are close to beaches, the Galloway Hills, Galloway Forest mountain biking, the UK’s first Dark Sky Park and Wigtown Booktown.

We like it so much, we live here too! No booking fees and we’re at the end of the phone to ensure that you have everything you need when you stay with us. All properties have free WiFi and family cottages offer a games room or games barn with table tennis. Dogs welcome (see individual cottage for more details).

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Pavilion Cottage, Garlieston
Three bedrooms (sleeps 4)

A charming holiday cottage in a world of its own, located in the walled garden of Galloway House Estate and close to the conservation village of Garlieston. Pavilion Cottage has its own enclosed large garden area and is a stone’s throw from the majestic arboretum of Galloway House Gardens and the sea. The cottage has an open air, heated swimming pool more …

Park Cottage, Garlieston
Five bedrooms (sleeps 9+1)

This magnificent Grade II listed rectory has been carefully restored to preserve its original features. Standing amid 21 acres of organic pasture and mature plants, the house overlooks the sheltered Galloway coast more …

Marl House, Isle of Whithorn
Eight bedrooms (sleeps up to 22)

A spacious holiday house with eight bedrooms sleeping up to 22. Well-equipped for gatherings of friends and family, and only a mile from a secluded pebble beach and St Ninian’s Cave, Marl House is perfect for all ages more …

Escape to Galloway

Self Catering Holiday Cottages in Dumfries and Galloway

Garlieston Location

Wigtown (Scotland’s Book Town) 8 miles; Newton Stewart 14 miles; Whithorn 5 miles.

Garlieston is a small, quiet coastal village on the Scottish Solway. It is on the east side of the Machars Peninsula overlooking Wigtown Bay. The village still boasts a working harbour, which is home to inshore, creel fishing boats. There is a public slipway for leisure sailors and anglers. Garlieston was chosen for the testing and development of the WWII Mulberry harbours used during the D-Day Landings. Galloway House Gardens, laid out in the late 18th century, are a short distance from village and the quiet beach at Rigg Bay is a short walk from gardens. There is a an excellent coastal walk to Cruggleton Castle (3mi), which can be continued to the Isle of Whithorn. Garlieston is handily placed for trips to Wigtown, Scotland’s National Book Town and Whithorn, the cradle of Christianity in Scotland.

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Rigg Bay at dusk