Glenquicken Farm

Self-catering holiday cottages in the heart of Galloway

Telephone: 01671  820593

Mobile: 07890 423120

A truly wonderful holiday experience

Forest Firebreak Galloway Forest Park

The Galloway Forest Park with Wigtown Bay in the distance

Mountain Biking 7 Stanes, Galloway, south west Scotland

7Stanes Mountain Biking. Courtesy: Forestry Commission Scotland

Children are well catered for at Glenquicken Farm holiday cottages with their own play area and the possibility of visiting all the farm animals

Children's play area at the farm

Forestry plantations, Glenquicken Hill.

Forestry plantations, Glenquicken Hill

Sunset over the Point Nets at Creetown on the River Cree

Sunset over the salmon point nets at Creetown on the River Cree

Gem Rock Museum Creetown

Gem Rock Museum, Creetown

Glenquicken Troutmasters Fishery

Glenquicken Troutmasters Fishery

Sunset over Mochrum Loch. Other places to visit locally include the Mull of Galloway, Scotland's National Book Town, Scotland's National Food Town Castle Douglas and Whithorn

Sunset, Mochrum Loch

Glenquicken Stone Circle.

Glenquicken Stone Circle

Glenamour Loch Dumfries and Galloway

Glenamour Loch, Dumfries and Galloway

Evening, Kildarroch Moor, with a glorious sunset. Galloway is a great place for photographers and wildlife enthusiasts alike.

Evening, Kildarroch Moor

The Black Loch. Galloway affords numerous opportunities to photographers, anglers, birdwatchers and families. There's something for everyone here.

Reflection in The Black Loch

Cairn with Cairnsmore of Fleet Behind.

A stone cairn with Cairnsmore of Fleet behind

Glenquicken Moor, a great place for spotting hares and numerous bird species

Glenquicken Moor near Creetown

7 Stanes Mountain Bike Trails.

7Stanes Mountain Bike Trails. Copright: Forestry Commision

The view from Glenquicken Farm's self catering holiday cottages

The view from Glenquicken Farm's self-catering holiday cottages

The main square in Creetown with sculptures by now deceased Japanese sculptor, Hideo Furuta, who lived nearby.

Adamson Square, Creetown

Glenquicken Moor, lying all around the farm

Glenquicken Moor

Newton Stewart Walking Festival is held in May every year and is a highly popular event with such stunning scenery to discover.

Copyright: Newton Stewart Walking Festival

Whaups (curlews) on Barskeoch Fell. The whaups have given their name to the local village of Whauphill.

Whaups on Barskeoch Fell