Business Directory

43 Laigh Isle

Light and airy chalet in a quiet coastal backwater at The Isle of Whithorn, sleeping up to three adults in two bedrooms.

A perfect base for exploring the stunning scenery of the Machars peninsula and beyond, or simply relaxing in this lovely harbour village.

Marjory Wareing
01988 500633

For all Planning permission and Building Warrant applications. Domestic, Commercial, Industrial, and Agricultural. Changes of use, new build and extensions. Preparation of Deeds Plans, drainage and topographical surveys and SAP calculations.

Adrian Paterson
01988 700 271
South Street
Port William

Fuel, repairs, car sales and car wash.

Opening hours : Port William Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.30pm; Saturday, 8.30am to 4pm.

Bladnoch, Monday to Saturday, 8.30am to 6pm and Sunday 10am to 4pm Self service on an outside terminal. This only accepts cards (no cash).

Julia Purves
01988 700 277 / 01988 402 262
16, Boyach Crescent
Isle of Whithorn.

All electrical maintenance and repairs.

Alan McGhie
Tonderghie Road
Isle of Whithorn.

Holiday homes and lodges for sale or hire. Tents and tourers welcome.

Facilities include bars, cafe, shop, amusement arcade, swim spa and outdoor heated pool.

Stuart Fairclough
01988 500 252
Castlewigg Caravan Holiday  Park

Small quiet park surronded by unspoilt countryside. Ideal base for walking, cycling, birdwatching.

Pets welcome.

Accepts tourers, tents and motorcaravans, and sells static holiday homes. Offers peace and quiet !

Keith Surtees
01988 500 616
07840 983134
Castlewigg Lodge
Castlewigg Lodge,

Set in within its own grounds, located between Sorbie & Whithorn on the A746 in a quiet rural location with ample parking, large garden and games room with full size pool table and dart board. We have a family room to sleep up to three, and a double room on the first floor, and a twin room on the ground floor. All rooms are en-suite with showers above bath in two of the rooms and a shower cubicle in the twin. Free WiFi. Tariff includes breakfast: family room £80, double room £70 and twin room £65 (single occupancy £35)

Anne Brown
01988 500294
Central Cafe
17, George Street
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Takeaway and dine-in; Fish and Chips, Pizza. Large selection of confectionery and home-made icecream.

Open 9am to 8pm. Closed Wednesday. Sunday opening 12-8pm.

Paul and Liz Soriani
01988 500 210
Chapel Outon Farmhouse B&B
Chapel Outon,

Dog friendly Bed and Breakfast. Double, twin and family rooms en-suite or private facilities.

Evening meals and packed lunches available.

Kath and Tim Annison
01988 500136
07721 34878

Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday 2-5pm, April to September, or by appointment. Mail orders taken.

£3pp, £22 for parties of 10 or over. Orders over £50 can be sent, P&P extra.

Take A714 south from Whithorn 2 m, turn left at Glasserton War Memorial, then first right marked "Claymoddie", after 600 yards, car park is on left.

01988 500 422
Cults Cottage Holidays
Cults Cottage,

Welcome to Cults Cottage, pet friendly self-catering holiday accommodation for 4 - Now with FREE Wi-Fi

Cults Cottage (Cults being an old Scots word for 'wooded area' - although there are no trees now!) is a lovingly restored, two bedroomed, semi-detached country cottage. Set in a lovely rural location in the Machars peninsula of Dumfries and Galloway, south west Scotland; it is a popular pick for those who love a relaxing country environment. Renovations having just been completed at the start of 2012, it provides holiday-makers with fresh, modern and comfortable accommodation.

This delightful self-catering holiday cottage is situated two miles from Whithorn, the Cradle of Christianity in Scotland. Nearby Garlieston offers sandy beaches and opportunities for sailing and fishing. Wigtown, Scotland's Book town is only seven miles to the north. Cults Cottage is an ideal base for walking, cycling, golfing and birdwatching. If, however, you are only seeking a quiet cosy hideaway, Cults is the perfect location in which to relax on holiday.

The cottage enjoys panoramic views of open countryside and the Galloway Hills. It is within easy reach of the market town of Newton Stewart, and the ferry port of Cairnryan.

Sleeps 4
Double Bedroom with en suite
Twin Bedroom on ground floor
Kitchen - includes dishwasher
Sitting Room with wood-burning stove
Bathroom and Shower
Conservatory / Dining
Enclosed garden with herbs and vegetables
TV, DVD, Games and Books
Off-road parking
Well-behaved Dogs allowed

Kirsty Currie
01988 500 267
1, Boyach Terrace
Isle of Whithorn.

