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June 2017: The Resorts of North Devon

Devon is the only county in England with two separate coasts, north and south. It is the latter that is perhaps better known and more ...More
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Dumfries and Galloway Reports

County Review by Milan Kuzmanovic on May 22nd, 2007
I live in Serbia!I want come to dumfries!

Brighouse Bay, Dumfries and Galloway

Review of Brighouse Bay by karen, andy &Stephanie on June 27th, 2006
we decided to stay at brighouse bay following a recomendation, We all felt it was one of the best camp sites we had stayed on, swimming pool was excellent, shower facilities brilliant, our seven year old daughter enjoyed the horse riding, everywhere was nice and clean and the staff very helpful. We look forward to going again

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Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway

Review of Castle Douglas by Steve & Chris Laycock on February 26th, 2006
Castle Douglas is a thriving market town with a wealth of individual shops to explore no "clone " town this. Located within the beautiful countryside of Dumfries and Galloway and set between beaches hills, forests and Lochs it is an ideal place to stay and explore the area.

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Creetown, Dumfries and Galloway

Review of Creetown by on January 3rd, 2010
creetown is a very friendly village have been going there for years love the people but the caravan site has been run into the ground no pool not allowed any ball games the new owners have ruined a very popular site people that have came for years are no longer coming would not recomend this to anyone

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Gatehouse of Fleet, Dumfries and Galloway

Review of Gatehouse of Fleet by Marie on August 10th, 2008
We stayed at The Ship Inn on 9-10 August 2008 and I cannot fault it at all. It was a lovely hotel and the staff were fantastic. They could not do enough for their guests, and they easily answered any questions and requests that we had. We also ate in the restaurant and the food was fantastic. Very fresh vegetables, local organic meats and the odd dish with a twist! The furnishing of our standard room was very modern and contemporary with neutral colours, flat screen TV, modern bathroom and Molten Brown products and lots water, coffee, tea, and fruit teas to choose from. The area of the Gatehouse of Fleet is especially nice to walk around at night. The main street has a lovely glow to it and it is great to walk by the river in the peace and quiet and watch the swans go by. The area has a good number of pubs, art galleries and shops and is close to the town of Kirkcudbright and only a short distance from Newton Stewart, Bladnoch Whisky Distillery, David Coulthard Museum and Cream O'Galloway Ice Cream Farm. 10 out of 10. A very welcoming hotel and a great area!

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Kippford, Dumfries and Galloway

Review of Kippford by Mr J Ferry and family. on July 19th, 2010
We recently holidayed in Kippford and stayed at the wonderful Hazelmount Cottage. We couldn't have had a better stay or a more relaxing or more ideal accomodation hidden behind the Mariner Hotel it has a private secluded garden with parking, and wonderful views over the Urr Estuary. We have already booked again for next year. x

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Kirkcudbright, Dumfries and Galloway

Review of Kirkcudbright by colin saul on March 20th, 2011
The 8th Kirkcudbright Art and Crafts Trail 29th July to 1st August 2011 Don't miss this exciting event with over 70 venues in and around the town to visit You will be able to meet with over 160 artists and makers who open many spaces not normally available to the public in this beautiful coastal town www.artandcraftstrail.co.uk

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Portpatrick, Dumfries and Galloway

Review of Portpatrick by Julia Cobb on May 15th, 2007
Portpatrick is a serene alcove in the midst of a turbulent world. It is one of my most favorite places to be in the entire world.

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Powfoot, Dumfries and Galloway

Review of Powfoot by Alex and Isabelle Rodgers on February 19th, 2006
We spent 6 week-ends in july/august 2005 at Queensberry bay caravan park. The site is lovely, We had a touring pitch right at the beach with a view to die for. staff were helpful and friendly. We walked for miles in the surrounding countryside. Annan's only about 4 miles away or there's Dumfries a great shopping centre about 1/2 an hour away by car. The Powfoot golf hotel is also within walking distance for a tasty meal a quite drink, or just a wee coffee and home-baking. ENJOY

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