Posts by: Nigel Peacock

Lochside Caravan Park – Castle Douglas

Written on 15th May 2018 in Campsites

Lochside Caravan Park Castle Douglas, Dumfies & Galloway A Brit Stayed: Tuesday 15 May 2018   This council run campsite caters for tents, caravans and motor homes. The majority of visitors were caravaners tonight. T...

Street Lights Cafe – Castle Douglas

Written on 15th May 2018 in Tea & Coffee Shops

Street Lights Cafe Castle Douglas A Brit Visited: Tuesday 15 May 2018 The sign in the window says ‘Not Good For Diets’. Given the size and height of the slice of cuppichino cake, Steet Lights won’t be worried about...

Sweetheart Abbey

Written on 14th May 2018 in Campsites

Sweetheart Abbey New Abbey, Dumfries & Galloway A Brit Stayed: Monday 14 May 2018 Set back from the road, a flat tarmac car park provided a free stopover for motorhomes. There is a toilet black and a bottle bank for ...

Abbey Cottage Tearoom – New Abbey

Written on 14th May 2018 in Tea & Coffee Shops

Abbey Cottage Tearoom & Gift Shop New Abbey, Dumfries & Galloway A Brit Visited: Monday 14 May 2018 New Abbey is a small village with a shop, a ruined abbey and a rather good tea shop. The Abbey Cottage Tearoom i...

Mrs Green’s Tea Lounge – Dumfries

Written on 14th May 2018 in Tea & Coffee Shops

Mrs Green’s Tea Lounge Dumfries A Brit Visited: Monday 14 May 2018 Self styled as an ‘Emporium of Delicious Foods and All Manner of Cakey Loveliness’ – how could I resist? Cakes and other foods in...

The Boathouse – Glencaple

Written on 13th May 2018 in Tea & Coffee Shops

The Boathouse Glencaple A Brit Visited: Sunday 13 May 2018 More of a pace for eating than a tea shop, but The Boathouse is in a beautiful setting. On the River Nith in the village of Glencaple, The Boathouse serves a ran...

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