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Dun Mohr at Friars Carse, Auldgirth, Dumfries and Galloway

Dun Mohr at Friars Carse
Auldgirth
Dumfries and Galloway

DG2 0SA | View map

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Set in 45 acres of beautiful countryside and woodlands surrounding the Friars Carse Hotel, these three very comfortable cottages enjoy all the gorgeous views, peace and seclusion their location affords yet are just a two minute stroll from the hotel's bar, restaurant and panelled snooker room. Running through the estate is a private mile long stretch of the River Nith where salmon, sea trout, brown trout and grayling may be caught in season, and the lovely formal gardens are a delightful spot for a gentle stroll whilst the wider grounds provides plenty of scope for more energetic rambles. Shooting and golf are available nearby and can be arranged in advance through the hotel.

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