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After a horrendous 7 hours journey, I was looking forward to relaxing at the Townhead. Faultless. The staff were welcoming, and looked after me very well. The room was clean and comfortable and the meal and breakfastI were delicious. Fantastic selection of gins, if that is your tipple. Great cheese ...
Townhead Hotel£54Townhead Hotel£54
ideally located just off the motorway in Lockerbie, parking plenty around the corner, friendly & helpful staff, excellent evening meal and breakfast, would recommend
The King's Arms Hotel£75The King's Arms Hotel£75
Booked on line but was not expected. Hotel in darkness when arrived. Got a room but heating was not on it was freezing and I had to sleep in my hoodie. I was given a halogen heater which did not help and because of the light it gave off it was uncomfortable. Staff lovely but would not come back.
Kirkconnel Hall Hotel£54Kirkconnel Hall Hotel£54
Pleasant hotel nice room and very clean. On arrival had to wait a while for keys however and weren't told any information or where anything was. This could be improved.
Black Horse Hotel£54Black Horse Hotel£54
Very good level of service. The rooms are in need of a little upgrade. They’re a bit careworn. Very good food in the restaurant with historic photos of Moffat.
Buccleuch Arms Hotel & Restaurant£79Buccleuch Arms Hotel & Restaurant£79
Hotel was lovely, confortable friendly helpful staff, leisure facilities spot on would definately stay here again plenty of choice at breafast
Cairndale Hotel£50Cairndale Hotel£50
Scotland is a country that is known throughout the world for being the native land of the sport of golf, and a trip to the southern most region of Dumfries and Galloway would not be complete without a visit to the local links and links hotel. Whether you’ve newly taken up the game or are seasoned golfer, you’ll soon discover a number of hidden-gem courses in this region, which are virtually unknown by the golfing masses, but are some of the best the country has to offer.
For those on a golfing tour of Scotland there are no better places to stay than at one of the country’s many golf hotels, where you’ll not only be close to the action, be will also be able to soak up the history of the sport and its importance in local culture. From Southerness Golf Club on the Solway Coast to Portpatrick’s moorland Dunksey course, you’ll be thankful you included this region in your golfing holiday.