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Inns in Lockerbie

The Crown Hotel
95 High Street
Lockerbie
Dumfries and Galloway

DG11 2DA | View map

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The Crown Hotel is a first-class tavern in Lockerbie town centre and is one of the best venues in the south-west of Scotland. The Crown Hotel is situated in the centre of Lockerbie, just a few minutes walk from the town's railway station. The relatively close proximity and being one of the first Scottish towns for those travelling north has made Lockerbie an attractive and convenient "break" as well as being an important market and provincial town for this part of the south-west of Scotland.

The Crown Hotel has six bedrooms: Four Twin, one Triple and one Double Master Bedroom. Four rooms are en suite and two with shared bathroom. Hotel's rooms are newly refurbished and finished to high standard.
The bar and restaurant have been transformed into a modern open-plan bar and catering operation, yet with all the traditional features of a comfortable, inviting and congenial quality venue. The Crown Hotels's restaurant is offering good food and a place to relax in comfortable surroundings.

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