Painting and decorating : all work undertaken.

Derek Kiltie
01988 500 862
07751 060 956
36 , Arthur Street
Newton Stewart.
07763 245 091

Mobile hairdressing, done in your own home.

Lynda Pemberton
01988 840 318
07763 245 091
Dowling Stove Design
Unit 3, Bladnoch Bridge Estate

Design and manufacture of woodburning stoves. As well as our own completely original designs, we offer the only genuinely custom-built service in the UK .

Steve Dowling
01988 402 666
Drumfad Holiday Homes
Drumfad Holiday Homes,
Port William.

Drumfad Holiday Homes near the picturesque harbour village of Port William offers two 4 Star self catering holiday cottages and is a perfect base for you to explore Dumfries & Galloway.

Both Drumfad Cottage and Barn are spacious and are provided with everything you need to make your stay as relaxing and enjoyable as possible. Both cottages have separate enclosed gardens and are pet friendly. An ideal base for walking, fishing, golf, bird watching, cycling or just recharging your batteries! Both Drumfad Cottage and The Barn have been fully refurbished to provide spacious and well-equipped accommodation to a luxury standard. They can be let separately or together and can sleep upto 6 people each, making them ideal for couples, families or groups.

An important feature of the refurbishment was the installation of a ground source heat pump, giving guests at Drumfad the benefit of 24-hour underfloor heating and hot water in an environmentally sustainable way.
We are pet friendly. Ideal location for walking, fishing, golfing, bird watching, cycling (7stanes) or simply relaxing. Approx 3 miles from the beach.

Emily Gaw
01988 700 545
07759 807140
Low Dinduff Farm,
Iain Ball
01776 853 671
07881 910 527
Electrical Services Plus
5, The Park

All Electrical work undertaken, inspection / testing. 24 hour service. In service testing ( PAT).

NICEIC Approved Contractor Scottish Building Standards Approved Certifier

Kenneth McCreadie
01988 500 313
07843 094 344
70, George Street

Retail sales of donated items and merchandise for St Ninian's Priory Church funds. Opening hours : Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10am - 4pm

Jeanette Duncanson / Kirsty Currie
01988 500911/ 01988 500267
Fourlands Bed and Breakfast

Rural B&B with two bedrooms surrounded by rolling countryside and extensive grounds

Muriel Duncan
01988 840 236

Speciality cheese shop, selling organic ewes' cows' and also goats' cheeses, all made on the farm. Other foods, and craft items also available.

Helen or Alan Brown
01988 850 224
07810 162 897
69 , George St

Family run grocery business. Wide selection of groceries, fresh fruit and vegetables. Local produce.

Agents for Calor Gas; logs, kindling and peat.

Delivery service available on request.

Open Sunday mornings.

Forsyth Galloway
01988 500 357
Galloway Nature and Heritage Trust
Newton Stewart

Conserving barn owls in Bonnie Galloway. Contact us for advice about nesting boxes and habitat management

Jack Orchel
07554 146 383
Creeside Industrial Estate,
Newton Stewart

Design, manufacture and installation, all types of signage. Site visits.

Gordon Christison
07774 319 700
11, High Street

All types of garden work undertaken : grass and hedge cutting, fencing, shed building, patios, driveways and general upkeep. Interior and exterior painting, power washing, gutter cleaning, light removals. Free quotations given.

Gary Flannighan
01988 500 138
07743 298 032
The Poet's House, 76, George Street

Unique hand knitted hats, mitts, scarves. The home of the world famous Beltie Beanie! All designed and hand crafted in South West Scotland.

To become a stockist please call 01988 501011 or visit

Fran Raw
01988 501 011
Harbour House
Harbour House, Harbour Row, Isle of Whithorn, Dumfries and Galloway,
A delightful terraced house, set on the harbour side, ideally located in the heart of the Isle of Whithorn fishing village in Dumfries and Galloway. Providing quality holiday accommodation in South West Scotland, this is a wonderful location for families or friends looking for a quiet coastal break and a chance to explore one of the most unspoilt parts of the country.

A delightful terraced house , set on the harbour side is ideally located in the heart of the Isle of Whithorn fishing village in Dumfries and Galloway. Providing quality holiday accommodation in South West Scotland, this is a wonderful location for families or friends looking for a quiet coastal break and a chance to explore one of the most unspoilt parts of the country.

