Mollance Farm

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Galloway Haven

Enjoyed our five night stay at this CL. Easy access off the A75, but if arriving from the east, continue on the A75 to the roundabout at Castle Douglas junction and double back to the CL entrance off the large layby. Much safer! Friendly, helpful owners. Good situation overlooking pleasant farmland and wildlife pond. Parents of young children be aware, the water is not fenced, contrary to the description in the CC handbook. Easy access to the many interesting spots in this part of Galloway. Castle Douglas is a pleasant town, with a wide variety of independent shops, in addition to Tesco. Only criticism of the CL is the lack of rinsing facility at the chemical WC emptying point. The toilet/ shower is a bit basic, but the owners have plans to upgrade. Hardstanding pitches are generous in size. A good CL, and we will certainly use again.
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A very pretty site

Don't follow sat Nav,  took us down a dirt track and had to turn around and go back' It is just off the main A75. The approach up a long drive way to a small but beautiful positioned hard standing site, over looking a big pond with resident heron and a huge family of rabbits running round. The shower and. Toilet is quite a walk away and at first glance old and cold with gaps in and around the door, but the minute you. step under the hot fast shower it's sheer luxury after caravan showers. Could definitely visit here again
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Like the site a lot. Marked pitches and set for privacy and to make best of the views. The facilities are in the farm yard area and suffer from muddy foot prints. Could use a bucket and mop for cleaning. Check out the old house ruins. And beware the cows in the next field like to watch the caravanners. Well worth a visit.
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Great place to stay.

We have stayed here a couple of times and have always found a good welcome to a very well kept site. The actual site is far enough away from the road that you rarely hear any traffic noise. Castle Douglas is just a short drive away where there are some good places to both shop and eat. Oh and to buy a bottle of the water of life at the whisky shop if you so desire. Dumfries is a little further away in the opposite direction if you want somewhere a bit more "big townish" but parking can sometimes be a bit difficult. This is a good site from which to go out for the day to places of interest, one of which is the Red Kyte centre which is especially interesting a feeding times, but if you want photo's you will need to be very quich with your camera.
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