East Muntloch Croft Bed & Breakfast
Bed and Breakfast at the most southerly part of Scotland, Mull of Galloway.
Spectacular views from B & B to the Mull of Galloway, Isle of Man and to the sea an beyond. Peaceful setting but loads to do in the area.
Excellent beaches and beautiful gardens all within easy reach. Horse riding. Excellent shop and post office in village, voluntary tourist information centre, church, doctors, garage (the garage only sells diesel now not petrol) the nearest town for petrol would be 15 miles from Drummore in Stranraer.
I have been doing Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast and Holiday Cottage for the last 3 years, now sold farm and built bungalow on our land but now able to see the fantastic view without having to walk to the top of our farmland.
I have 2 beautiful bedrooms. One en-suite with shower, family room/sitting room, TV, radio, tea and coffee making facilities and one twin ensuite bedroom. There is ample parking space.
There is a lot of excellent eating places in this area. Plenty to do for all the family, young and old, you will not be disappointed. You can take a day trip to Ireland from Stranraer on the beautiful craft - HSS or a trip to Ireland with excursions by coach . This is also a great area for fishing, sea fishing etc., and golf.
The television series '2000 Acres of Sky' with Michelle Collins was produced in our area, Drummore, Port Logan and Portpatrick.
Do not mind smoking but will have to be outside.
Local menus available in B & B.
There is a local bus run from Drummore to Stranraer every day. There is a play park in Drummore for the children. Horse riding close by can be arranged. You can visit Port Logan fish pond and feed the fish or visit Logan Botanic Gardens, Ardwell Gardens, Ardwell House and many more. Excellent grass turfed coffee/restaurant house at the Mull of Galloway, all home baking. Bird Centre and lighthouse to climb on certain days.
||East Muntloch Croft
Mull of Galloway
||01776 840 264
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