New Galloway

    The New Town of Galloway was first recorded in 1682. The quiet unspoilt and picturesque town of New  Galloway lies on the west side of the valley at the north end of Loch Ken. The actual town of New  Galloway is largely built around a single north-south High Street that climbs up through the village with a pretty waterfall burn at the lower end, beside which sits the Glenken’s newest asset – The Catstrand community arts centre.

    There are two hotels and two tea rooms as well as a village shop for basic supplies.

    For more information see: New Galloway