The 17th century King's Arms Hotel is believed to be one of the oldest establishments in Lockerbie and can boast Bonnie Prince Charlie, Sir Walter Scott and perhaps Robert Burns amongst its previous guests.
A traditional cottage, newly renovated to a high standard in the peaceful conservation village of Dalton, with a pub just down the road, 'Number 5' offers a great base for walkers, cyclists, and families. Dogs welcome too.
Just a short distance from the M74, Nether Boreland is a delightful and traditional farmhouse, where you can enjoy a taste of life in the quiet Dumfriesshire village and try carriage driving on the farm.
Kirkconnel Hall Hotel has a highly visable location adjacent to junction 19 of the A74M on the edge of the country village of Ecclecfechan. It is only 8 miles north of Gretna and is well located to explore Southern Scotland.