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Nuthatch
Yatchs at the Isle

Be Natural - a B&B for Naturists

The B&B is surrounded by farmland with many pathways

accessible to all. To access some locations it would be

necessary to wear clothes initially.

There are beaches just is a short car drive away where it

is possible to be clothes free.

We can advise on places to go and provide maps.

There are also many places to visit clothed.

The history of the south west coast stretches back 6000

years. Stone Circles, Iron Age Forts, early Christian

chapels and tower houses are to be found throughout the

region and almost all are free to visit.

We have a great interest in Archaeology so can tell you

about the “out of the way” places to visit.

Since 2009 Galloway has been home to the UK’s first

Dark Sky Park. If viewing the night sky interests you click

on this link to see what else we do here - Galloway

Astronomy Centre.

Whatever your interests there is something for everyone

in this lovely part of Scotland.

Click on links below for more information:

*  Golf (St Medan, Wigtownshire, Bladnoch)

*  Cycling (bikes can be hired locally)

*  Bird Watching (Wigtown for Ospreys, RSPB at Mull of Galloway)

*  Early Christian History (St Ninian's Cave / Chapel)

*  Archaeology (Barsalloch Fort, Drumtroddan Stones,

   Torhouse Stone Circle, Whithorn Story)

*  Gardens (Garlieston House, Castle Kennedy, Glenwhan)

*  Books (Wigtown - Scotland's Book Town)

*  Aviation (Dumfries Aircraft Museum, Wartime Airfields)

Monreith Animal Park

*  Museums (Whithorn Story, Newton Stewart, Stranraer)

Other links:

Whithorn

Isle of Whithorn

Port William

Wigtown

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The B&B is surrounded by

farmland with many pathways

accessible to all. To access some

locations it would be necessary to

wear clothes initially.

There are beaches just is a short

car drive away where it is possible

to be clothes free.

We can advise on places to go and

provide maps.

There are also many places to visit clothed.

The history of the south west coast

stretches back 6000 years. Stone Circles,

Iron Age Forts, early Christian chapels and

tower houses are to be found throughout

the region and almost all are free

to visit.

We have a great interest in

Archaeology so can tell you about

the “out of the way” places to visit.

Since 2009 Galloway has been home to the UK’s first

Dark Sky Park. If viewing the night sky interests you

click on this link to see what else we do here -

Galloway Astronomy Centre.

Whatever your interests there is something for

everyone in this lovely part of Scotland.

Click on links below for more information:

*  Golf (St Medan, Wigtownshire, Bladnoch)

*  Cycling (bikes can be hired locally)

*  Bird Watching (Wigtown for Ospreys, RSPB at Mull

   of Galloway)

*  Early Christian History (St Ninian's Cave / Chapel)

*  Archaeology (Barsalloch Fort, Drumtroddan Stones,

   Torhouse Stone Circle,

   Whithorn Story)

*  Gardens (Garlieston House, Castle Kennedy,

   Glenwhan)

*  Books (Wigtown - Scotland's Book Town)

*  Aviation (Dumfries Aircraft Museum, Wartime

   Airfields)

Monreith Animal World

*  Museums (Whithorn Story, Newton Stewart,

   Stranraer)

Other links:

Whithorn

Isle of Whithorn

Port William

Wigtown

Places to Visit Carved head

Be Natural

a B&B for Naturists

Nuthatch
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