About Castlewigg Lodge

Castlewigg Lodge is listed with Historic Scotland.  It was built in 1830 as a 'Dower House' for Castlewigg Manor House.  One of it's most famous previous occupants was author of 'Ring of Bright Water' Gavin Maxwell's Grandfather, the Rt. Hon. Sir Herbert Eustace Maxwell, 7th Baronet of Monreith, who lived here after he was married aged 21 until he inherited the Monreith Estate after his father died eight years later.

There are three comfortable en-suite guest rooms; a family room and double room on the first floor and a twin room on the ground floor.  All our rooms have free WiFi, wall mounted flat screen TVs, tea & coffee making facilities, and a hair dryer. Laundry, ironing and drying facilities are available; just ask!

We have a large garden, log fire, dark skies, a relaxed attitude, peace and tranquillity in abundance, and there is a full size pool table, dart board, board games and lending library in the guest lounge.

You can book online, email or phone.  No prepayment required.  

  • Hammocks in the garden
    Hammocks in the garden At Castlewigg Lodge B&B
  • View of Castlewigg Lodge B&B
    View of Castlewigg Lodge B&B From Cottage Hill
  • View from Castlewigg Lodge
    View from Castlewigg Lodge
  • Ozzie in the garden
    Ozzie in the garden
  • Tess in the garden
    Tess in the garden
  • Front of house
    Front of house Castlewigg Lodge B&B
  • Guest Dining Room
    Guest Dining Room

Breakfast 

Served in the dining room, at a time that suits you. Help yourself to tea, coffee, fruit juice and cereals or order porridge.

Choose from sausage (or vegetarian or gluten free sausage), bacon, haggis, black pudding, potato scone, mushrooms, tomatoes, beans, and your choice of cooked free range eggs.

If you prefer not to have breakfast please call or email to book a 'room only' option which will be 10% discount

Special diets

I will be pleased to prepare breakfast for those requiring vegetarian or with special diets; please let me know your requirements when you book.

Member of the Galloway and Southern Ayrshire Biosphere

We are proud to uphold the principles of the Galloway and Southern Ayrshire Biosphere Charter. Our home is heated with biomass fuel and cleaned with environmentally conscious cleaning products.  Tomatoes are home grown in season and we serve homemade preserves made from fruit grown here in the garden.  Breakfast ingredients are sourced locally whenever possible, and sausages, bacon, black pudding and haggis are made and supplied by our local butcher Steven Cronnie in Wigtown.