Rose Haugh, self catering in beautiful Galloway
Rose Haugh is a dignified old house in the small village of Laurieston on the edge of the Galloway Forest Park. Warm and comfortable at all times of year, it is a great base for exploring this somewhat unknown part of southwest Scotland. This is a land of green hills, shining lochs and stately forests, a little-developed haven for every sort of wildlife, lying between the hills of the Southern Uplands and the coast of the Solway Firth. Small towns and villages offer a friendly welcome for visitors, with lots of visitor attractions and a lively rural economy.
There are excellent walking and cycling opportunities on quiet rural roads and in the forests. Loch and sea fishing, golf, riding, canoeing, sailing, windsurfing and children’s adventure courses are all a few miles away. The beaches, cliffs and estuaries of the Solway coast are worth the drive for active days out. With good local food, craftwork, historical sites and museums, fine gardens and amazing wildlife, there is everything to make for a memorable holiday. And the house has its own large garden for relaxing in peace and seclusion.
The house can sleep as many as 8, but terms are reduced for lesser numbers to make it available for smaller families or couples on their own.