A stunning winter landscape with a snow-covered road, stone wall, and tracks, under an icy blue sky with fluffy white clouds. Serene and untouched. peaceful park with a wooden picnic table, benches, and lush green surroundings under a clear blue sky with fluffy white clouds.


From the M6 follow the A74M to Gretna Green, at Junction 22 take the A75 West towards Dumfries and Stranraer.

Follow the A75 past Dumfries, on the Castle Douglas bypass take the A713 sign posted for Ayr, follow this road for 2 miles and turn left at Town head of Greenlaw on to the B795 signed for Laurieston. After 4 miles you will come to the crossroads in Laurieston, go straight on here on to the C13 signed Gatehouse of Fleet. After 2.5 miles on this narrow road you will enter an avenue of beech trees, Ramerish is the second house at the end of the avenue of beech trees, on the right hand side.

Access to it is through the swept dyke, there is a sign at the end of the dyke.

From Stranraer follow the A75 passed Newton Stewart until you come to Gatehouse of Fleet. Turn left for Gatehouse of Fleet and follow the road all the way up the High Street.

At the top of the High Street, just passed the Murray Arms, turn left on to the C13 signed Laurieston. Follow this narrow road for 7 miles, you will cross 2 cattle grids and enter Laurieston forest. Ramerish is the first house at the side of the road on the left immediately before you come to an avenue of beech trees. The entrance to Ramerish is via the swept dyke, or the forest road beside the property, there is a sign at the end of the dyke. ‍

Arriving at your destination

We ask guests to arrive from 3.15pm onwards and, if possible, advise us of your estimated arrival time. Thank you.

To gain access to the door key, you will find a key lock box to the left of the front door which requires a code.

Please note: Your personal code to access the key will be emailed to you prior to your arrival. Please ensure that you add our email to your address book.

looking down the road with big green trees each side