Craigmount Guest House
Fountainblue Terrace,
Wigtown, DG8 9EQ
Telephone : 01988 402178

E-mail Address: mail@craigmount.info


Guest House, Wigtown, Scotland

Galloway is a wonderful location for walking and whether you enjoy the challenge of our true hill walking experiences or discovering our beautiful countryside and rugged coastline, there is sure to be something for everyone. The Newton Stewart Walking festival is more than a walk in the hills, along the coast or amongst wonderful woodlands – they aim to provide you with a unique and complete WalkFest experience.

http://walkfestnewtonstewart.com/

The Guest House

Craigmount Guest House is a Class C listed building.  Built in the early 19th century, Historic Environment Scotland's statement of listing cites "Craigmount makes a dignified…

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Activities

Fishing: Sea, Game and Course Golfing: Over ten 9 & 18 hole courses within a 20 mile radius Shooting: Game, Wildfowl and deer Stalking Cycling:…

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Galleries

The Machars, Wigtownshire and The Rhins provide a rich source of places to visit and hidden little gems that may not be in your guide…

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Around Wigtown

Craigmount Guest House provides an ideal base for exploring not only the many bookshops of Wigtown, but also a wide range of sites, experiences and activities around the Machars and Wigtownshire.  With a variety of cafés, restaurants and public houses, there will always be something to tempt your palete. History abounds in Wigtown with the story of the Martyrs, the birthplace Christianity in Britain, Standing Stones and Castles a plenty.  You can while away a day in one of the many gardens and estates, sample a dram from the most Southerly Scottish Distillery, take the Real Ale trail or for the…

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Events

13

Jul

Wigtown Food Festival

Visit Wigtown on the third…

21

Sep

Book Festival 2018

The 20th Year of the…

Highlights

Spring Fling 26-28 May

About Spring Fling Spring Fling is a vibrant visual art and craft open studios event covering the length and breadth of Dumfries and Galloway in…

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