The house has three bedrooms across the ground and first floor, with two upper bay windows giving stunning views across the harbour. It can accommodate up to six people. The sitting room at this Isle of Whithorn self-catering holiday home looks out over the working harbour, while the kitchen and dining area face the private rear garden.

From the patio area, steps take you up to the raised garden terraces with views across to the Lake District. Its an ideal place to relax and unwind with a drink or to eat al fresco. The local hotel & restaurant is just yards away along the harbour where the flurry of the daily catch being loaded onto the dockside, is sure to seize your attention. This Isle of Whithorn house captures the essence of a traditional seaside atmosphere in a beautiful, historic area.

Enjoy walking, cycling and kayaking along the attractive coastline, take a fishing trip or try one of the many golf courses that can be found within a short drive. A superb Isle of Whithorn house offering something for everyone. An ideal base for the Wigtown Book Festival events.

Hilary & Barry Harkness
01988 500258
07892 711384
Riverside Cottage,
Baldoon Mains.

Offers professional footcare and massage in the comfort of your own home.

Hazel Morris
01988 402 942
15 , Main Street

Rest rooms, monumental masonry, pre-paid funeral plans. Member of S.A.I.F. and N.A.F.D. Complete 24-hour funeral service.

Ian Broll
01988 700 514 / 01671 404 408
07850 705 200
15 , Main Street

All general joinerwork, carried out by time-served tradesman. Fitted kitchens, doors & windows in hardwood, UPVC. Flat roofs, slating. New builds and extensions. Free estimates.

Ian Broll
01988 700 514
07850 705 200
Isle Adventures Ltd.
Braefoot, Tonderghie Road
Isle of Whithorn.

Wildlife watching and fishing with local wildlife guide. Equipement and tuition available. Flexible activities. We provide trips on our charter boat during the summer, while providing wildlife watching tours from the shores during winter. Families, beginners and improvers will leave with a newfound confidence. You will need your own transport for our selection of winter tours, as we travel between the bird watching viewing spots. All equipement is provided. Booking is essential.

01988 500344
07979 423 584
Old Station Yard,

Parts / sales / service. Agricultural and horticultural machines. Mountfield Dealers.

John Lyons
01988 840 201
14 St Ninian's Crescent,

24 hour funeral service.

James Hawthorn
01988 500 599
07739 048 718

Distributors of domestic , Agricultural, and industrial heating oils and lubricants, throughout Wigtownshire.

01387 750 747
36 , George Street

Spacious, bright one-bedroom accommodation in a converted Georgian Townhouse. Period features. Close to visitor attractions. Welcome pack on arrival

Anne Strachan
01988 500 081
36, George Street

Complete Kitchen and bathroom design and installation service. Tiling and flooring.

Bob Strachan
01988 500 022/ 500 081
07768 318 589
14, The Square
Port William.
01988 700 244
07880 860 919

Service 11.45am Sunday

Reverend Jeffery M. Mead
01988 840 643
37, George Street

Caring for your pets in a comfortable home environment from £10 per night. Caring for your pets in your home from £30 per night.

Linda Vickers
01988 501 055
2 Lyndalan Cottage,
Kirkland of Longcastle.

Offers mobile hairdressing services in your own home.

Lynda Pemberton-Murray
01988 840 318
07763 245 091
52, George Street

All aspects of joinery work undertaken. Windows, doors, roofs, decking; no job too small.

Robin Templeton
01988 500 069
07821 31066
St Ninian's Hall Cinema,
Isle of Whithorn.

Scotland's most southerly cinema. The award-winning partnership of Machars Movies, St Ninian's Hall and Isle Futures extend a warm welcome to everyone for our 2013 Season of great films from all round the world. Machars Movies is run as a self-funding venture, and this year is our fifth season, thanks to the fantastic support shown by our Members as well as an appreciative number of visitors at our screenings. Watch out for our very popular themed nights with food and the option to dress for the occasion, as well as extra features and events for film and arts festivals.

Can I just turn up at the door and buy a ticket? Yes, but please bear in mind that Members and their Guests or Young Person's ticket holders have priority. Booking in advance will guarantee a seat, subject to availability.

In conjunction with St Ninian's Hall, we can also help you or your organisation have your own cinema event, celebrations, exhibitions, group outings, youngsters' film shows - our team can help with all the booking, licensing, technical and catering arrangements.

