Just a few miles from the respective north and south ends of the M6 and A74(M), the old market town and river port of Annan is full of history and atmosphere with its ancient castle and Robert Stevenson-designed bridge just two things to look out for... Read More

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Powfoot Golf Hotel

Powfoot Golf Hotel

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We offer luxury en-suite accommodation, fine food, golf breaks, weddings, functions, and much more in the charming village of Powfoot near Annan in Dumfries and Galloway, South West Scotland.The original ... More

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Powfoot Cottage

Powfoot Cottage

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Commanding superb uninterrupted views across the Solway Firth to the Cumbrian mountains, this Victorian mid row cottage (left of left photograph) offers a peaceful seaside retreat just ... More

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Old Rectory (0.22 miles)

Old Rectory
This elegant Victorian Villa is an ideal location for touring, sightseeing, walking and cycling. Golf can be played at nearby Powfoot or go fishing on the river Annan, famous for its trout and salmon. You ... More | visit website
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Broadlea of Robgill (4.17 miles)

Broadlea of Robgill
Broadlea is a traditional Country Cottage situated in beautiful Scottish countryside, yet still only 3 1/2 miles from the A74 motorway, giving easy access to Lockerbie, Dumfries and Carlisle.

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Blackyett Mains Bed and Breakfast (4.37 miles)

Blackyett Mains Bed and Breakfast
Blackyett Mains is an AA 4 star gold rated bed and breakfast with a breakfast award for the use of local ingredients. The property is down a secluded road in its own grounds of fifteen ... More | visit website
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Village Inn (4.65 miles)

Village Inn
The Village Inn is situated in the quiet village of Kirtlebridge. It is a small country pub with 3 rooms. Ideally situated for the traveller going either North or South as it is only 1 ... More | visit website
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Cressfield Country House Hotel (4.92 miles)

Cressfield Country House Hotel

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Only 20 minutes from Gretna Green, the Cressfield Country House Hotel is based in Townfoot, a small village in picturesque Dumfries and Galloway. Just a couple of miles from the M74 ... More

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Kirkconnel Hall Hotel (5.90 miles)

Kirkconnel Hall Hotel

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Situated just 10 miles north of Gretna and well located in a scenic area of south-west Scotland, Kirkconnel Hall is a magnificent 15th century manor set in extensive gardens and grounds.
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The Mill (5.96 miles)

The Mill
The Mill is a family run hotel and wedding venue on the outskirts of romantic Gretna Green. We have 33 chalet style rooms boasting digital TV's, en-suite bathrooms with showers, tea & coffee making facilities, ... More | visit website
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Whitecroft Mansion (6.74 miles)

Whitecroft Mansion

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Located in the breathtaking Dumfriesshire countryside and enjoying views of the Solway Coast, the mansion has been lovingly restored and finished to the highest standards. Guests who enjoy first rate ... More

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Days Inn Hotel Gretna Green (7.02 miles)

Days Inn Hotel Gretna Green

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Days Inn Gretna Green is close to the M74 and M6 motorways, and within easy reach of Carlisle. Newcastle-upon-Tyne and County Durham are about 1 hour from the hotel. The famous ‘wedding ... More

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Hetland Hall Hotel (7.21 miles)

Hetland Hall Hotel

An elegant mansion set in 18 acres of parkland, with glorious views over the Solway Firth and beyond to the Lake District. Roaring log fires greet you in the winter months, with a peaceful lounge opening ... More | visit website

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