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Smiths Hotel made our two day wedding stay, just perfect. Nothing too much trouble with very friendly and helpful staff. Thankyou Smiths!! X Mr & Mrs Hatley
Moffat is a beautiful part of Scotland and the town and surroundings are very scenic. The hotel is situated in a quiet location at the town perimeter but is only a short 10 minute walk into the heart
We had a very pleasant stay with a great welcome from the owners. Craigadam is a beautiful property and our bedroom was large and very comfortable, plus a great bathroom too. The supper and breadfast were excellent.
Wigtown was our first stop in Scotland, having arrived by ferry and driving in that afternoon. Our hosts were extremely helpful directing us to food and a quick driving tour of the area before sunset. The public rooms of the home are warm and welcoming, and breakfast was delicious! Deborah is an ...
Had trouble getting a local taxi and even though clearly busy the hotel managed to come and pick me from the station. Quick check in , lovely upgraded room, good broadband. A very good stay.
I would recommend this hotel, staff are great and helpful. The wee breakfast chef makes a cracking plate of food. I will say though the town is not 5 mins distance from the hotel, keep that in mind before you set off in the morning walking
DumDumfries and Galloway is the kind of getaway where everyone can find their own kind of bliss. Whether it’s enjoying the great outdoors, gorging on fresh seafood, discovering intriguing history and tales from the past or picking up some treats in local boutique stores, this Scottish region is popular with visitors of all ages, tastes and cultures.
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Spend a day in the heart of the region, Dumfries. This historical city is divided by the River Nith and dates back to the Roman times. Since then it has been home to poet Robert Burns and Peter Pan author J.M. Barrie - a truly inspirational setting to fire your imagination. Check out the riverside mill that hosts an enlightening Robert Burns exhibition.
Another favourite literary spot is Wigtown, also known as Scotland’s National Book Town. There are over 30 book businesses in this area, ready for you peruse and get lost in a good story. Kirkcudbright is another popular residency for writers and poets, also referred to as Artists’ Town.