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I was given a very friendly welcome by Angela and shown to my room on the first floor, at the front of the building, overlooking a street.The room was large, had a bay window, a four poster bed and a beautiful old wardrobe.and a two...More
Just stayed for the one night on our way back from touring Northern Ireland (having caught the Larne - Cairnryan ferry). The usual hosts were away taking a well earned break so mum & dad had stepped in to look after us and did a...More
Our first night in Scotland was spent in the quaint little town of Annan. Gorgeous old village that almost felt haunted. Upon arrival, we were immediately impressed by the home's condition. It was absolutely gorgeous. Well-maintained and beautifully decor caught our eye at every turn....More
So we were booked in for three nights as we had sold our property in Rothesay and were not concluding on the property in Annan until 3 days later so quite a stressful time.
However from the moment we arrived at the Rowanbank everything was...More
Visited Annan for the annual ‘Riding of the Marches’ celebration. We met with friends to their son playing the bag-pipes.
Lovely town with warm welcoming people.
Hotel was well placed centrally, clean, good facilities including WiFi and parking.
Staff were extremely friendly and informative about...More