Castle Douglas Bed & Breakfast and Guest House Accommodation
Bed and Breakfast and Guest House accommodation in the Castle Douglas area of Dumfries and Galloway in south west Scotland ...
Below these B&B listings you will also find information about Castle Douglas and the nearby area.
Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Castle Douglas:
- Albion House B&B Castle Douglas
- Brookford B&B Castle Douglas -Tel: 01556 502360
- Douglas House B&B Castle Douglas
- Summerhill Bed & Breakfast Castle Douglas -Tel: 01556 502658
- Woodlea Bed & Breakfast Castle Douglas
B&Bs in the Castle Douglas area:
- Airds Farm Crossmichael
- Brookford B&B St. Johns Town of Dalry
- Craigadam B&B Kirkpatrick Durham - Tel: 01556 650233
- Cruachan House New Galloway
- Farhills B&B Auchencairn - Tel: 01556 640246
- Hazlefield House B&B Auchencairn - Tel: 01556 640597
- Isla Cottage B&B Springholm - Tel: 01556 650275
- Kirk House B&B Girthon- Tel: 01557 814547
- Meiklewood B&B Ringford - Tel: 01557 820226
- The Old Station House Bed and Breakfast Bridge of Dee
- Rangemhor B&B Springholm - Tel: 01556 650296
- The Haven B&B Bridge of Dee
About the Town of Castle Douglas and The Galloway Tourist Route
A Traditional market town, Castle Douglas is a great place for shopping, particularly for local food produce.
Castle Douglas is a planned town, founded in the late 18th Century by Sir William Douglas, a merchant who had made a fortune in Virginia and the West Indies and wished to establish a centre of commerce in his native Galloway.
Castle Douglas was laid out with three parallel streets, wide and commodious. Although Sir William’s original idea of establishing the cotton industry here was not in the long term successful, the town soon became an important market, with cattle and horse fairs. It has remained a thriving centre for the prosperous local farming area, the home of the annual Stewartry Agricultural Show and of the Dumfries and Galloway Horse Show, and one of the most modern auction marts in Scotland.
Beside the town is the beautiful Carlingwark Loch, dotted with islands, where visitors can enjoy boating and picnicking, or learn to sail.
At the far end of the loch are Threave Gardens (pictured), the teaching garden of the National Trust for Scotland, which is open to visitors all year. On the other side of the A75 road is 14th Century Threave Castle on an island in the River Dee, the great fortress of the Douglases, which can be reached by ferry. Nearby, also, is Threave Wildfowl Refuge, for this area is an important place for wintering wildfowl, where visitors may watch the birds from hides during the winter months.
The Galloway Tourist Route
The A713 runs north from Castle Douglas and is a noted Galloway Tourist Route - active people will find a great deal of enjoyment in this district. The Southern Upland Way passes through here and there are many other hill walks in rugged country which will appeal to serious walkers and those seeking easier strolls and picnics. Loch Ken has a wide range of outdoor sports available at the Galloway Sailing Centre including rowing boats, sailing dinghies and water skiing as well as fishing.
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