Cloud Cuckoo Lodge

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Cloud Cuckoo Lodge
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Situated close by the Galloway Forest Park in the Dumfries and Galloway region of the south west of Scotland is the lovely Cloud Cuckoo Lodge. Sleeping up to six adults in comfort in three bedrooms this really is an ideal destination to get away from it all.

The lodge stands in a quarter acre of private woodland surrounded by stunning countryside and with an abundance of wild life in the area. It makes for a great base for walkers and cyclists to explore the spectacular Galloway scenery, having some of the best mountain bike trails in Scotland close at hand. It is positioned on the Southern Upland Way walking and cycle route.

The lodge is furnished to a very high standard and includes all you would need for a relaxing holiday including television, DVD and CD player. There are two double bedrooms, one of which is en suite, and a third bedroom with twin beds. A wood burning stove, in addition to electric heating, keeps the lodge nice and cosy even on winter evenings. Outside is a lovely verandah where guest can relax with a drink and take in the wonderful views. The lodge also benefits from free Wifi. A welcome pack with all the basics is provided for guests upon arrival. It is ideally situated for those with an interest in astronomy as Galloway Forest Park is a designated Dark Skies viewpoint.

In the nearby area are golf courses, fishing locations and lots of places for bird watchers to spot many species including the red kite. The beaches of the Solway Coast are just a short drive away or why not visit Bladnoch distillery and sample a wee dram. Loch Ken is nearby and offers the chance of taking a boat ride or even water skiing for the more adventurous.

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Cloud Cuckoo Lodge
St. John's Town of Dalry
Castle Douglas
01723 871554

Further Details

Accommodation Type:  Lodges & Log Cabins
  • 2
  • 1
Bedrooms:  3
Sleeps:   6
  • Pet & Dog Friendly

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