Holiday Parks & Lodges in Dumfries & Galloway

Escape to the tranquillity of Dumfries and Galloway, a hidden gem in South West Scotland that offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, rich history and a sense of peaceful seclusion. Discover the region's breathtaking coastline, dotted with charming fishing villages and secluded coves. Wander along sandy beaches, explore rugged cliffs, and soak up the serenity of the Solway Firth, where wildlife enthusiasts can spot seals, seabirds and even dolphins along the shoreline. Immerse yourself in history at ancient castles, savour Scottish culture with a whisky distillery tour or spend your evenings stargazing in the enchanting Galloway Forest. Whether you are looking for a tranquil rural location where you can relax in your very own private hot tub with your loved one or a more active destination that delivers fun for all the family, we've got holiday parks and lodges in Dumfries and Galloway to suit all tastes and budgets. From luxury lodges to cosy hideaways, our holiday homes tick all the boxes for a memorable break in Scotland.

Sunrise view over Southerness lighthouse on the Galloway coast in Scotland

Dog friendly lodges in Dumfries and Galloway

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Things to do in Dumfries and Galloway

Explore stunning Scottish landscapes in the great outdoors...
Dumfries and Galloway is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Explore the rolling hills, enchanting forests and tranquil lochs of the Galloway Forest Park, perfect for hiking, cycling, and stargazing. Miles from the metropolis, this is Britain's only Dark Sky Park where you can view planets and the bright band of the Milky Way all with the naked eye. If you time it right, and depending on the season, you could be in for a treat of meteor showers, or the full spectral full moon. Walks are well-signed (approximately five miles and moderate in difficulty) and you might even spot red squirrels and roe deer around Loch Trool. The rugged Scottish glens are made for walking, but if this is a little ambitious for you, then why not visit the Logan Botanic Garden? Here you can find a remarkable collection of unusual and beautiful plants from all over the world. The Walled Garden is a celebration of these world plants, and after you have discovered the outstanding fauna, take a stroll to the highest point at Logan with its breathtaking views across the Rhins of Galloway Hills.

Delve into history with a trip to historic sites and castles...
Immerse yourself in the region's rich history and heritage as you explore ancient castles and sites, retracing the footsteps of Scottish heroes. From the imposing Caerlaverock Castle's triangular silhouette to Drumlanrig Castle's opulent interiors, each site narrates tales of medieval grandeur. Take a boat trip to Threave Castle's river-bound ruins, soak up the stunning views over Fleet Bay from the 15th-century Cardoness Castle, or embrace the peaceful setting of Glenluce Abbey. Many of these sites offer guided tours so you can really delve into their history, and, if you're planning on visiting several of them, consider heritage passes and memberships for access to special rates. Our homely holiday lodges are in prime locations, making it easy to visit these incredible sites, then head back to your home away from home to relax with onsite amenities like a private hot tub or an indoor swimming pool.

Enjoy a cultural short break in Dumfries or Kirkcudbright...
Dumfries and Galloway invites you to slow down, reconnect with nature and immerse yourself in its rich heritage. Experience the serene beauty and warm hospitality that make this region a truly special and unforgettable destination. Discover charming market towns like Dumfries and Kirkcudbright, with their vibrant art scenes and picturesque streets, and indulge in locally sourced produce, including delicious seafood, artisanal cheeses and delectable Scottish whisky. In Dumfries, you can visit the Robert Burns Centre to learn about the life and works of Scotland's national poet, explore cycling and walking trails in the scenic Mabie Forest, or roam the romantic Cistercian ruins of Sweetheart Abbey. Book one of our holiday parks and lodges in Kirkcudbright and discover local history at the Stewarty Museum, visit the 16th-century ruins at MacLellan's Castle or enjoy scenic walks along Kirkcudbright Bay. This area is perfect for both couples on a romantic retreat and families looking for fun days out, and our range of dog-friendly holiday homes means the whole family can come along for the ride!

View of Dunskey Castle in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland