Welcome to Low Glengyre Farm CL where the tranquility of the Southern Uplands will meet you on arrival. Sit in your caravan, viewing the hills overlooking Loch Ryan and feel your holiday has just begun!!
Located on a family-run dairy farm only 7 miles from Stranraer gives this CL easy access to the Northern Irish Ferry Routes.
Peaceful and quiet with exceptional views. This is a nature lovers paradise with a glen on your doorstep, the deer roaming near-by, red squirrels and both barn and tawny owls.
Dogs are welcome, of course, they need to be picked up after and be kept on leads around the site but with a 330 acre farm, there are lots of lovely walks in the area. At the top of the hill on the farm, there are views across to Ireland and you can view the sea on three sides.
For the children (and the young at heart), there is a small play area and of course, the opportunity to view a working farm 'up close and personal'.
We have set up the CL to provide all your home comforts - laundry facilities, heated shower room, toliets, hot & cold water, handwashing facilities at waste disposal area & handstanding pitches. As caravanners ourselves, we know what is needed to make your stay the best that it can be!
Our aim is to try and make your holiday the very best it can be so anything we can do to help, we will!
Home-grown produce & home-made food also available !
We now offer hook-up to a digital aerial to ensure television reception. Many mobile phone signals are also received.
£12 per night, £75 per week based on 2 people.
Small extra charge for use of washing machine, shower or extra occupants. Discount for single occupancy.
The local area attractions are mainly focused on nature and the countryside. Whether your interest is gardening, walking, golfing, fishing or simply enjoying the scenery around you, your needs will be met here!
The area has some exceptional sub-tropical gardens - Logan Botanic Gardens, Castle Kennedy Gardens, Ardwell Gardens, Glenwhan Gardens & Dunskey Gardens. In addition, there are some beautiful sandy beaches in the area for the children ....and the young at heart!!
More traditional tourist attractions include Port Logan Fish Pond - Marine Life Centre, Creetown Gem Rock Museum, Bladnoch Distillery, Mull of Galloway Lighthouse, Glenluce Abbey & Monreith Animal World. Of course, you are also only a 'hop, skip & a jump' from Northern Ireland and the ferry companies offer some excellent day trips to Ireland.
The main problem with this part of Scotland is that once you stay here, you won't want to go home!!