Places to visit in Dumfriesshire

Dumfriesshire is a town in the Dumfries and Galloway, situated near the mouth of the River Nith into the Solway Firth. Known for its association with Scotland's National Bard Robert Burns. The town offers plenty of opportunities for gentle walks or cycles. Plenty of attractions to see around the town such as Dumfries Museum, Robert Burns Centre and Mabie Farm Park suitable for all ages.
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10.8 miles from the centre of Dumfriesshire
Cruachan House is an Arts and Crafts style classic Scottish country house set in its own extensive gardens on the edge of the village of New Galloway and surrounded by the world renowned Galloway dark sky Forest Park. Lovely, comfortable rooms and bathrooms make a stay here a must for exploring the area and all it offers.A hearty Scottish breakfast with a choice of our signature dishes gets your day off to a wonderful start. Its a peaceful retreat for those wishing to recharge their batteries
in Dumfriesshire
Hidden in 34 acres of beautiful wooded gardens, Auchen Castle in Dumfriesshire is the perfect venue for intimate wedding days and grand celebrations.
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in Dumfries & Galloway
Dating to 1796, this incredible Georgian mansion was built by James Murray, and descendants of his continued to live there until 1933, when Cally Palace was sold to the Forestry Commission. It has been a hotel since 1934. Cally Palace sits in more than 150 acres of Fleet Forest.
in Dumfries & Galloway
On the outskirts of the pretty village of Gatehouse of Fleet on the Solway coast, the Cally Palace is set within grounds of over 150 acres, and has been under the ownership of the McMillan family since 1981. The Cally Palace has 56 en-suite bedrooms, leisure facilities and an 18 hole parkland golf course.
in Dumfries & Galloway
Cally Palace Hotel & Golf Course, set within its own grounds within 500 acres of Fleet Forest, is a beautiful Georgian Mansions built in 1796. The hotel has its own 18 hole golf course and leisure facilities with something for everyone.
in Dumfries & Galloway
This 18-hole course is one of the very best parkland golf courses in Dumfries & Galloway. There is a welcoming and friendly atmosphere here, and a round on the course will be challenging as well as relaxing. There are no members and no competitions - just an excellent golf course to enjoy.
in Dumfries & Galloway
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...
in Dumfries & Galloway
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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