Dumfries & Galloway

Click the map for tourism ideas Dumfries and Galloway occupies the south western edge of Scotland, bounded to the south by the Solway Firth and by the rolling Southern Uplands in the north. Some of the region's most attractive scenery lies along the valleys of the Esk, Nith, and Annan, and the south-facing coastline benefits from the mild climate associated with the Gulf Stream.
Black Bull Inn

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Churchgate, Moffat, Dumfries DG10 9EG. Tel: 01683 220206
Welcoming historic inn dating back to 1568 which houses lots of Robert Burns memorabilia following his visits around 1790. Excellent cask ales and traditional Scottish fayre are on the menu.
Creebridge House Hotel

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, Minnigaff, Dumfries DG8 6NP. Tel: 01671 402121
Delightful hotel dating back to 1760 and set in three acres of wonderful woodland gardens. Cask ales are complimented by excellent food. Located just outside Newton Stewert and close to the River Cree.
Crown Hotel

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9 North Crescent, Portpatrick, Dumfries DG9 8SX. Tel: 01776 810261
Excellent inn serving regulars and tourists. The food is excellent and the ales well kept. If the weather is good then the views overlooking the harbour from the terrace at the front of the inn are lovely and if you catch the timing right when the lifeboat crew are in residence, it's also a blast.
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