Visitors to Argrennan are spoilt for choice when it comes to a wide range of pursuits. Argrennan is in close proximity to a plethora of picturesque and welcoming market towns, outdoor activity centres, areas of historical interest and natural architecture.

Castle Douglas 'the Food Town'

Despite its rural location and overwhelming sense of freedom and privacy, Argrennan is only a short drive away from a handful of historic and picturesque Scottish market towns. Castle Douglas is a famous local 'food town' and plays host to a plethora of privately-owned, unique shops...

Threave Castle

A formidable presence, and enticing history...A five minute drive south takes one to to Threave Castle a dramatic castle and perfect spot for a picnic...On an island in the River Dee, accessible only by boat stands Threave Castle, a massive 14th century tower built by Archibald the Grim, Lord of Galloway.


A warm welcome is guaranteed to greet you in the town of hard granite and warm hearts...

Nestling in the valley of the river Urr is Dalbeattie, a popular shopping destination for the visitors of the Colvend Coast.


Now part of Dumfries and Galloway, Kirkcudbright (pronounced Kirkoobrie) lies between Dumfries-shire and Wigtownshire on the Solway Coast with magnificent views overlooking Cumbria and the Lake District in the distance, over the Solway Firth.