Conifer Lodges in Dumfries & Galloway
With the backdrop of the Galloway Forest Park on one side and bordered by the Golf Course on the other, Conifer Lodges in Newton Stewart, Dumfries & Galloway, is the ideal base for a family holiday or romantic break. Choose from one of our 43 lodges sleeping 2 to 8, a number of our lodges are also dog friendly with secure decking areas, so please bring along all the family to enjoy the stunning scenery.
The forest itself is a paradise for nature lovers and within easy reach of superb fishing spots, walking and mountain biking; there really is something to please everyone. After a day out exploring, retreat back to your lodge and relax in the warmth of your private hot tub.
Dumfries & Galloway
Top Tip: Do not type in our postcode if you are using Google Maps make sure you type in Conifer Lodges in the search field. The postcode will take you to the outskirts of Newton Stewart which is a couple of miles from Conifer Lodges
Coming from the north via the M74 (recommended route): From Glasgow head south on the M74 until you reach Junction 15 (Dumfries/Beattock/Moffat), take this junction and then follow the A701 signposted Dumfries. Once in Dumfries, take the A75 heading to Stranraer. Follow the A75 for around 50 miles. Conifer Lodges is signposted from the A75 about 1 mile before the town centre of Newton Stewart.
Coming from the north via Ayr: From Glasgow head south on the M77 and A77 and continue until after Girvan where you then join the A714 (Newton Stewart). Continue on the A714 to Newton Stewart. Enter Newton Stewart and take a left over the bridge (B7079 Minnigaff). Follow this road until you see SEPA on the right hand side and take the next left into the housing estate, follow this round and take the first right on to Heron Way, continue until you reach Conifer Lodges.
Coming from the south: Heading north on the M6, take the A75 at Gretna towards Dumfries. Continue on the A75 through and out of Dumfries heading to Stranraer. Follow the A75 for around 50 miles. Conifer Lodges is signposted from the A75 about 1 mile before the town centre of Newton Stewart.