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Bank Of Fleet Hotel
47 High Street
Castle Douglas
Dumfries and Galloway

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Resting in the heart of the picturesque and historic town of Gatehouse of Fleet, the Bank of Fleet is a small, family run hotel renowned for excellent food and a friendly atmosphere. Situated in the middle of a National Scenic Area on the edge of the magnificent Galloway Forest Park the town is in an ideal area for walking, cycling or fishing holidays whilst only a very short drive from two of the south west's more beautiful beaches with a splendid outlook over the Solway Firth. The hills behind the town also provide a perfect opportunity not only for hill walking or mountain biking but also for bird and wild life enthusiasts.Castle Douglas is a small town situated near the centre of Dumfries and Galloway, an ideal base for exploring the region. The town has an interesting history, especially that of Threave Castle, the stronghold of the Black Douglases. Castle Douglas has recently been launched as a Food Town and visitors can enjoy a variety of foods in Castle Douglas, whether Eating Out or merely buying quality food products.PLEASE NOTE: Check In is from 14:00. Night porter throughout night. Check Out is by 11:00. We are a no smoking accommodation. We can accommodate small well behaved dogs by prior arrangement. Children welcome

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