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Hotels in Castle Douglas

Douglas Arms Hotel
206 King Street
Castle Douglas
Dumfries and Galloway

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The Douglas Arms Hotel in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland has some of its stabling still intact. The coaching credentials and the hotels' reputation for hospitality is well known. Situated in Castle Douglas, close to the Solway coast, this historic market town has a welcome absence of high street retail names but takes pride in its' old fashioned local shops with local produce and friendly service. In the heart of South West Scotland's golfing country the area is also perfect for hill walking and bird watching.

This old coaching house with its rambling, well furnished, en-suite bedrooms has all the facilities expected of a modern provincial hotel - television, tea & coffee making facilities and telephone. Located in South West Scotland in the heart of the famous food town of Castle Douglas guests can expect the warm welcome experienced by visitors here for centuries.

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