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Auchencairn Auchencairn is a traditional Scottish village consisting mainly of stone houses dating from the early 17th century. Auchencairn is located on the heritage coastline of the Solway Estuary, an area of unspoiled hills, cliffs, islands, bays and beaches known locally as the Scottish Riviera.
Auchencairn enjoys a particularly mild climate due to its coastal position and there is a lively and welcoming community that takes pride in the appearance and history of the village. Several craft and specialist businesses operate successfully in Auchencairn, although it is predominantly a farming community.
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