Twynholm village is situated in
Dumfries and Galloway southwest Scotland,
47 miles east of Stranraer, 25 miles
southwest of Dumfries, just off the
main A75 road.
Twynholm has two hotels, old church,
and now two top attractions - The
Cocoa Bean Company and David Coulthard Museum under
half of a mile east.
See also a large Click On Map for the
area Top Attractions.
The image top is of the War Memorial on the
east side of the village.
The Star Hotel is situated
on the Main Street in the village centre, ideal
for drinks and meals.
The Hayton Coulthard Haulage is situated at
the bottom of Kirk Brae, joint owned by the
David Coulthard family.
1700s - the first school is opened in the
village at the top of Kirk Brae.
1818 - Twynholm Parish Church is completed
at the top of Kirk Brae and on Manse Road.
1911 - the new primary school opened on the
site of the old school.
1973 - the A75 bypass is completed reducing
traffic through the village.
The image right is from the bottom of Kirk
Brae at the Burnbank Hotel.
2010 - The Cocoa Bean Company opened
its new large building half of a mile east,
with a large indoor and outdoor kids play, cafe
/ diner, and chocolate sales.
2015 - the David
Coulthard Museum moved from Twynholm to the
Cocoa Bean Factory with a number of cars he
drove and professional simulators.