Langholm is a beautiful town in which to unwind and
relax, and also offers many activities and things to do. Langholm
offers something for everyone, and Carnlea is a warm and friendly place to
return to after each days activities.
is a town renowned for its fantastic fishing locations. The River Esk
runs directly through Langholm, and anglers can enjoy an excellent fishing
experience at a reasonable price.
The season for Salmon is from the 1st February to 31st of October and Sea
Trout from 1st May to 15th of October.
Visit Esk and Liddle
offers a haven for walkers. The scenery is beautiful and the peaceful
walking routes are considered to be amongst the best in Scotland.
Discover the breathtaking hills of Eskdale for yourself.
For full and detailed information on all of the routes
available, we recommend you visit the
Langholm Walks website.
is a nine hole golf course in Langholm. Non-members are welcome to
arrive and play at the Langholm Golf Club.
For more information - and a photo gallery of the
course, visit the
Langholm Cycling Group have published a list of seven cycling routes in and
around Langholm. These routes vary in length from 14 to 75 miles, and
use mainly quiet country roads which pass through beautiful Scottish
Full route details can be found at the
Cycle Langholm website.
There is a mountain biking centre located at
Newcastleton, just nine miles from Carnlea. This centre offers a
network of trails which can be enjoyed by families, novices and those
looking to challenge themselves alike.
information can be found at the
7 Stanes website.
Langholm offers all of these activities and
much, much more. With prior arrangement, Meg and Bill can also provide
Roe Deer Stalking and local fishing. For more information on any of
these activities, or just for more detail about the town -
is definitely worth a visit.
places of Interest
Monastery and Tibetan Centre
-- Gretna Gateway
Shopping Outlet Village
"A nice place for the last stop in Scotland - too short, thank you for a warm welcome and the comfortable stay, delicious breakfast. See you soon -I hope."
August 2013, Germany