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County - Dumfries and Galloway | Map
Tel code: 01387 | code search
Postcode: DG14 | code search
Population: 390
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The Cross Keys Hotel
"Wish I'd found the previous reveiw sooner.All others are a bit more recent and rave about the friendly hosts. This was my daughters wedding reception and we had all ..." More

The Cross Keys Hotel
"no discount given for staying there for three nights,although we had two rooms. Arrived 20 mins late for lunch, told the kitchen was shut, not offered a sandwich or ..." More

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Canonbie is a rural village in Eskdale in the Dumfries and Galloway region of Scotland situated 5 miles south-east of Langholm and 2 miles inside the Scottish Border on the River Esk. The village developed in the Middle Ages after the Augustinian priory was founded during the reign of David the first (1124-1153), as the village was situated in the middle of the debating lands and often caught up in conflict it was named ‘Canonbie’ or ‘town of canons’. During the 19th and 20th centuries the main industry was mining for both coal and lime. Canonbie is a picturesque village looking over the River Esk surrounded by beautiful scenery, abundant with wildlife and internationally renowned for angling salmon and sea-trout, it is a popular tourist destination and an ideal base for visiting the attractions of Dumfries and Galloway. The village has a hotel and holiday accommodation, shops, pubs and places to eat out. Historically interesting features include the nearby Holehouse Tower once the stronghold of the Armstrong Clan and the red-sandstone village hall built in 1912. Nearby attractions include the Robert Burns House and the Dumfries and Galloway Aviation Museum with exhibits of aircraft memorabilia. The moated Caerlaverock Castle and the National Nature Reserve can be found to the south of Dumfries


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Bessiestown (4.05 miles)

A warm, light hearted welcome with a taste of Cumbrian luxury awaits you in our beautiful, award winning, guest house, situated north of Historic Carlisle, midway between Gretna Green and Hadrian’s Wall. Guests enjoy many ... More | visit website
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Craigburn Farmhouse (4.05 miles)

Craigburn Farmhouse

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Geoffrey and Louise offer a warm Cumbrian welcome to our farmhouse set in quiet country side in the beautiful border country.Six tastefully modernized, individually furnished bedrooms provide all the comfort ... More

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Graham Arms Hotel (5.10 miles)

Graham Arms Hotel

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The Graham Arms is a former Coaching Inn and was built about 200 years ago. In days gone by, the hotel was an overnight coaching stop; the horses would be ... More

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Glengarth Guest Rooms (5.15 miles)

Glengarth Guest Rooms
Glengarth is situated in a quiet residential area of the old toon of Langholm. Shops, restaurants, bars and public transport are all within easy walking distance. Glengarth is also just s few minutes stroll along the beautiful river ... More | visit website
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Whitecroft Hotel (5.20 miles)

Whitecroft Hotel

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A small family run townhouse Hotel with 5 comfortable and spacious ensuite rooms. 240 year old Hotel combines the traditional charm of an 18th century townhouse with all the comfort ... More

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Briar Lea Guest House (5.28 miles)

Briar Lea Guest House

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Briar Lea House is a large country house in its own grounds, in the northern regions of Cumbria. An ideal base for exploring the historic City of Carlisle, the Scottish ... More

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Ald Pallyards & Newpallyards (6.31 miles)

Ald Pallyards & Newpallyards

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New Pallyards is a small farm of 65 acres set in the idyllic countryside of the North East of Cumbria. The accommodation comprises a converted farmhouse and self catering cottages. ... More

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Gretna Hall Hotel (7.04 miles)

Gretna Hall Hotel

Originally built in 1710 as a manor house for the Johnstone family, Gretna Hall Hotel is an ideal setting for your leisure break thanks to its great location, charm and character. The hotel is the ... More | visit website

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Smiths At Gretna Green Hotel (7.04 miles)

Smiths At Gretna Green Hotel

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All bedrooms have king or super king-sized beds, contemporary fireplaces, broadband and a great deal more. Located right next to the world famous Old Blacksmith's Shop, you too can become part of ... More

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Kirkcroft Guest House (7.13 miles)

Kirkcroft Guest House

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Situated in the heart of Gretna Green, 3 minutes walk from the railway station and across the road from Gretna Hall and 4 minutes walk from The World Famous Blacksmith ... More

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