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We had a lovely time here. This is the second time we have stayed and have already booked for a third trip. The food was beautiful and reasonable in price. The room was clean, quiet and well appointed. The walks around the grounds were picturesque. My wife had dropped her motorbike and we were offered ...
We had a very good and comfortable room/suite (Ruthwell Suite) complete with four poster and a large private bathroom. The evening meal was one of the best I have had for a long time. The quality of the steak I had was superb and it had been cooked to perfection. The castle itself is fascinating ...
Greeted at car by Fiona. Rooms are beautifully decorated. Our room had Jacuzzi tub with romantic floor lighting, separate rain shower, slipper, robes, tea pot with bottled water, tea, coffee and biscuits and 2 chairs at bay window overlooking the ocean. The breakfast was wonderful. Can't say enough ...
Scotland’s southern region of Dumfries and Galloway is home to one of the country’s richest mixtures of stunning natural scenery and important cultural sites. Whether you’re wanting to enjoy the atmosphere of a traditional Scottish hotel, are an outdoor enthusiast who enjoys exploring the rugged coastline, beaches, and large forested parks, or are a fan of literary legends and historical architecture, you’ll quickly discover a range of sites to visit and enjoy on your tour of this idyllic region.
For those wanting to experience and authentic Scottish holiday, be sure to book your stay at one of the Dumfries and Galloway's historic hotels, where you’ll experience all the great traditional comforts and tastes that Scotland has to offer. To plan your stay, browse and book with Expedia's easy-to-use search tool.
Running through the coastal area of Dumfries and Galloway is the Solway Coast Heritage Trail, which provides visitors with the perfect path to discovering the history of the this part of Scotland. Make your way to the famed Caerlaverock Castle in Dumfries, or head to the Robert Burns Centre, where you can read original manuscripts by the nation's most cherished poet.
Don’t miss out on the chance to visit this mythical and picturesque region of Scotland.