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This 18th Century Coaching Inn was originally built to provide food, ale and shelter for travellers and coaches on the Old Edinburgh Road between Ireland and Edinburgh. The hotel is a superb centre for fishing, golfing, hill walking, family cycling on the surrounding quiet country roads, mountain biking on the world famous 7 Stanes routes, bird watching, photography, shooting and stalking, field and water-sports or for simply relaxing and taking in the wonderful scenery.
Welcome to.The Ship , a family owned hotel business offering 4.luxury accommodation across ten en-suite bedrooms all recently renovated with designer bathrooms, flat screen TVs and coffee machines/fridge. Located in Gatehouse of Fleet a tranquil conservation village in the heart of Galloway - close to the Dark Skies Forest Park and less than a mile from world renowned sandy beaches.
Clonyard hotel is a small, friendly family run hotel. It caters both for visitors to the area and the many local guests who call in for meals and drinks. Those with business in the nearby towns will find Clonyard a relaxing retreat at the end of the day. We are only 25 minutes drive from Dumfries.
The Nithsdale Hotel is situated in the Royal Burgh Town of Sanquhar, in the tranquil surroundings of the Nith Valley. We like to make all our guests very welcome with our warm, lively atmosphere.The Hotel is an ideal place to stay if you are doing the Southern Upland Way Walk, Lands End to John O Groats Cycle Run or Fishing on The River Nith.
Craigadam is quite special and offers something a bit different. Fine country house accommodation in a beautiful and convenient location.Guests and non residents are welcome to book for dinner which is taken family style.around the large oak table in the wood panelled dinning room. Much of the food comes from their own farm or within a few miles of it and the cooking is superb..Spacious and characterful accommodation in large courtyard rooms.Free wifi...
The Old Station House is situated in what was the station yard at Bridge of Dee.The guest accomodation is in two beautifully prepared ensuite rooms. Both rooms have king sized beds, TV and tea and coffee facilities. Room 1 has a large wet room attached and room 2 has an ensuite shower and toilet.Although the station closed in 1947 and the last trains passed through in the early 1960 s there are still a number of original features of the old station.
Are you looking for a traditional Scottish, homely hotel, oozing a warmth and friendly welcome that will make you glad you ventured to this picturesque, corner of Dumfriesshire.Views over the estuary,.panoramic landscapes of the hills, stunning sunrise and sunset vistas, await you from your room..Getting out to explore on foot or car will get you up close with nature and offer scenic journeys that will give you lasting memories of your break in this lovely corner of Scotland.
Decorated with a blend of antique and more modern furnishings, centrally.heated throughout and in an excellent location for exploring this region of.Scotland and playing golf. You will be most welcome in the warmest of.hospitality traditions.. We have welcomed an ever increasing number of golfers to The Imperial Hotel.With more than 34 golf courses in the area, great countryside and our.hospitality we are perfect for golf breaks, they have all enjoyed their stay.and many return year on year..We have a total of 12 bedrooms.
Located in the heart of Dalbeattie,.The Granite Town of Southwest Scotland, the Birchtree Hotel is the perfect setting from a leisurely coffee to a night to remember with friends. Dalbeattie itself is the largest town in the Stewartry district of Dumfries and Galloway, located some 13 miles from Dumfries, the regional capital, The Gateway to the Solway Coast. /p.p With 12 tastefully decorated superior en suite bedrooms to choose from, each individually named to celebrate the local area and Dalbeatties heroes of the past.