The land at Palnackie is situated on the periphery of the village. The land is offered as a whole with part being included within the local development plan. At present the land is utilised for agricultural and equestrian purposes and subject to the necessary consents, would lend itself to a variety of commercial and semi-commercial purposes. Palnackie is a thriving community, which boasts a hotel / public house, a bistro / restaurant, primary school, village shop and an active community council. The village of Palnackie up until 1965 was a fairly successful outport of Dalbeattie and Castle Douglas, where after the harbour was mainly utilised for the cockling trade. The harbour was also known as the ‘Barlochan Basin’. The village still hosts a popular annual event known as ‘The Flounder Trampling’. The area has now become a popular tourist destination, with a busy holiday park established at the adjacent Barlochan.
The area around Palnackie is possibly the most attractive landscape in the lower Urr Valley with the county being noted for its spectacular coastline, which provides a vast range of opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast to include wonderful walks, game, coarse and sea fishing as well as shooting, sailing and cycling. There are numerous beaches and sandy coves within easy reach of the property and the area boasts numerous golf courses.
Communications to the area are much improved with the A75 trunk road providing quick access from the south via the M6 & M74. The ferry links to Northern Ireland run from Cairnryan and the international airports of Glasgow and Prestwick are within 62 miles & 85 miles respectively.
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