Low Glengyre Luxury Self-Catering Cottage & CL Site

Telephone: 01776 853608

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Luxury & Tranquility in

the Southern Uplands

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Whilst Low Glengyre is in a beautiful unspoiled location, guests will also find plenty to do nearby. Those looking to enjoy the wonder of the Scottish outdoors will find the immediate local area ideal for walking and cycling. Countryside and coastal paths are widely available along with plenty of opportunities to venture off the beaten track. Amazing views across Loch Ryan and across the sea to the Irish mainland are available on clear days, while the whole landscape offers many breath taking sights and photo opportunities.


In the nearest town, Stranraer, you will be able to stock up on holiday essentials as well as enjoy spending time in the local community. Stranraer has a diverse mix of locally owned and run businesses along with popular chain stores, there is also a wonderful collection of bars and restaurants meaning that you can always pick up something to eat and drink, whether you are looking to sit down and relax over dinner or enjoy a takeaway back in the caravan or cottage. The town boasts museums, a cinema, and a leisure centre, so there are plenty of things to do on holiday in Stranraer.


Outdoor activities are what attract many tourists to Scotland, and there are several locations to enjoy fishing, golf, and horse riding. Many fishermen in the local villages are happy to take tourists out to sea with them for an exciting time trying to catch fish. If you like golfing holidays, or just enjoy walks, the nearby golf courses are not just great for enjoying a round but also offer breathtaking views of the coast and countryside.


And of course, if you would like a wee taster of the Irish life, you are only a short boat trip to Ireland where a another world opens up for you to explore!



The Rhins of Galloway.


The peninsula is bounded on its west coast by the North Channel and by Loch Ryan and Luce Bay in the east. With around 50 miles (80 km) of coastline running from Stranraer in the north to Torrs Warren in the south the land is heavily influenced by the seas. The coastal landscape varies; with the western coast generally having steep rugged cliffs and occasional inlets, which contrasts with the calmer eastern coast, with its sandy beaches and softer landscape.


Here are some link to web sites about our area:

corsewall lighthouse view over farmland towards the sea