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B&B in Kirkcudbright, Castle Douglas and New Galloway


Hamilton House, Dumfries
No pets

Hamilton House    Dumfries

Hamilton House is a 4 star Guest House which has been fully refurbished to the highest standard. We have 7 spacious, comfortable ensuite bedrooms tastefully decorated with soft colours complimented with mahogany furniture to give our guests a sense of comfort and tranquility. All 7 rooms have hospitality trays and large flat screen digital televisions..Breakfast is served in the dining room which adjoins a comfortable guest lounge where our guests can relax.Free WiFi is available throughout the guest house.

Springfield, Colvend

Springfield    Colvend

Springfield is a recently modernised extended cottage set in mainly open countryside just outside the village of Colvend.We offer comfortable bedrooms and public areas and a warm welcome for all our guests.Colvend is an ideal centre for exploring this beautiful, but largely unknown, area of Scotland. We are witin a mile of sandy beaches, several golf courses are nearby - the closest only a half mile away, castles, gardens, historic ruins all within a few miles. The is a local deer park and at Kirkcudbright an animal park.

Brookford B&B, St John s Town of Dalry
Wifi / broadband

Brookford B&B    St John s Town of Dalry

Brookford B&B has just won the 2016/17 VisitScotland Regional Thistle Award for the Most Hospitable B&B in the West of Scotland.Situated in the picturesque village of St. Johns Town of Dalry near Castle Douglas on the edge of the enchanting.Galloway Forest & Dark Skies Park, Brookford B&B.offers 4 star, dog friendly, double, twin or single, ensuite bed and breakfast accommodation to visitors wishing to experience the unspoilt beauty and wildlife of The Glenkens.an undiscovered gem in the heart of Dumfries and Galloway, southern Scotland.

Cruachan House, Castle Douglas

Cruachan House    Castle Douglas

Newly opened.for 2016, Cruachan House is an Arts and Crafts style Scottish country house set within.three acres of enchanting mature gardens and woodland, that are completely at the disposal of guests to relax, dine alfresco and sit and take in the extensive views of the Glenkens by day, and the Milky Way at night from an area of famed dark sky..The house is on the very doorstep of the Galloway Forest Park and this is a place of great natural beauty and tranquillity.

Farhills Farm Bed and Breakfast, Castle Douglas

Farhills Farm Bed and Breakfast    Castle Douglas

Come and spend few days at our Bed & Breakfast in a beautiful traditional stone built Galloway farmhouse. Surrounded by open green fields and forest, this working farm is an ideal location to relax and enjoy the tranquil environment and stunning scenery.. Situated in beautiful Dumfries and Galloway, South West Scotland, Farhills Farm is one mile from the quaint village of Auchencairn..There are 2 bedrooms available, both of which has been recently redecorated and furnished to a high standard.

Kirk House, Gatehouse of Fleet

Kirk House    Gatehouse of Fleet

A warm welcome awaits visitors to our comfortable and homely guest house on the edge of the pretty hamlet of Girthon . Lovely grounds and stunning views all round with the sea twinkling in the distance, just a mile down the road.. Kirk House is set amid the lovely Galloway landscape of woods, rivers, hills and winding lanes and offers a warm and peaceful haven. It is the perfect spot for rest and relaxation..

Dee View, Kirkcudbright

Dee View    Kirkcudbright

Situated in the beautiful town of Kirkcudbright in the heart of Dumfries & Galloway. Dee View bed & breakfast enjoys an elevated position overlooking the Dee Estuary. We are only a few minutes walk to the centre of town and the harbour. We are in an ideal location for golfers as we are only five minutes to the local 18 hole golf course. Cyclist walkers & anglers are welcome and we provide secure storage for any equipment together with ample off street parking.


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