The Rhins Peninsular is in south-west Scotland and includes Drummore, the most southerly village in Scotland. The area has a mild climate, due to the influence of the Gulf Stream. With sandy beaches, green fields and a gently rolling landscape it is popular with a range of holiday makers. there are several golf courses locally. The Galloway Forest is popular with cyclists and walkers. Kirroughtree Forest Park has cycle hire and is a 'dark sky' site. The apartments are on the Southern Upland Way route and the Galloway Trail. There are opportunities for fishing, and outdoor adventure activities. There are many great eateries in the area.
Mull of Galloway
Well worth a visit. Spectacular cliffs and swirling seas. Owned by the RSPB it is a great place to see a wide variety of birds, dolphins and porpoises. There is a lovely cafe and gift shop with views out onto the cliffs and the sea. There are lovely, gentle walks around the headland and 30 acre heathland site, with seating to enjoy the views. 115 steps takes you to the top of the lighthouse with outstanding views. The area is a designated SSSI and the staff at the RSPB centre are extremely knowledgeable and helpful.