Bag yourself a bargain

Whether you are looking for quaint towns & villages with independent shops, large chains or discount stores, Dumfries & Galloway has it all. Nunland is situated at the heart of the region, so whether you are looking to travel east or west, were roughly equidistant from each border.



With its blend of old and new, the charm of Dumfries town lies in the array of shops dotted around the narrow streets running off the main thoroughfair down towards the Whitesands and the banks of the River Nith.

Town Centre: 5.7 Miles from Nunland (View Map)


Wigtown (The Book Town)

Wigtown was officially designated as Scotland's National Book Town in 1998 and is now home to a wide range of book-related businesses. A book lovers haven – and with over quarter of a million books to choose from, old and new ... it is impossible to escape empty-handed.

Town Centre: 49.7 Miles from Nunland (View Map)


Gretna Gateway Shopping Village

Usually open 7 days a week, from10am to 6pm the Gretna Gateway Shopping Village has outlet stors from Next, Marks & Spencer, Superdry, Ralph Lauren, Denby and many many more, there's plenty of free parking and for those that just can't live without access onlene, the centre also offers free WiFi throughout the site.

Shopping Centre: 30.2 Miles from Nunland (View Map)


Kirkcudbright (The Artists Town)

Between around 1850 and 1950 Kirkcudbright was an established artists colony. Today the town boasts numerous gallleries and the work of the current generation can be seen in exhibitions in the town's galleries, some of the artists themselves can sometimes be seen at work in the studios in the Tolbooth Art Centre.

Town Centre: 22.7 Miles from Nunland (View Map)


Castle Douglas

Nestling between the Galloway hills and forests to the north and the sweeping beaches of the Solway Firth to the south, the historic market town of Castle Douglas has something for everyone – whether you’re local or visiting. The historic market town of Castle Douglas has always been at the heart of local agricultural and commercial life. Today the town continues to flourish.

Town Centre: 13.6 Miles from Nunland (View Map)