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  • Dalscone Farm Fun
    A Great Day Family Fun Day Out - Rain or Shine. Dalscone is a family adventure farm located in Dumfries, Scotland. Here you can also visit Scotland's largest independent toyshop! Have fun in our huge indoor soft play area that is filled with ball cannons, slides and other exciting features. Explore our outdoor attractions for children and adults alike including trampolines, pedal karts, bumper boats and crazy golf! Take a ride around our Farmari where you can encounter llamas, donkeys, goats, pigs and more!
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  • Caerlaverock Castle
    Please note there is currently no visitor access to the West range, outer stair and North West and East towers. With its moat, twin towered gatehouse and imposing battlements, this awe-inspiring castle is the epitome of the medieval stronghold and one of the finest castles in Scotland. Although ruined, Caerlaverock is still a substantial structure and you can explore many different features within its unique triangular ground plan. The castle's turbulent history owes much to its proximity to England which brought it into the brutal cross-border conflicts and you can enjoy a fascinating siege warfare exhibition complete with reconstructions of medieval siege engines.
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  • Abbotsford
    Abbotsford is the extraordinary home of the 19th century novelist and ‘Great Scott’ who popularised tartan, saved the Scottish banknote and rediscovered his country’s Crown Jewels. Discover a treasure trove of fascinating objects which inspired his greatest poems and novels. Enjoy Witch Corner, a sculpture trail based on the legends and folklore that inspired Sir Walter Scott with interactive content for all ages. Explore Scott's home and story, browse the gift shop, enjoy seasonal food in our café or simply relax in the beautiful formal gardens and tranquil woodlands.
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  • Kitchen Coos & Ewes
    Guided tours of our farm which feature a short trip in our people carrying trailer to see our Highland Coos. Get amazing pictures to enjoy later and to share with your friends. Hear the story about the social hierarchy in the fold from the people who care for the coos (a herd of Highland coos is called a 'fold'). Discover how the matriarch coo exerts her authority and feel for the coo at the bottom of the heap. Hear the story about how past generations of farmers produced energy, food and fibre in the Luce Valley and how the present generation have become more aware of also caring for the environment. The wind is now also being harvested in the hills; see for yourself how the Luce Valley is ideal for producing clean renewable energy. After the trip in the trailer it's time for tea. Freshly baked farmhouse fare to be eaten at our kitchen table as you reflect on your time on the hill.
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  • Annandale Distillery
    The historic distillery has been through 3 whisky making eras and a period when it was used in farming. It was formerly a Johnnie Walker distillery which closed in 1918. Following an extensive £10.5 million restoration project. Annandale Distillery was reborn in 2014 with production starting on 3rd November. Once again Single Malt scotch whisky is being produced in Dumfries and Galloway after almost a 100 year absence.
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  • The Devil's Porridge Museum
    Discover the remarkable wartime story of the Greatest Munitions Factory on Earth and the extraordinary lives of the Munitions Girls who worked there. Built during WW1, HM Factory Gretna stretched nine miles along the Solway Coast and produced more cordite explosive than all the other factories combined. Through unique objects and interactive displays, our museum brings to life the secret wartime history of Southwest Scotland and Cumbria. Stay and enjoy our Café and free wifi.
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  • Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop
    Famous for runaway weddings since 1754 Gretna Green is a wonderful place to get married in and visit. The Famous Blacksmiths Shop is steeped in history and has been standing since 1713 making it the earliest venue in the area for weddings. The visitors attraction and shopping village is visited by over 1 million people per year and has a range of lovely shops on site which stock the best of Scottish menswear, ladieswear - including brands such as Joules, Barbour, Harris Tweed and Ness - Scottish gifts, Hampers and Homeware as well as a Foodhall selling local and traditional scottish produce.
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  • Melrose Abbey
    The abbey grounds, cloister and museum are open. Probably the most famous ruin in Scotland, the abbey was founded by David I in 1136 for the Cistercian Order, and it was largely destroyed by Richard II's English army in 1385. The surviving remains of the church are of the early 15th century, and are of an elegance unsurpassed in Scotland. Objects found during excavation are displayed in the Commendator's House. The exterior of this magnificent ruin is decorated by unusual sculptures, including hobgoblins, cooks with ladles and a bagpipe playing pig. The abbey is also thought to be the burial place of Robert the Bruce's heart, marked with a commemorative carved stone plaque within the grounds.
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  • Mabie Farm Park
    Family fun farm park with lots to do for old and young. The whole family can spend hours from feeding the animals, bouncing on the jumping pillows, slides,play barn,straw barn, boating pond,donkey rides,our choochoo express,quad biking and lots of fresh air out in our park area. We have a tearoom for lunch and gift/toy shop to keep the kids happy.
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  • Bladnoch Distillery
    Scotland's most southerly whisky distillery. Open to visitors Tuesday to Saturday, offering distillery tours, gift shop and cafe. Bladnoch Distillery has recently undergone renovation and the brand new Visitor Centre and Cafe Melba opened in Summer 2019. Tours run from 10am until 4pm. Cafe Melba opening hours are 10am - 4pm. Come and see how we make our Single Malt Whisky and try some of our range of products.
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Frequently Asked Questions about South of Scotland hotels

The Gretna Chase Hotel, Solway Lodge Hotel, and Hunters Lodge Hotel are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop. See the full list: Hotels near Gretna Green Famous Blacksmiths Shop.

Popular hotels close to Abbotsford include Kingsknowes Hotel, Philipburn Hotel, BW Signature Collection by Best Western, and The Townhouse Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Abbotsford.

Popular luxury hotels in South of Scotland include Cringletie House, Windlestraw, and Knockinaam Lodge. See the full list: South of Scotland Luxury Hotels.

Popular hotels close to Turnhouse Airport include DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh Airport, Holiday Inn Express Edinburgh Airport, and Moxy Edinburgh Airport. See the full list: Hotels near Turnhouse Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Melrose Abbey are The Townhouse Hotel, Burt's Hotel, and Station Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Melrose Abbey.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in South of Scotland are Buccleuch Arms Hotel, Cringletie House, and Windlestraw. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in South of Scotland.

Trigony House Hotel and Garden Spa, Stobo Castle, and The Cairndale Hotel have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in South of Scotland. See the full list: Spa Hotels in South of Scotland.

Buccleuch Arms Hotel, Cringletie House, and Trigony House Hotel and Garden Spa all received great reviews from families travelling in South of Scotland. See the full list: Family Hotels South of Scotland.

Popular hotels by the beach in South of Scotland include The Powfoot Hotel, Balcary Bay Country House Hotel, and Crown Hotel. See the full list: South of Scotland Beach Hotels.

Cringletie House, Windlestraw, and Trigony House Hotel and Garden Spa received great reviews from travellers looking for a romantic hotel in South of Scotland. See the full list: Romantic Hotels in South of Scotland.