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7 Stanes Accommodation

Craigadam is very lucky to be so close to 5 of the 7 Stanes, home to some of Europes best mountain bike trails.


7 Stanes Dalbeattie

18 minutes from Craigadam

Dalbeattie forest has some great routes, including the famous Hardrock Trail (nearly 27km in length) and will have you begging for more. It is mainly a route for intermediates upwards but all the difficult sections have easy option routes so everyone can give it a go.


7 Stanes Mabie

22 minutes from Craigadam

Mabie Forest has excellent mountain biking for all skills levels. 7stanes trails and other activities on site, which include attractive forest walks, loads of wildlife and very importantly an amazing play-park for the kids – they’ll love it! also.


7 Stanes Ae

36 minutes from Craigadam

Mountain biking at Ae has rich origins in downhill and competition racing. There’s been many a gruelling XC race here and the downhill track is one of the top locations in the calendar.  On-site there’s a well-stocked bike shop and welcoming cafe, along with a regular Uplift service for those who prefer their peddling to be downhill!


7 Stanes Kirroughtree

45 minutes from Craigadam

Kirroughtree Forest is about three miles away from Newton Stewart in Dumfries and Galloway. If you are looking for biking that caters for families through to experts then Kirroughtree is a great place to go.


7 Stanes Glentrool

60 minutes from Craigadam

Located in the heart of Galloway Forest Park. It’s a fascinating area rich in beauty and home to the south of Scotland’s highest mountain – the magnificent Merrick. With all that rugged landscape at your disposal then you’d expect a mountain bike trail to be there somewhere! Well… now there is!




Craigadam is a 1703 house set in 700 acres, where pheasants strut proudly up the drive. The farmhouse becomes a 'country house' inside: a sitting room with three vast sofas and numerous chairs, a dining table that seats 26, seven rooms in the stables, three more in the house, a billiard room and an honesty bar. Delightful, energetic Celia pulls it all together and creates a house-party feel. The food and wines are fabulous and the lamb, venison, partridge and duck come from the family's organic farm. Retire to a themed bedroom, a deep soak and a comfortable bed.
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