YOUR NEW HOME FROM HOME…
From its iconic rocky coastline and sandy beaches to its acres of lush forests and green hills, Dumfries and Galloway truly offers something for everyone. At Torwood Country Lodges, not only do we feel incredibly lucky to live in this area, we truly believe we couldn’t hand-pick a better location for holiday cottages and timber cabins and lodges if we tried.
While the Lake District, Loch Lomond and the Highlands are beautiful areas of the United Kingdom to visit, Dumfries and Galloway is an untouched, hidden gem in Scotland that is often overlooked.
THINGS TO DO IN DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY
Dumfries and Galloway is rich in wildlife and abundant in activities, without being over-crowded. You’ll never be short of peaceful walks or adrenaline-pumping sports in Dumfries and Galloway. Why not experience the woodlands in a unique and fun way on a mountain bike trail? Or don your wet suit and windsurf your way around the rocky coastline? Dumfries and Galloway offers one adventure after another and is home to many activities tailored to younger children and older generations too, such as gentle walks and tranquil cycling routes.
It should be noted, however, that Dumfries and Galloway has a lot more to offer than sports alone. When staying at Torwood Country Lodges, you’ll never find yourself far away from an immersive cultural experience. The colourful Big Burns Supper kicks off the year in January, and many festivals, events and celebrations follow in the months after.
Whether you’d rather spend your weekend at a music festival or an arts and craft fair, some of the best and most critically acclaimed events in Scotland happen right here in Dumfries and Galloway.
We are perfectly positioned to allow you to explore the whole of South West Scotland. We are close to Ayrshire & Arran along with Dumfries and Galloway.
Visit Scotland has a whole host of information about all the places you can see and all the activities you can take part in around the area.