Balcary Bay Hotel
Balcary Bay Hotel

Castle Douglas is where the countryside of Dumfries and Galloway starts to get a little wilder, with slender Loch Ken snaking away north and a spattering of smaller waters around the largely 18th century town and its fine castle... Read More

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Imperial Hotel

Imperial Hotel

This friendly hotel is situated in the centre of Castle Douglas, with a location ideal for fishing, walking, cycling, golfing and relaxation.
The Imperial Hotel offers 3 bars, a private car park, a pool room with ... More | visit website

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Urr Valley Hotel

Urr Valley Hotel

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The Urr Valley Hotel is a long established country house hotel set in 12 acres of mature woodland and gardens. With its stunning views across the Dumfries and Galloway countryside, it ... More | Double Room: From 35

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Market Inn Hotel

Market Inn Hotel

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Stylishly decorated, tastefully furnished and renovated to a high standard, the Market Inn Hotel is situated in the heart of Castle Douglas, famous for its impressive cuisine. Stylish and contemporary throughout, the ... More

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Murray Arms Hotel

Murray Arms Hotel
Welcome to the Murray Arms Hotel and Restaurant, historic 3 star hotel in Gatehouse of Fleet, Dumfries and Galloway. Established in 1760, the Murray Arms is a listed building retaining much of its character and ... More | visit website
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Douglas Arms Hotel

Douglas Arms Hotel

The Douglas Arms Hotel in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland has some of its stabling still intact. The coaching credentials and the hotels' reputation for hospitality is well known. Situated in Castle Douglas, close to the ... More | visit website

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