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Castle Douglas lies on the south bank of the Douglas Water. Some parts of the village date back over a thousand years. The village is home to the castle remains, churches, a heritage museum and a good collection of monuments and statues.
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1.4 miles from centre of Castle Douglas
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Explore one of the Finest Gardens in Scotland Threave´s spectacular gardens have been created over the years by students of the National Trust For Scotlands´s School of Practical Gardening. The gardens are constantly evolving to suit the needs of the school but they´re open all year giving interest from season to season. In spring, however, the gardens are carpeted with over 200 varieties of daffodil complementing the spring flowering shrubs and trees. Later, you can admire succulent ...
6.8 miles from centre of Castle Douglas
Not just a hotel, Craigadam just outside of Dumfries offers something of an experience along with the promise of a good night's sleep. Each of its seven bedrooms is inspired by Chinese, Victorian, Indian, Creole, Scandinavian, Scottish and Mackintosh interiors, lending a rather memorable touch to your stay. When you're not admiring the decor, chill out in the lounge or improve your shot in the Billiards Room; and we highly recommend you sample the meat and game from the family's organic farm....
8.8 miles from centre of Castle Douglas
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Explore the Stunning Gardens of Broughton House Broughton House and its gardens is a curious but appealing mix of Japanese and Scottish styles, set out in the early 1900s by artist E.A. Hornel. The sunken courtyard with its Japanese cherries and low level planting leads to a Japanese-inspired cottage garden. The garden also features a rose parterre, glasshouse, herbaceous borders and box hedges are well laid out to give the illusion of space. A huge rainwater tank feeds the lily poo...
8.8 miles from centre of Castle Douglas
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Explore the Artist's Haven of Broughton House A visit to 18th century Broughton House offers an intimate insight into the former home of Glasgow Boy E A Hornel. His home is full with wonderful works that he and the other Glasgow Boys created. Plus pottery, sculpture, bronzes and period furniture and the whole house has been carefully maintained to give a real feel of what a successful artist's home was like in the early 20th century. Don't miss Hornel's library – it has well over 15,...
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