How to reach Drumfad and the start of your perfect holiday

From Ayrshire and Glasgow: Drumfad is near the small harbour village of Port William. If you are driving from Ayrshire or Glasgow, take the A77 to Girvan, then the A714 Newton Stewart Road through Newton Stewart towards Wigtown. Go straight ahead at the A75 roundabout and turn off to the right just before Wigtown, following the signs for Bladnoch. At Bladnoch, cross the bridge and follow the road to Kirkinner. Just before Kirkinner, turn right onto the road signposted Port William. After about 9 miles, the road - now in woodland - will bend sharply towards Port William. Turn left as if heading straight on and continue for a mile and half where you'll see a small junction with a sign for Clachan of Myrton. Follow this road over a small bridge and Drumfad lies a few hundred yards on the right.


From the M6 / Carlisle: Take the A75 turn-off just after crossing the Anglo-Scottish border at Gretna and head for Dumfries, then Stranarer. At the Newton Stewart roundabout, turn left towards Wigtown. Just before Wigtown, follow the signs for Bladnoch. At Bladnoch, cross the bridge and follow the road to Kirkinner. Just before Kirkinner, turn right onto the road signposted Port William. After about 9 miles, the road, now in woodland, will bend sharply towards Port William. Turn left as if heading straight on and continue for a mile and half where you'll see a small junction with a sign for Clachan of Myrton. Follow this road over a small bridge and Drumfad is a few hundred yards on the right.

Our address is: Low Drumfad, Port William, DG8 9PU.

 

A75 roundabout at Newton Stewart, follow the signs for Wigtown.

About a mile from Wigtown, take a right at the junction and follow the signs for Whithorn.

Just before Kirkinner, turn right and follow the signs for Port William.

About 1.5 miles before Port William take a left at the bend and continue.

About half a mile later, look out for this entrance and turn right into Drumfad which is at the end of this narrow lane.