Hazlefield House Country House Bed and Breakfast
A Warm and Welcoming Country House Bed & Breakfast

Situated in a charming Georgian House with beautiful sea views from both rooms over the Solway Firth.

Relax in the peace and seclusion of our 4 acres of gardens, grounds and woodland.

Country walks on your door step. The perfect place to stay for your visit to the Galloway Viking Hoard in  Kirkcudbright.

15% Off -New Year Breaks- 15% Off

(based on two persons sharing Double or Super King Size Room)


Hazlefield House


Castle Douglas

Dumfries and Galloway



01556 640281 (landline)

07906 640209 (mobile)

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Hazlefield House is a charming, grade B listed, Georgian House set in approximately four acres of gardens and grounds, the main part dating from 1835 but with some older parts from around 1750.

Situated in the "Stewartry", one of the most scenic parts of Galloway, and from its elevated position, Hazlefield House has outstanding views across rolling farmland and the Solway Firth to the Lake District Hills. A wide panorama of hills can be seen in clear weather, from Skiddaw in the North East, through the Buttermere Fells in the centre of Scafell range in the South West.

Hazlefield House stands in peaceful mature garden grounds with fine trees and shrubs, affording guests great shelter and privacy.


To the south, there are magnificent views over the terraced lawn and Solway Firth to the distant Lakeland peaks. The wooded grounds and sweeping lawn provide an ideal setting for a quiet getaway.



Although the present building dates to the early 1800s, there has been a house on the site of Hazlefield for over 450 years. There is a tradition that when Mary, Queen of Scots fled from Scotland in 1568 she spent her last night on Scottish soil at a farmhouse known as ‘Hazlefield’.