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Owners very accommodating. We were late in arriving at the hotel but they would have made us a meal if we had wanted. Room very comfortable but a little dated. Great breakfast, with home grown and locally produced food, to set us on our way.
Quirky hotel with lovely staff. We stayed here for 4 nights while traveling to the Commonwealth games and arriving late back was not a problem. All the antiques added atmosphere and the dogs were very friendly.
Stayed here overnight, on a road trip from Sussex to Scotland. From the front the hotel is just a normal looking service station hotel, but the view from the back is amazing! There is a beautiful lake to walk around, and we had rooms with small balconies overlooking the lake. Rooms comfortable, though ...
This must be the most beautiful, forgotten part of Britain. One of the most relaxing weekends I have had, no traffic,no shops, only the sounds and sights of nature.
I was a little angsous because I had booked evening meal for our party of 11.there was no need to be worried the service and dinner was great and the landlord was frienndly and helpful, 2 of my friends are looking at staying their on our next trip.
Head to Scotland’s southwest for the woodlands, coastlines and quaint towns of Dumfries and Galloway. Expedia helps guests choose a great two star hotel from a selection of the area’s finest hotels. With such a diverse and intriguing landscape to wander around in, it won't cost you and arm and a leg to get out and enjoy the natural beauty of this beloved Scottish region.
Spend a whole day, and even a night, in this vast green forest. Hire out a bike or simply stroll along its popular trails that also wind through valleys and hills. Along the way, look out for red deer and rare black grouse, or wander through the wild goat park, where you can picnic amongst the scenery and the wildlife.
When night falls, the forest is home to the UK’s first and only Dark Sky Park. The lack of pollution and great stargazing conditions mean that visitors can spot thousands of stars and the Milky Way without using a telescope. Brilliant facilities can be found and used at the Scottish Dark Sky Observatory, which is situated towards the edge of the park.
Pack your hiking boots, take a camera for lots of photographs and wrap up in few layers for the night air to make the most out of this renowned forest.
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