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I stayed here with my truck on my way back to Nottingham from Glasgow. I paid £45 and got a good night's sleep, which is what it's all about really. Good points: 1 minute off the M74 Parking (£24 on its own) included in the £45 room price Friendly, helpful receptionist Comfortable bed Huge, clean, ...
Owners very accommodating. We were late in arriving at the hotel but they would have made us a meal if we had wanted. Room very comfortable but a little dated. Great breakfast, with home grown and locally produced food, to set us on our way.
Stayed here overnight, on a road trip from Sussex to Scotland. From the front the hotel is just a normal looking service station hotel, but the view from the back is amazing! There is a beautiful lake to walk around, and we had rooms with small balconies overlooking the lake. Rooms comfortable, though ...
This must be the most beautiful, forgotten part of Britain. One of the most relaxing weekends I have had, no traffic,no shops, only the sounds and sights of nature.
Friendly comfortable hotel - like staying with friends. Although we arrived late we were greeted by name (so was our dog) and we had a good hot bar meal at a very reasonable price. We will be back
Wonderful wildlife is rife in Scotland and there are lots of fascinating creatures to be spotted in Dumfries and Galloway. Pet friendly hotels provide a comfortable base for any visitors wishing to bring a domestic animal friend along. Expedia finds accommodation to suit requirements by searching through a pool of hotels using a quick and easy search tool.
The beaches, hills and forests in this region are great spots for long dog walks. The Solway Coast is a popular stretch of coastline (over 100 miles!) towards the south of the Dumfries and Galloway. It’s also a brilliant place to take a picnic or join in on some of the beach fun. Powfoot Beach is another top choice for animal lovers, boasting lots of fascinating birdlife that will keep both animal and owner alike, happy.
Galloway Forest Park is a beautiful expanse of land for visitors to walk, cycle or run around. Along the way, look out for red deer and the rare black grouse. There is even a wild goat park on site where you can stop and break out your lunch at one of the many outdoor dining areas in the park. Wildlife flourishes in this green, leafy environment, so prepare to see all sorts of species.