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Shops

New Galloway Community Shop

Monday - Saturday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm

Sunday 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Closed for lunch 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm

Petrol Station

The nearest petrol station is in St John's Town of Dalry.

Open 24 hours.

Leave New Galloway on the A712 signposted 'Crocketford'. Cross the river and at the Ken Bridge Hotel turn left onto the A713 and Dalry is 3 miles North.

Hotels

There are two hotels in New Galloway: The Cross Keys Tel.01644420494 and the Kenmure Arms Tel. 01644420242, both on the High Street.

The Ken Bridge Hotel Tel. 01644420211 is on the other side of the river at the junction of the A712 and the A713.

The Clachan Inn and the Lochinvar are in nearby St John's Town of Dalry.

Tea Rooms

The Smithy Tea-room, New Galloway is on the High Street, turn left at the shop. It is closed in winter but open from the 1st March till the end of October. Opening hours are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Closed every Tuesday. Tel. 01644420269

The CatStrand Arts Centre is also on the High Street just beyond the Smithy.

It is open 7 days a week and has a shop with gifts, cards and tourist information. There is a Gallery and café and many events - see the programme.

Parks

New Galloway Park is opposite the CatStrand where there is a children's play area.

Post Office

New Galloway is fortunate enough to still have a Post Office, it is situated on the opposite side of the High Street from the shop.

Churches

There are 2 churches in New Galloway. St Margaret's Episcopal Church is on the Ken Bridge Road opposite the park and has communion services every Sunday at 10:30 am. Kells Parish Church of Scotland is up Kirk Road, it has services on the third Sunday of the month at 10:00 am. On the other Sundays there are services at Dalry Parish Church or Balmaclellan Parish Church.

Golf Course

New Galloway Golf Course is on the edge of the village towards Mossdale. Visitors are welcome to the 9-hole course where the course climbs from a traditional clubhouse in a woodland setting up to open moorland where golfers can enjoy views of Loch Ken and the surrounding Galloway Hills.

Local Facilities