Dalbeattie Domain & Southern Uplands Server

Community and Major Websites :-
Moffat Ram Dalbeattie Birch River Cree at sunset
Moffat Town :
Link to Official
Website and Server
Dalbeattie Town
Website & History
Creetown :
Link to Official
Website and Server
Galloway
Glass,
engravers
Carsethorn - Historic
Emigrant Port
Craigadam B&B
and
Country Larder
Accommodation Websites And Pages (see also Community Sites and Hotels & Inns):-
Quality
Farmhouse
Holidays
Braefield House
B&B Portpatrick
Bankfield Farm
B&B Glenluce
Barclosh Farm
Self-Catering Cottages
Low Kirkbride B&B
and Activity Holidays
Craigadam B&B/S-C
Kirkpatrick Durham
Hartfell House,
Moffat
Well Road Centre,
Moffat
2, Stable Cottage,
Moffat
Summerlea Cottage,
Moffat
Glencairn
Moffat
No. 6 Moffat
Self-Catering
Hotels, Inns, Pubs & Cafes :-
Crowsnest Cafe, Palnackie
Borgue Hotel
B & B, Borgue
Pheasant
Hotel
Dalbeattie
King's Arms
Hotel
Dalbeattie
Steamboat Inn B&B
Carsethorn
Mariner Hotel
Kippford
Thistle Inn
Crossmichael
Crowsnest Cafe
Palnackie

Commercial, Craft and Tourist Sites :-
Ian A. McDonald - Quarrying Consultant Kirkhouse Trout Fishery Carl Greenaway, Artist
Ian A. McDonald
Quarrying
Consultant
PRS Building
Contractors
Palnackie
Safety Advisory
Services (Scotland) Ltd.
Kirkhouse Farm
Trout Fishery Kirkbean
David Borthwick
Wedding Photography
Elliott Services
Printing and Design
Carl Greenaway
Artist

Titanic, Charity & Information Sites :

Murdoch of
the 'Titanic'
Stuart Williamson
'Titanic' artist
Solway Harvester
Appeal Fund
Kippford
Millenium
Cross
Hazelnut Ideas
teaching
at home
Royal Observer
Corps History

Links to Sites Operated by Other Organisations


Welcome to Dalbeattie

The town of Dalbeattie was founded in 1793 as a mill town, a port and a granite quarrying centre. It has still got its Craignair Hill quarry, but now makes most of its income from tourism and service industries. Visitors to Dumfries and Galloway (south west Scotland) are invited to try our town for themselves. It looks beautiful in any kind of weather and we offer a warm welcome.

The Downy Birch (Betula pubescens) is common in Western Scotland, and for Dalbeattie it has a special meaning. The name 'Dalbeatha' means 'Vale of the Birches', so this was chosen as the site logo. Many birches grow in the valley of the Urr, which remains a relatively unspoilt and beautiful part of Scotland.

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