Dumfries and Galloway offers an exceptional standard of living. This rural region of Scotland has one of the lowest populations in the UK - around 140,000 - and offers 2,400 square miles of stunning, unspoilt scenery, from rolling countryside and rugged coastline to forests, lochs and the Galloway Hills.
The area is dotted with enchanting small towns and villages and has a very low crime rate compared to other parts of the UK. It offers opportunities for a wide range of pursuits from activities such as fishing and golf to hillwalking, sailing, horse riding, visiting historic buildings, museums and a wide range of annual events such as the Kirkcudbright Art and Craft Trail, The Wigtown Book Festival, various folk festivals and wildlife events.
The region, which borders England, is home to the Galloway Forest Park which is not only the UK's largest forest park, but also the UK’s first Dark Skies Park. It is home to a number of RSPB and nature reserves, National Scenic Areas and sites of interest including a Biosphere Reserve.
Mossband Residential Park is located on the A711 at Kirkgunzeon (pronounced Kir-GUN-yun locally), just 10 miles from Dumfries and 5 miles from Dalbeattie. See map below for our location.