Stay at Glenwhan

With a stunning new Lodge and a quaint Shepherd's Hut, you'll enjoy escaping to Glenwhan where you'll have free access to the garden and grounds during your stay.

Glenwhan Lodge

Our accessible holiday lodge features a luxurious open plan space with incredible views across Lucy Bay, offering a truly peaceful and relaxing break for visitors. Sleeping up to 6 with two bedrooms and a large couch sofa in the living room, your stay will feel like a home away from home, with beautiful and luxurious touches to create the most wonderful stay.

The private balcony decked out with garden furniture is the perfect place to cosy up and watch the sunrise and sunset as it graces the grounds of Glenwhan. Dog friendly, we also allow two small dogs, who must to be kept on a lead in the gardens. We want to do our part in looking after our planet so we have  installed an electric car charging point and there is private parking for 2-3 cars.

Glenwhan Lodge is a stunning architect-designed Lodge set in the most glorious location within the grounds of Glenwhan Gardens. Glenwhan Lodge oozes style and sophistication from the moment you walk in the door. Marvel at the view from the large open plan living/dining/kitchen from the sliding patio doors that open onto the glass fronted veranda. 

Book via the link above or get in touch with the form below for our best rates through direct booking.

Shepherd's Hut

Our bespoke Shepherd’s Hut in the garden overlooks the loch to the Mull of Galloway with splendid sea views and may be hired for couples or single-use. 

The Hut comprises of a 5ft double bed with a well equipped kitchen area, microwave and Belfast Sink as well as a small wood-burning fire, full size shower, WC & basin. 

A separate area outdoors adjoins the Hut with seating and BBQ. Single dogs are allowed, but please not on the bed.

Booking Enquiry

Telephone: +44 7768 002288


Address: Glenwhan Gardens, Dunragit, Stranraer, Wigtownshire, DG9 8PH

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