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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 ...
Had a lovely night here. Everything was clean and in good order. Breakfast was excellent. There was a problem with my payment which I only noticed when I got home, but I rang the hotel and it was all sorted out in an efficient and friendly manner.
The staff are very friendly and helpful. Breakfast is delicious. Rooms are small and basic but clean and just what we needed for 2night stay to attend a wedding. Only down side is walls very thin and can hear a lot from the next room. First night was no issue at all but second night I got a room ...
Indulge yourself by planning a getaway to Dumfries and Galloway, and by booking one of the Scotland's luxury hotels with Expedia . This wonderful part of the world is a huge outdoor playground of thrilling activities, historical landmarks and beautiful scenery. Accompanied by an award-winning dining scene and boutique shopping, it’s an ideal retreat to escape to for a while.
See Dumfries House is a Palladian mansion built by the Adam brothers in the 18th Century. It sits in Cumnock, which is east of Ayr. Prince Charles ensured the preservation of this architectural delight, furnished with Chippendale furniture and artwork. Book onto one of the daily tours to discover its full story.
Explore Broughton House Garden, a result of a 19th century trip to Japan by artist E.A. Hornel. The Japanese style is startling, but beautiful within its Scottish surroundings and visitors can come and enjoy the colourful gardens, and see original species selected by the artist.
Drumlanrig Castle Gardens boasts 40 acres of plants and flowers. The Formal Garden, Shawl and East Paterre, and the Long Terrace Walk date back to the 17th and 18th centuries. Its Victorian paths lead guests to heather covered pavilions made from rustic birch and larch.
Book a treat for yourself by planning a holiday to Dumfries and Galloway, where you can step away from your nine to five and embrace this pretty part of Scotland.