Well situated for exploring the Galloway Forest and surrounding area. Comfortable rooms and a good breakfast to start the day.
Honestly cant think of a bad word to say about this B&B. The owner Hazel was so friendly and welcoming. Breakfasts were fantastic with fruit and cereal to help yourselves to before having a cooked breakfast. Rooms comfortable, clean and beautifully decorated, en-suite bathroom, tea and coffee facilities ...
A group of 8 of us stayed at the house for two nights over hogmanay. The house is enormous, was well equipped with everything that we needed and was spotlessly clean. The beds were incredibly comfy, and we also really enjoyed having a proper log fire. Tatiana and Alistair were very friendly and helpful, ...
Stayed here for my birthday weekend and will definitely be back. Lodges are spacious and have everything you need for a short break. The hot tub was amazing and staff on hand if needed.
Fantastic stay over Christmas with the family. Lovely and warm when arrived and lovely welcoming gift and card on the table and a xmas tree all lit up for us. Felt very welcoming. Hot tub a big hit as well. Kitchen facilities great and enough dishes to do a Christmas dinner for the whole family. ...
Unfortunately the hotel hadn’t got our booking from hotels.com but we’re able to accommodate us and upgraded us for the inconvenience. Really friendly staff. Not the most up to date decor but very clean and comfortable. Would stay again
Scotland is known throughout the world for being a proud, scenic, and historical land, and there are few places in this northern country that exemplify its beauty and unique cultural history the way that of its southernmost region of Dumfries and Galloway does. Take those first few steps out of your hotel you’ll quickly discover there are plenty of things to see and do, whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast in search of walking and biking tours, or enjoy visiting some of the UK's most majestic ruins. Famous local sites include national historical monuments such as Drumlanrig Castle in Thornhill and Sweetheart Abbey in Dumfries, as well as natural wonders like the Caerlaverock Wetland Centre.
One of the UK's most important natural landscapes and the country’s largest forested park, Galloway Forest Park is an important habitat for local wildlife that stretches over 300 square miles, and houses over one million trees as well as 250 lochs. The park is also a great destination for anyone who enjoys exploring the natural world by foot or bicycle, as there are a number of hiking paths as well as two 7stanes mountain biking centres.
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