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Gatehouse of Fleet
Dumfries and Galloway


Travel Times

Scottish Central Belt

Just 2.5 hours from Edinburgh and under 2 hours from Glasgow, we are in prime position for those looking to escape the cities.

Northern England

For those coming from England, we are located just 1.5 hours from Carlisle.

By air:

Glasgow airport is approximately 2 hours away
Preswick airport is 1.40 minutes away
Manchester airport is just over 3 hours away

By boat:

Cairnryan is 1 hour away

By car:

We are located on the A75


From Dumfries, take the A75 towards Stranraer. 4 miles after you have passed Gatehouse of Fleet, you will pass a small fishing loch on your left-hand side. Take the next right turn 500 yards after the loch, you’ll see our sign on the right next to the stone wall. Follow the road for 300 metres and as it bends to the left, turn right just before the cottage on the corner. Follow the signs to the car park and to reception.

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