A number of local accommodation providers have kindly presented special offers and discounts to our visitors – please ask them directly for details. We also work closely with businesses in the village and together we help provide a warm welcome to New Abbey.
Grovewood House is located in the pretty village of Kirkbean and is the perfect base for exploring. The house is set in mature gardens, with its own meandering stream, and offers bed and breakfast and holiday lets.
Telephone: 01387 880721
Hutton Lodge Bed and Breakfast
Hutton Lodge is a traditional sandstone former schoolhouse built in the 19th century. It is set on the picturesque Solway coast, 5 miles east of Dumfries in the village of Bankend on the Solway Heritage Trail near Caerlaverock Castle and the Caerlaverock Wetland Centre. Located in a quiet, rural setting with off-street parking, Hutton Lodge offers cosy en-suite facilities.
Telephone: 01387 770216
Mabie House Hotel
Mabie House is a magnificent 17th century country mansion situated in its own grounds, guests having views over the gardens and the Solway Estuary in the quiet and peaceful surroundings of Dumfries & Galloway. The hotel is a short drive from Dumfries and has fourteen en-suite rooms, including two suites, each with their own style and character.
Telephone: 01387 263188
Marthrown of Mabie
Marthrown of Mabie is a hidden gem. It is reached through a woodland road, that builds anticipation. As you travel up the forest track, you feel certain that you will reach something spectacular. It does not disappoint as stunning views await. You’ve arrived, and you are cocooned within the forested magic of Marthrown.
Marthrown offer a variety of accommodation bases from little cottages to yurts. There is also a camping area with amazing views over the Solway Firth to the Lake District hills
Telephone: 01387 247900
Shorepark is a delightful waterside holiday cottage with stunning views, sitting just a stone’s throw from the estuary of the River Nith on the edge of Glencaple village, within a National Scenic Area. The old part of the house was originally a fisherman’s cottage, thought to have been built in the 1700’s, giving this part an old-world feel with its original beams, reputed to be old ships’ timbers. It has been extended in more recent times in a clean modern beach-house style, with a huge picture window giving a stunning panoramic view of the river, the birdlife, and the landscape beyond.
Telephone: 07850 237702
Criffel View Caravan Park
Criffel View is a private five van site nestled in the beautiful countryside on Landis Farm. Situated only one mile from the historic village of New Abbey with all its attractions including the fabulous Shambellie House. The site has hard standing fully serviced pitches and a bespoke built shower area. The pitches also have lovely views and a peaceful ambience.
Telephone: 01387 850238
Snuggled amongst cottages full of character and charm, Rosewall is the remedy for anyone looking to get away in the country on a break for two. A stay at Rosewall Cottage puts you at the heart of some of Scotland’s most iconic scenery and culture. From the coast to the lowland hills, small mountains and acres of forests, there’s so much to explore right on your doorstep. Set against a backdrop of the majestic Criffel, the village of New Abbey looks like a location for a film. There is a picturesque watermill, the fabulous Shambellie House, a general store, inn and tea-room.
Abbey Cottage Tearoom
This family-run tearoom is situated next to the beautiful ruins of Sweetheart Abbey. Abbey Cottage has been part of the family for four generations, and for almost 40 years they’ve been making soups, baking scones and serving speciality coffees and teas in the tearoom and garden. Why not join them for Afternoon Tea and enjoy the atmosphere of this beautiful village?
Telephone: 01387 850377
The most natural place just to be.
You can find more information on local accommodation providers, as well as places to eat and drink, at Visit Scotland.