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Knockquhassen Farm, Stranraer

Knockquhassen Farm, Stranraer

Knockquhassen Farm is a new B&B opened in May 2015, located just 2.5 miles outside Stranraer.

Easy to find, situated on the Southern Upland Way, very close to Knockquhassen Reservoir. Although close to Stranraer, which has all the usual shops and facilities, including numerous cafes and restaurants, at Knockquhassen Farm you will find peaceful seclusion, stunning panoramic views, good food and a very warm welcome!

There are 2 rooms available for guests, one upstairs and one downstairs, both with ensuite showers. The owners love animals and have 3 cats and 3 horses. Dogs are welcome (with their owners!) and there is flexible accommodation to suit most needs. The area is wonderful for walking with dogs and they can also enjoy the run of the garden and grounds. Trout fishing is available on the reservoir, a short walk from the house; there are numerous lovely gardens nearby to visit and plenty of scenic countryside to explore on foot, by bike or by car. The local area is wonderful for wildlife and many birds and animals can be seen in the garden including buzzards, raven and roe deer. Located just 30 miles from the Galloway Forest Park which is also full of opportunities for walking, cycling and wildlife spotting.

  • Two en-suite guest rooms, a double upstairs with a lovely view and a large double/twin room downstairs
  • Glorious sun room where breakfast is served
  • Stunning panoramic views
  • Peaceful seclusion
  • Sitting room with wood burner
  • On-site parking
  • Free WIFI access
  • Day tickets for fishing on the reservoir
  • Dogs stay at no extra charge

Contact: Liz Sutton, Knockquhassen Farm B & B, Knockquhassen, Stranraer, DG9 8HX

Telephone: 01776 703342 or 07875 688612



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