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Drummore is the largest and most southerly of all the Rhins villages, as well as having the distinction of being Scotland’s most southerly village.
The village of Drummore is fortunate to have a small supermarket, a general/ironmongers store the Ship Inn and the Queens Hotel. There is also a Post Office, and you can get fuel and repairs done at the village garage. Drummore has a Primary School, and you will find local information available at Kirkmaiden Information Centre in the main street of Drummore village.
Clashwhannan Caravan Park and Pub, greets you as you enter Drummore and you will find a caravan site at Maryport when you leave, towards the south.
Drummore has a harbour, the pier of which was built at the beginning of the last century by A. McDowall, corn merchant and tenant of High Curghie. It is now used by the M.O.D. in connection with the West Freugh air base, and local skippers for sea angling.
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