2014 Opening Hours:
February: Saturday 1st – Sunday 2nd 10am – 4pm
Friday 7th – Sunday 23rd 10am – 4pm
Friday 28th 10am – 4pm
March: Open daily 10am-4pm
April - end October: Open daily 10am-5pm
During Easter, Whitsun and Summer school holiday periods we will be open daily from 10am--6pm
There is extensive parking at Kirroughtree, however parking charges do apply at all Galloway Forest Park visitor centres, from £1 for an hour to £3 for a full day's parking. If you are a regular visitor to the Galloway Forest Park we recommend considering a 12 month parking pass which costs £36 and is available to purchase at Kirroughtree Visitor Centre.
Menu Sourcing Policy
Cream o’ Galloway is committed to buying local and environmentally friendly products wherever possible.
The beef and lamb on our menu comes from our own organic farm at Gatehouse of Fleet, where we also produce our famous ice cream.
Our bacon, sausages and ham comes from Caron and Robert Stewart of Clash Farm near Port Logan, haggis is supplied by John D Owen & Son in Newton Stewart and our free range organic eggs are from Mrs McMynn’s at New Abbey.
We have used Galloway Lodge Preserves for many years, and their innovative range of chutneys and jams means there is always something new for us to tempt you with.
Our teas and coffees are Fairtrade and we are proud to stock a selection of locally produced crafts that reflect our beautiful region and the inspiring people who live and work here.
We offer an extensive range of vegetarian and gluten free menu options.
We hope you enjoy your time with us.
Kirroughtree Visitor Centre is in Galloway Forest Park. Newton Stewart and Creetown. is the nearest town or village.
From Newton Stewart: Take A75 signposted Dumfries for 3 miles. Turn left at Palnure signposted Kirroughtree Visitor Centre.
From New Galloway: Take A712 to Newton Stewart. Turn left at T-junction onto A75. Turn left at Palnure signposted Kirroughtree Visitor Centre.
By Bus: Service 431 from Newton Stewart to Kirkcudbright. Exit the bus at Palnure, a short walk from Kirroughtree Visitor Centre.