Mike Marshall
01988 500 100
McGinty Fine Art
The Studio, 107 George Street

I paint coastal and mountain landscapes of Scotland, my subjects ranging from the coast here at the foot of Scotland up to the far northwestern reaches of the Highlands.

With all my work I try to capture the poetic essence of nature, with the versatile medium of acrylics. All my work can be viewed on my website above.

Kevan McGinty
07743 472 654
124 , George Street

Stone pointing and plastering

Mick Strike
01988 500 309
07988 388 647
73 , Main Street
Port William.

Recovering antique and modern seating; services offered for pub fitting and caravans.

Murray Morland
01988 700 488
07733 374 194
6, St Ninian's Crescent

Landscaping and gardening services. All aspects of soft and hard landscaping.

Fully Qualified and fully insured.

Andrew O'Malley
01988 500 856
07785 266 590
10 , Wigtown Road

Troon, Ayr, Alloway, Carsphairn, Stranraer, Laurieston, Gatehouse of Fleet, Crossmichael, Castle Douglas, Portpatrick, Kirkcudbright, The Machars.

David Aspden
07875 587 629

Do you have a duty of care for employees ? We can test your electrical equipment.

Murray Morland
01988 700 488
077333 741 194
Pend Books
55 George Street , Whithorn
Newton Stewart

Small bookshop, offering a wide variety of subjects, including history, literature, fishing, Scottish and travel. Please telephone before travelling for opening times.

Julia Muir Watt
01988 500469
Pend House
Pend House,

National Trust Self Catering Holiday Homes

The medieval Pend House and Georgian Precinct House offer luxury self catering vacation accommodation in Whithorn, South West Scotland, for four and three people, respectively. The Pend is the restored medieval gatehouse of Whithorn Priory, while its neighbouring property was built in the late 1700's and is restored to the Georgian period. The two properties are marketed by the National Trust for Scotland for holiday accommodation, and are available for vacations and short breaks all year round.

The Pend, a Grade A Listed Building, was restored betweeen 1997 and 2000 by the owners, with assistance and advice from Historic Scotland and the National Trust for Scotland, and authentic period materials were used in the restoration, along with oak finishes and antique furnishings.

The Precinct House was extensively renovated between 2001 and 2004, and the interiors and furnishings reflect the Georgian period in Scotland.

The Pend House and Precinct House have both received an award of 4 STARS in the Self Catering Category of the VisitScotland Quality Assurance Scheme.


Bookings are made via the National Trust for Scotland Holidays Department, 28 Charlotte Square, Edinburgh.

Julia Muir-Watt
01988 500 469

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Peninsula Design
26, George Street

We are a family-run Graphic and Web Design Company based in Whithorn, Dumfries & Galloway. We provide creative services for a range of clients from micro-businesses, to charities to public sector organisations. Our lead designer, Caroline Smith, has been working as a freelance designer since 2008 offering specialised publishing, design, web and artwork services. We are based in Wigtownshire but mainly do business with clients across the UK electronically via email and ftp. We have undertaken large and small commissions for many industries, and have experience of producing high-quality publications for conferences, translation companies, engineering, local government and professional organisations. As a small business we can be flexible and are not restricted to a nine-to-five routine – enabling us to provide speed, accuracy, quality and confidentiality at reasonable prices. If you need an extra pair of hands or require a reliable, professional team to manage your artwork, website or publishing requirements, please get in touch.

Caroline Smith
01988 501 014

Timber and builders' merchants. Full range of timber and building materials; fencing, sheds, decking, joinery, ironmongery, plumbing, drainage, blocks etc. Good delivery.

Colin Dewar
01988 402414
Morven, Park Lane

All types of joinery and roofing work undertaken; renovations and repairs. Replacement doors and windows. Flat roofing specialist. Free estimates.

Peter Skimming
01988 500 454
George Street

Designer-maker of distinctive and colourful ceramics in Whithorn. Open most weekends and at other times by appointment.

Please telephone to confirm that we are open before making a special journey.

Peter Wareing
01988 500 633
68, George St

8:45 am - 12:45 pm - 1:45 pm - 5:00 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
8:45 am - 12:30 pm Wednesday
9:00 am - 12:30 pm Saturday

All Post Office transactions including motor licences, travel currency, Stationery, cards and postal supplies. Free ATM Cash machine.

