Hotels in Gatehouse of Fleet

Cally Palace Hotel & Golf Course
Gatehouse of Fleet
Dumfries and Galloway

DG7 2DL
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Set within its own grounds within 500 acres of Fleet Forest, the Cally Palace is a beautiful Georgian mansion built in 1796 which has its own 18 hole, par 71 6062 yard parkland golf course which guarantees a relaxing but challenging round. Golf buggies are available for hire.

Our elegant dining rooms with its AA Rosette offers a fantastic 4 course menu changing daily, our chef using only the finest Scottish produce and guests can choose from a selection of fine wines to accompany their meal. Our Conservatory, a light and relaxing room is open all day and offers a selection of light snacks and refreshments. For those colder nights, guests can warm themselves in front of the open fire.

Other facilities include swimming pool, small gym, spa bath, snooker, table tennis and outdoors there is putting, croquet and tennis. Free wifi and off street parking is available to all guests.

There is an abundance of places to visit locally from Castle Douglas Food Town, Kirkcudbright Art Town and Wigtown Book Town, for the more adventurous there is zip wiring, cycling, watersports all very close by and for those with a sweet too a visit to the local chocolate or ice cream factories are a must!

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Number of Rooms: 56
Number Ensuite: 56

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Double: From 65
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