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Scottish charm can be found with Newton Stewart holiday cottages
Located in south-west Scotland, the charming village of Newton Stewart in Dumfries and Galloway is known as the "Gateway to the Galloway Hills", an attractive area which has always been popular with visitors of all ages. Cosy holiday cottages and rural abodes await in this green and outdoorsy location.
The Museum Newton Stewart, housed in a former church, is the best place for visitors to learn about the social history of these rural communities. Exhibits focus on the home and farm life, and feature artefacts that were used by real Galloway families throughout history.
The Creetown Gem Rock Museum is more about the geological history of Galloway and other areas of Scotland, exhibiting gems and stones which have been found across the region.
Enjoy the great outdoors with all the family
Newton Stewart's best attraction remains its scenery, and there are lots of open spaces where kids and adults of all ages will enjoy letting off some steam.
Kirroughtree Visitor Centre has a collection of walking routes, complete with hidden sculptures and a kids' play area, while the Red Deer trail takes visitors to a specially constructed hideout, from which you can hopefully get a glimpse of these elusive animals.
Ancient history of the region
The area around Newton Stewart isn't just known for its beautiful scenery, but also for its standing stones. The Torhouse stone circle, located near Wigtown, is a rare area featuring 19 granite boulders in southern Scotland, all dating from the Bronze Age. Cairnholy, closer to Creetown, is the site of two almost-complete Neolithic tombs, dating from c.2000 BC.
Head north to Loch Trool and you can visit a stone that isn't quite so ancient. Bruce's Stone and its inscription commemorates Robert the Bruce's 1307 victory over the English army.
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