E.C. Richards
01988 500 201
Priory Antiques
29, George Street

Antiques and fine art bought and sold. Valuations without obligation. Established 1987

Dinner services, porcelain, paintings.
Georgian and Victorian furniture.

Open daily, or phone to check hours in advance.

01988 500 517
07500 965 565
3, St John Street

Veterinary Surgery.

A. Moser
01988 500 356
Reiffer Park House,

Late Georgian House with period features, recently refurbished; set in 15 acres of garden and farmland.

01988 850 374
Reiffer Park House, Sorbie
Newton Stewart.
Gill Barr
01988 850 374
Monreith Home Farm Cottage, Monreith Estate
Port William.

Hatha Yoga Classes and workshops : group , 1-1 and corporate classes

Asana, pranayama and visualisation work. Remedial yoga offered to help those with debilitating condtions, such as MS, ME and arthritis.

Sara Matchett
01988 700 982
07880 790 899
Solway Aerial Systems
1, Boyach Crescent
Isle of Whithorn.

Full Freeview installations. Sky dishes replaced; Sky extensions, aerial upgrades. Freeview boxes installed, FreeSat installed, LCD TV's wall-mounted.

01988 501 093
07795 484 377

Service 10 am Sunday

Reverend Jeffery M. Mead
01988 840 643
St Martin & St Ninian’s Church
St Ninian's Church, Windsor Rd
Newton Stewart.

Mass is celebrated in St Martin and St Ninian church on Friday mornings at 10:00 am and on Sundays at 12 noon.

On other days mass is celebrated in St Ninian's, Newton Stewart Mondays and Sundays at 10:00 am and at Sacred Heart in Wigtown on Tuesdays at 10:00 am and on Saturdays Vigil is at 6:00 pm.

Father Ben lodge, C.P.
01671 402 182
Bruce St

Services 10am every Sunday. Creche and Sunday School 10am; evening service 7pm. Glasserton Church 11.30 am first and last Sundays of the month. Isle of Whithorn 11.30 am middle Sundays of the month. Telephone or e mail for events and special services.

The oldest business in town!

Ninian first brought the Christian Gospel here in 397AD. The light shines on today.

Rev Alex Currie
01988 500 267
Harbour Row
Isle of Whithorn.

On the quayside in the Isle of Whithorn, a friendly, family-owned pub, offering good food, bar facilities and comfortable accommodation. Children and dogs welcome.

Accommodation available from £40pppn.

Timothy Taylor Landlord, plus four guest ales. All food freshly prepared on the premises.

Daily changing chef's specials, using finest fresh produce and local seafood. Lunches 12-2pm, Evening meals 6.30 pm to 9pm.

Alastair Scoular
01988 500 334
2, North Main Street

Locally sourced beef, lamb and pork. Homemae sausages, haggis and black pudding. In store bakery and home made bread and pies.

Steven Cronnie
01988 402 294
Stuffit Upholstery and Fabrics
27, George St

10:00 am - 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. Saturday by appointment.

Re-upholstery of antique and modern furniture, as well as caravan and hotel seating. 100's of fabrics in stock. Full range of haberdashery items available. Curtain making service.Dry cleaning agent. Member of the Guild of Master Craftsmen.
Upholstery and Curtaining courses
Weekend and 5 day courses available throughout the year. Accommodation available. Beginners and experienced students welcome. Member of the Guild of Master Craftsmen.

Gill Bailey
01988 500 038
Moss Park, Ravenstone
by Whithorn.

The Swallow Theatre is a restored and converted barn at Moss Park, Ravenstone, about three miles from Whithorn.

One of the smallest theatres in the country, and aims to provide a wide range of events : drama ( including productions by local actors and visiting professional groups ), music ( classical, folk and jazz), poetry and play readings.

We also offer rehearsal space and venue hire.

01988 850 368
The Garage, Old Creamery

Service and MOT preparation, ATV repairs; vehicle diagnostics.

Tom Galashan
01988 850 200
07788 418 750
The Chalet – Isle of Whithorn
4 Laigh Isle
Isle of Whithorn
Newton Stewart

The chalet is bright and airy, tucked away in the top right hand corner of Laigh Isle, It has a private garden surrounding the chalet with table and chairs outside. One double bedroom with a king size bed and built in wardrobes. The second bedroom is small. Modern bathroom with shower over the bath. A very well equipped kitchen: cooker, oven, microwave, fridge freezer, iron etc. Travel cot and high chair.  Wifi.

