​Cumloden has been owned by the Galloway family since 1820. It is located just outside Newton Stewart in South West Scotland, 50 miles west of Dumfries and 85 miles south of Glasgow and close to the Solway beaches. The house has recently been extensively redecorated and is to be offered for let for up to 12 people for just 8 weeks a year in total anytime between April to end October
​Andrew Stewart, heir to the Galloway title and the current owner, and his wife Christine spend a good part of the year in Texas, but they along with other members of the family are often in residence. As such Cumloden is a much treasured family home, surrounded by some 600 hectares of grazing and woodland. It is a truly magical place that has a peace and tranquility about it that you cannot fail to be moved by.
There are many activities that guests can enjoy while staying at Cumloden. May and June are particularly good months for visiting local gardens, with the mild climate from the Gulf Stream enabling exotic southern hemisphere plants to flourish. The countryside is a paradise for walkers with numerous coastal and hill walks to suit all abilities.
​There are some wonderful local and championship golf courses in the area while the early part of Autumn sees the start of the wildfowling, stalking and gameshooting seasons. Other activities would include cycling, bird watching and sailing along with river, loch and sea fishing. The let would include salmon fishing on the River Cree. Galloway and Southern Ayrshire, an area of 520,000 hectares, has just been added to the list of biospheres around the world by Unesco. Biospheres are designated as sites offering outstanding natural landscape, wildlife and culture and Cumloden sits at the southern edge of this magnificent area. There are six biospheres in total in the UK including just one other in Scotland.



Gardens & Deer park