A poem scratched into a window by Robert Burns in the Globe Inn, Dumfries
The traditional bars and pubs across Dumfries & Galloway are the perfect place to relax and unwind during your break to the region. As well as a hearty welcome and great food, choose from a variety of beers, wines, ales and spirits.
In Dumfries you can soak up the atmosphere of The Globe, a favourite of Robert Burns', which was established in 1610 and still bears the poem he etched into the window. Or head along the coast to the picturesque town of Portpatrick and enjoy a drink while looking out over the beautiful waterfront.
Why not find out about the region's whisky, beers, wines and ciders and breweries at a local drink attraction?
The Marrbury Smokehouse shop and bistro at Carsluith Castle are a haven for food lovers, so much so that a trip to Scotland would not be complete without a visit to the Marrbury Smokehouse 5* TOURIST SHOP AND BISTRO at Carsluith Castle.
Welcome to The Drovers Inn Hotel & Bluebell Bar and Grill
Situated 1mile off the M74, at 112 High Street in the Historic Market Town of Lockerbie, the refurbished (May 2014) Bluebell Bar and Grill invites all to sample an extensive Grill House Menu
Welcome to BEST WESTERN Station Hotel which is pleased to be a Visit Scotland Taste our Best Award Winner.We take pride in using quality produce and showcasing some of the best local and Scottish Food producers in the food we prepare.
The Craignelder Restaurant's smart, contemporary décor creates the perfect atmosphere in which to enjoy our delicious, skillfully prepared classic dishes whether you are lunchtime guest or an evening diner.
The Manor Restaurant is situated within the Manor Hotel but is open to non residents as well as residents. It is always advisable to phone on 01387 750555 prior to visiting as it can get busy, especially at weekends.