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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.
The B&B is situated just outside central Dumfries (10 mins walk to the river) close to the railway station and with good links to the A75 to get out and about. The B&B has generously proportioned rooms with ensuites. The owners are very friendly and provide a good choice for breakfast each day. It ...
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
parking outside, warm welcome, shown to ground floor twin room. There was bottled water, tea, coffee and was asked if we would like fresh milk for our drinks. Asked to register and state preferences for breakfast. In the bathroom, walk-in shower but no seat, there was shampoo, conditioner( not working ...
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.