A day out at the Mull of Galloway
When visiting the Rhins of Galloway a day out at Scotland’s most southerly point is highly recommended. At the Mull of Galloway there is a Lighthouse you can climb (April to October), a fascinating Lighthouse Exhibition, nature reserve managed by RSPB and a visitor centre and a fabulous coffee house.
Amazing views and an abundance of Wildlife
The views from the Mull of Galloway are simply amazing! On a clear day you can see views of Scotland, Cumbria, Ireland and the Isle of Man. A climb up to the top of the Lighthouse, all 115 steps, rewards you with an amazing panorama with sea and sky as far as the eye can see. It’s a truly magical place to visit. Look out for gannets diving, porpoises, seals and lots of sea birds.
Your holiday at Kirklauchline Cottage
Whilst on holiday at Kirklauchline Cottage not only can you visit Scotland’s most southerly point and climb an operational Lighthouse you can also visit many other wonderful places too. We have six Galloway gardens to visit all unique and with tropical plants and palms that thrive in this area. There’s so many beaches to explore and the coastal walk from Kirklauchline to Portpatrick is spectacular. The village of Portpatrick is only 3.5 miles away from Kirklauchline Cottage and is a charming village where you can enjoy walks, views, watch the RNLI Lifeboat on exercise and visit the gift shops, hotels and our favourite Campbell’s restaurant.
Book your 2015 holiday at Kirklauchline Cottage and visit Scotland’s most exotic garden and Scotland’s most southerly point, you won’t be disappointed. Read our guests comments for their recommendations. Contact us by or you can call or text on 07824 770968 to book your next holiday.