Situated in the beautiful Galloway countryside Loch Fern is the idyllic place to escape from the daily pressures of life.
The boat house, which was originally built in 1880 and sympathetically renovated in 2005, commands breath taking views of Loch Fern and the gently rolling hills of rural Galloway.
Loch Fern is home to a healthy stock of wild, hard fighting brown trout with fish in excess of 1lb regularly caught on the fly.
This delightful part of Galloway is the ideal base for walking, bird watching, cycling, fishing or just to sit back, relax and enjoy the peace and tranquility of the surrounding countryside.
Situated amongst 16 acres of mixed woodland including , Hazel, Alder, Beech and Rhododendron this is a natural place to explore or walk the family dog.
Seasonal changes are reflected in the woods with bright coloured rhododendron kissing the water of the loch in early summer and the russet suggestion of autumn providing a memorable spectacle.
The peace and tranquillity of Loch Fern and its surrounding woods provide a natural habitat for ducks, geese, otters, roe deer, badgers and many species of birds.
The surrounding area provides endless opportunities to walk, cycle or to visit the many nearby visitor attractions.