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THE CRICHTON, BANKEND RD
1.4 Miles from the centre

A comfortable Dumfries hotel next to Easterbrook Hall, with an all-day restaurant and a lounge barHoliday Inn® Dumfries hotel places you a 10-minute drive from the market town of Dumfries.In the town centre, Dumfries station is served by direct trains to Carlisle and Glasgow. The hotel offers complimentary parking and is within easy reach of the A75 road, leading to the A74(M) motorway. Business travellers can host meetings for up to 80 delegates in 3 flexible meeting rooms, while major events and conferences at Easterbrook Hall are right on the hotel’s doorstep. A short walk away, Crichton Golf Club is the closest of many courses in the area. In Dumfries, a short drive from the hotel, the Robert Burns Centre Film Theatre displays the poet's original manuscripts, as well as screening the latest cinema releases. The ruins of medieval Sweetheart Abbey are only 8 miles away, and a 30-minute drive takes you to rambling or mountain biking trails through the Forest of Ae.At this hotel you can enjoy:- Free WiFi throughout- 24-hour room service- Kids stay and eat freeThe hotel’s bright restaurant serves a hot buffet breakfast, as well as lunch and dinner prepared from locally sourced produce. In the evening, relax in an armchair in the glass-ceilinged lounge bar with a cocktail or a dram from our whisky collection.

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per night from £50
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18 St Mary's Street
0.2 Miles from the centre
per night from £84
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English Street
< 0.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £136
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Rivendell Hotel

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852 reviews by TrustYou
105 Edinburgh Road
0.8 Miles from the centre
per night from £59
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The Huntingdon B&B Hotel

32 Lovers Walk
per night from £69
(price for Tue, 29 Oct)

Caledonian Hotel

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668 reviews by TrustYou
67 Annan Road
0.3 Miles from the centre
per night from £69
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Hamilton house Hotel

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24 reviews by TrustYou
12 Moffat Road
0.3 Miles from the centre
per night from £72
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Best Western Station Hotel

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814 reviews by TrustYou
49 Lovers Walk
< 0.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £76
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The Queensberry Hotel And Restaurant Ltd Hotel

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82 reviews by TrustYou
12-16 English Street
per night from £79
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White Hart Hotel

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14 reviews by TrustYou
38 Brewery Street
per night from £80
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Hotels in Dumfries

Dumfries, an attractive market settlement, is often referred to as the 'Queen of the South' and has been a prominent settlement since at least the Norman era.

Origins of the town

This area was inhabited as far back as the Roman era, although it wasn't until 1186, when Dumfries received Royal Burgh status, that the settlement began to expand into a busier trading centre. The town was also close to the royal Norman castle of Castledykes, which was once the home of the King of Scotland but fell into dilapidation before it was replaced with a tower house in the 15th century.

What to see

The Burns House

Visit the charming sandstone house that was once the home of one of Scotland's most distinguished literary geniuses, Robert Burns. Born in Alloway, Ayrshire in 1759, Burns was one of the key figures of the Romantic era, and spent his final years in Dumfries. He was also one of the first passengers to board the world's first steamboat, on October 14th, 1788, which was invented by the eminent engineer William Symington.

The Dumfries Museum

Exhibiting many intriguing pre-historic artefacts, the Dumfries Museum benefited from a substantial refurbishment in 2011 and is probably best known for its unique camera obscura, the oldest still in operation in the world.

Sweetheart Abbey

Founded in the 13th century, Sweetheart Abbey was an important monastic centre until the early 17th century and is adjacent to an 18th-century mill. The site also features one of the best preserved precinct walls in Scotland and is open to the public throughout the year.

Drumlanrig Castle

This alluring category A listed castle is undoubtedly one of Scotland's finest homes and is still the residence of the Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch and Queensberry. Dating back to the late 17th century, Drumlanrig Castle is also revered for its decorative Renaissance architecture, art collection and elegantly landscaped grounds.

Hotels

For superb value-for-money Dumfries hotels, choose the stylish, friendly Travelodge Dumfries or the Premier Inn Dumfries. The BEST WESTERN Station Hotel, meanwhile, is a great choice for people looking for excellent hospitality and a charismatic interior, while the Holiday Inn Dumfries is perfect for guests seeking a welcoming venue in a beautiful historic building.

Where to dine

For delicious Italian food, dine at the Primo Piano restaurant, or choose Brunos for other tantalising Italian recipes. For some delicious Mediterranean and European-themed dishes, head to Casia Mia, or enjoy some delightful British classics at Cavens Arms or NonaLou's.

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