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The Mull of Galloway in South West Scotland
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www.lighthouseholidaycottages.co.uk

Book your holiday at Scotland's most Southerly Point in a former Lighthouse Keepers' Cottage.
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We are now booking for 2016 holidays at Scotland's most southerly point.
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We now have a licence for wedding ceremonies at the Mull of Galloway.

Enjoy a unique Christmas at the Mull of Galloway, Scotland's most southerly point.

Arrive Saturday 20th or Sunday 21st December for a 7 night stay in Kittiwake House holiday cottage. If you don't have the time for a full 7 nights we can also offer a 4 or 5 night break instead.

Enjoy peace and tranquility with stunning sea views, cliff top walks and a cosy festive holiday cottage to enjoy your special Christmas with your loved ones. Pets are welcome too.

Contact us today to book your festive treat.
E mail info@lighthouseholidaycottages.co.uk or telephone 01776 980 090.

www.lighthouseholidaycottages.co.uk

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we are now booking for 2014 holidays at our three Lighthouse #Holiday cottages.

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Old Tour Scotland Ancestry visit Genealogy photograph of Hoy High lighthouse on Graemsay, Orkney Islands. Graemsay is an island in the western approaches to Scapa Flow. The island has two lighthouses Hoy High, and Hoy Low, both built in 1851 by Alan Stevenson for the 19th century herring industry. Alan Stevenson, born 1807 in Edinburgh, died 1865 in Portobello, was a Scottish lighthouse engineer who was Engineer to the Board of Northern Lighthouses. Among his notable works is the Skerryvore Lighthouse. A member of the famous Stevenson family of engineers, eldest son of Robert Stevenson, and brother of David and Thomas Stevenson, between 1843 and 1853 he built thirteen lighthouses in and around Scotland. The writer Robert Louis Stevenson was the son of Thomas and thus the nephew of Alan Stevenson. Scottish Blog.

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Thought i would share some more information on one of the world’s greatest  engineering family’s the Stevenson’s. 

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Visit Scotland's most southerly point during 2014.

Be amazed by the stunning panoramic sea views, climb 115 steps to the top of the Lighthouse, visit the exhibition and learn about the history and the families who used to live there, walk to the Fog horn and viewing platforms, watch the nesting birds up close on the live webcams, look out for Dolphins and Porpoises then relax in the clifftop coffee shop over a late breakfast, lunch or coffee and cake.
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