Mull of Galloway Lighthouse Holiday Cottages
The Mull of Galloway Lighthouse Holiday Cottages in Dumfries and Galloway, South West Scotland are the perfect choice for your next self-catering holiday. Located at the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse at the most Southerly Point in Scotland, our three cottages offer a truly unique experience. The cottages are surrounded by beautiful scenery, dramatic coastline and a wealth of wildlife right on your doorstep.
Our self-catering holiday accommodation is sited within the Lighthouse walls, next to the Stevenson Lighthouse with breath-taking sea views.
today to book your holiday or short break at a Scottish Lighthouse. Lightkeeper’s Cottage sleeps up to 4 guests, Puffin House and Kittiwake House both sleep up to 6 guests. We offer 7 or 14 night holidays all year round and short breaks of 3 nights or more are also available. Pets are welcome too. Find out more, check our availability and prices and book your Lighthouse holiday at the Mull of Galloway today.
The Mull of Galloway Trust
The Lighthouse Cottages were part of a local community buy-out in 2013 of the land at Scotland’s most Southerly Point from the Northern Lighthouse Board. The Mull of Galloway Trust was formed in 2012 with the objective of acquiring and preserving the area of national and local importance for the community and visitors to the area. The Mull of Galloway Trust is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) Register No. SC043557 and owns and operates the three former Lighthouse Keepers’ Cottages, RSPB Visitor Centre, 30 acres of heathland, which is an RSPB Nature Reserve, and the Foghorn. The three Lighthouse Holiday Cottages offer holiday accommodation all year round and contribute valuable funds to the Community Trust. The Lighthouse is owned and operated by Northern Lighthouse Board.
A working Lighthouse at the Mull of Galloway
At the Mull of Galloway there is a working Lighthouse which was established in 1830 by Robert Stevenson. The tower is 26 meters high and there are 115 steps to the top. Visit the top and learn about the history of this Stevenson Tower, admire the sea views and amazing natural beauty of the environment from this elevated position. Enjoy the views across to the Isle of Man, the Cumbrian hills and across to Ireland and the Mountains of Mourne. Lighthouse Tours are by kind permission of the Northern Lighthouse Board and are operated by South Rhins Community Development Trust. The only operational Foghorn on mainland Scotland is located at the Mull of Galloway.
You can visit our community operated Lighthouse Exhibition and coastal heathland and cliffs, which is also an RSPB Seabird Reserve. The Trust works in partnership with the RSPB to improve the heathland, which is also a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
Choice of three holiday cottages at Scotland’s most Southerly Point
Relax and enjoy the sea views, fresh air and the local wildlife. You can see many nesting seabirds and watch out for dolphins and porpoises, plus the movement of ferries, fishing boats and pleasure craft between Scotland, Ireland, England and the Isle of Man. Enjoy a unique experience at a Lighthouse Holiday Cottage. Pets are welcome (maximum of two) and each of our cottages is centrally heated, fully equipped, spacious and comfortable. Free WIFI is provided via satellite and due to our rural location we have a fair use policy in place.
For bookings and enquiries, email or telephone us on 01776 980090.
The Mull of Galloway Trust would like to thank photographers Ian Cowe, Stephen Jolly, Fraser Duff , Andrew Jackson , John Malcolm Stephenson and Dougie Hogg for the use of their images on our website. Other images were supplied by Steve Hardy and Alison Smith of the Mull of Galloway Trust. All photographs are subject to Copyright.