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Solway Lodge Hotel
97-99 Annan Road
Gretna
Dumfries and Galloway

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As one of the leading wedding hotels in Gretna you are assured a warm welcome and an enjoyable stay with us. The Solway Lodge is a family run hotel having the perfect accommodation for you and your guests on your wedding day and for those wanting to stay longer we have a complete range of services. If you are holidaying in the area then why not use the Solway Lodge as a base to explore the many lovely places we have on our doorstep in Dumfries and Galloway and the nearby Lake District. Guests touring Dumfries and Galloway are within easy reach of a wealth of local amenities. These include outstanding walking in the Moffat and Galloway Hills, the wonderful Galloway Forrest Park and the stunning Solway Coast or the famous Roman Wall a World Heritage site. There is also sailing, fabulous fishing available on some of the very best fishing rivers and Lochs in the UK. Cyclists too can enjoy the many excellent, well marked trails in Dumfries and Galloway both on and off road. The 7 Stanes Mountain Bike trails are renowned world wide. The South West is simply one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland and being home to over 100 golf courses remains one of the most popular regions of the home of golf. It is a refreshing mix of famous names and hidden gems, not to mention its fair share of Open qualifiers. Stay at the Solway Lodge and play a different round of golf each day. If you want to stay in Dumfries and Galloway for a holiday then the Solway Lodge Hotel is an ideal place to base yourself. With full breakfasts and evening meals available you can explore the area knowing that you will have a warm welcome on your return each evening.

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