Enquiries please call Yvette on
015394 45124
The Pheasant Sorbie
2 Wigtown Road
Newton Stewart

D&G Life 'Restaurant of The Year' Finalist 2016

'Authentic Italian Restaurant. Fresh interesting cuisine in a welcoming and cosy atmosphere'


Lunch and Early Evening Menu - A la Carte Menu

Wednesday to Sunday

12pm-2.30pm and 5pm to 10pm


01988 850 270
Newton Stewart.

Sunday Services: 9 a.m. Holy Eucharist 10.30 a.m. Sung Eucharist First Sunday in the month 10.30 a.m. Choral Mattins.

First Sunday in the month 3 p.m. Holy Eucharist (Whithorn Priory Church) Feast days & Weekdays - Holy Eucharist (as announced

The Revd. Michael Buchanan Hills
01581 300 588
The Whithorn Trust
45-47, George St

10:30 am - 5:00 pm daily Easter to end of October

The Whithorn Story exhibition uses archaeological artifacts, interpretation boards, models and figures to tell the story of Whithorn's diverse history.

Cafe offering snacks, coffees, and light lunches. Fair Trade Products. Shop with gifts and historical books.

Alex Currie
01988 500 508
Whithorn Newsagent
9, George St

Closed Tuesday and Saturday PM and PM Sunday. Business Hours : 6am to 5pm Monday to Friday, Saturday 6am to 12.30pm, and Sunday 7.30am to 12 noon.

Situated in the South West corner of Scotland, in the Royal Burgh of Whithorn, Our shop is on the main thorough fare at No. 9 George Street DG8 8NS.

We are not only a newsagents, we also sell SECOND HAND BOOKS, WHOLEFOODS, and FISHING TACKLE.

As well as daily newspapers we stock all the local papers and a wide range of magazines (impressive we are told for a local shop). A good range of greeting cards ,picture postcards, soft drinks, crisps and confectionery are also stocked.

We have a good range of paper back novels ideal for holiday reading, but we also have a selection of other books including some collectable items and childrens books.

We have a small section of wholefoods such as dried fruits, herbs, spices, pickles, bread flours, pulses and soya milk etc.

Bhupendra Amin
01988 501 152
Whithorn Pharmacy
67-69 , St John St

Provides pharmacy, household goods, cosmetics and giftware. Full range of pharmacy services.

Whithorn Pharmacy are proud to announce the launch of free ‘Blood Pressure Monitoring’ and ‘Cholesterol Testing’ Services. More services, such as Asthma Check are to follow, all of which come on the back of the recently completed refurbishment program that saw the pharmacy totally revitalised. The new image sees the shop don the town colours of burgundy & white, giving it a much brighter, friendlier look and feel. We were very lucky to have the re-launch conducted for us by Alex Fergusson MSP, Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament.

The additional of a consultation room earlier in the year allowed us to provide a private discussion area for patients to speak in confidence about any healthcare issue. This was then updated to match the rest of the shop at the refit. We are delighted with the improvements and with the dedication of our team of staff who worked tirelessly throughout making the transition as smooth as possible.

It’s our aim to continue to invest in the premises and the town, bringing improved services, innovation, technology and making frontline pharmacy health services as accessible as they can be.

Opening Hours

Mon 9 – 5.30pm
Tue 9 – 5.30pm
Wed 9 – 3.00pm
Thu 9 – 5.30pm
Fri 9 – 5.30pm
Sat 9 – 12.30pm

Fiona McElrea
01988 500 217
Cromdale, Park Lane

All types of plumbing and heating installation, servicing, repairs. Specialities in leadwork, gas and oil servicing, repairing and commissioning boilers.

Gas safety and landlords' inspections carried out. Registered SNIPEF, GAS SAFE and OFTEC.

Billy McShane
01988 500 611
01988 500 611
Woodpecker Cottage
19, Bladnoch

restored to very high standards and with traditional furnishings.

The cottage sleeps six ( 2 double, 1 twin ; travel cot available) and has a games room and large garden, with outdoor dining area. A stone's throw away is Scotland's southernmost distillery and only minutes away is Scotland's Book Town at Wigtown.

Rates from 210 to 390 UK pounds. 1 miles from shops and 6 miles from beach. No smoking or pets allowed, sorry.

Mary Arnott
01988 500517
07500 965 565