Newark Farm Bed & Breakfast
Here at Newark Farm we offer quality accommodation and a wide range of facilities and are an awarded certificated location that has been first in Scotland for three years.
We offer three different types of accommodation, B&B in our Farmhouse self catering in our fully furnished modern Mobile Home and an award winning Certified Location for caravaners.
Whether you want to go fishing walking or simply enjoy the view Newark Farm is the ideal location.
Visitors are welcome to see the indoor lambing taking place from January to April staying in the B&B farmhouse.
This beautiful part of Scotland is great walking country with Scotland's coast to coast footpath of 212 miles from Portpatrick - Cockburnpath passing nearby. There are many other less ambitious walk in the area and we have leaflets available.
There is also exciting wild life to see, and this part of Scotland is a prefect area for artists both professional and amateur alike.
Dumfries and Galloway is also famous for its fishing facilities and Salmon and Trout fishing can be arranged on the nearby River Nith.
Wanlockhead is situated on the Southern Upland way and houses the famous Lead Museum, gold panning, and the highest shop in Scotland.
Drumlanrig Castle with gardens and adventure playground.
Dumfries town which is the resting place of Robert Burns.
Thornhill 12 miles Dumfries 26 miles Ayr -40 miles
Edinburgh 60 miles Glasgow - 45 miles
Newark Farm is a traditional family run working beef and sheep farm in the beautiful Sourthern Uplands with magnificent views of the River Nith Valley.
Bed & Breakfast in characteristic spacious centrally heated en suite rooms is available we have 2 bedrooms and both could be available as family rooms for 4 people. The rooms are furnished to a very high standard with TV and tea making facilities.
A downstairs bedroom with en-suite suitable for wheel chair users is available.
Evening meal available on request - soup, sandwiches and a pudding.
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This page was last updated: 06 July 2010