Browse our selection of properties in Dumfries & Galloway:
Welcome to this romantic and almost unknown part of Scotland, a land of hills and forests, lochs and rivers and more than 300 kilometres of winding coastline that ranges from craggy headlands to sandy coves. Golf, pony trekking, stalking, shooting, sailing, walking, rambling, castles, museums and gardens - all available in this beautiful region of Scotland.
Huntingdon House Hotel, Dumfries, Scotland
Originally built in 1863 by Jean Aitkin Carlyle (the sister of Thomas Carlyle, the Scottish social historian), this imposing sandstone house is just a short stroll away from Dumfries town centre. The hotel offers 8 comfortable en-suite bedrooms.
North West Castle Hotel, Dumfries & Galloway
Built in the early 19th century on the shares of Loch Ryan, this stunning castle hotel was once the home of the famous Arctic Explorer Sir John Ross. It has been awarded a four star rating for its stunning accommodation. Features a curling rink, two restaurants and fantastic leisure facilities. Part of McMillan hotels.
Cally Palace Hotel, Dumfries & Gallway
Offering 58 well appointed bedrooms and its very own golf course and swimming pool, Cally Palace dates back to 1763 and is set in the beautiful countryside of south west Scotland. The hotel's restaurant has been awarded an AA rosette, and the venue is also popular for weddings, conferences and events.
Bardristane Forge, Dumfries & Galloway
Sleeps 4. Dating from 1895 and once the home of the local blacksmith, this detached holiday cottage enjoys extensive sea views from all rooms. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it is just a short drive to the village of Gatehouse of Fleet.