Three miles south of Dalbeattie, a right hand turn down a small side road leads you to the unspoilt waterside village of Kippford, regarded by many as being the loveliest seaside village in the wholeof South West Scotland. The Anchor Inn is nestled on the banks of Urr Water as it makes its final journey into the Solway estuary. On a clear day you can even see the spectacular peaks of The Lake District.
Ravenshill was built in 1874 as the home of the Factor of the Estate of Lockerbie. There is a large garden with lawns, mature trees and a private car park. It has been converted to a hotel retainingmany of the traditional features but with all modern comforts. We aim for a warm, friendly and relaxed air at Ravenshill. We are easy to find from the A74 motorway, we are situated in a quiet residential area on the edge of the village 5 minutes walk west of the town centre.
Where comfortable rooms, great food and a friendly welcome awaits you! The Queens Hotel is a privately run 21 bedroom country house hotel is set in three acres of lovingly tended grounds and it offerscharacter as well as modern facilities. The hotel is situated on the outskirts of Lockerbie in a semi-rural location. The train station is a mere 15 minute walk away and the Queens Hotel can easily be accessed from Junction 18 coming from the South or Junction 17 coming from the North on the M74.
Crown Hotel is a first-class tavern in Lockerbie town centre and is one of the best venues in south-west Scotland. Four Twin, one Triple and one Double Master Bedroom. Four rooms are en suite and twowith shared bathroom. The hotel's rooms are newly refurbished and finished to a high standard. Free Wi-Fi is available to all our guests in restaurant, bar and rooms.
The Historic Market Town of Lockerbie has had it's Farmers gather at this Town Centre location for over 200years. The recently renamed Drovers Inn Hotel boasts from having 7 newly refurbished bedroomson the first floor. Each room comprises of a Double and a Single bed, maximising availability for the needs of all guests who wish to stay at the once Bluebell Hotel. The bedrooms offer guests Free WiFi, provide Towels and Linen, a Hairdryer, Free Toiletries and a Television.
The King's Arms Hotel is reputed to be one of the oldest establishments in Lockerbie, Dumfries and Galloway, dating from the 17th Century. Over the years it has played host to many a weary traveller,including Bonnie Prince Charlie in 1745 & Sir Walter Scott in 1813. It is quite likely that Robert Burns was also a patron of the hotel as he lived only 14 miles away in Dumfries.
Modern, warm and comfortable ensuite bedrooms with television, tea and coffee making facilities included. Less than 5 minutes' walk from Lockerbie Train Station, The Townhead Hotel offerswell-appointed bed and breakfast accommodation in south-west Scotland. There is free Wi-Fi and parking at The Townhead, and a free pick-up service from the station.
There aim is to constantly upgrade the hotel and keep there customers coming back to this very interesting hotel. Originally it was a coaching hotel, and has been developed into a hotel over theyears, and its history dates back to the 18th century. We have an amazing social scene in Queens berry, and find that most businesses meet here for meetings and events.
A listed building which began life in the 1730's and thus steeped in history. We are located seconds from M74 providing easy access from anywhere in the UK. We are a family run business that pridesitself on giving a warm welcome and making your stay a memorable one.
During your weekend gateways you will find Worcestershire a great destination. The place has a lot of shopping centres where you can go and spend time with your family members while doing shopping.The place has great history which makes it a great destination for you to spend your time out.