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New Luce is a conservation village sitting on the confluence of two rivers, Main Water of Luce and Cross Water of Luce. New Luce sits on a junction of 5 roads. There is a small community shop with Post Office which has limited opening hours and a small stock. Telephone box, there is limited signal for mobiles. A small hotel with a garden sits beside the river. There is one bed and breakfast with en-suite rooms. Both provide evening meals and packed lunches on request.
A mile from New Luce on the Southern Upland Way is the Falls of Luce, a small waterfall. The area is rich in wild life including deer, foxes, badgers and red squirrels. Birds include buzzards, herons, owls, siskins and many small birds.
Alexander Peden of the Coventanters preached in the local church at New Luce for 3 years before being imprisoned on Bass Rock.
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