Welcome to Dumfries & Galloway

A world of natural beauty

Located in the South West of Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway is an incredibly beautiful part of the world. The landscape is made up of sandy beaches, overflowing green, lush forests and rough high peaks. 

If you want to get away from the city and head to the great outdoors then why not visit Dumfries and Galloway? There is so much to see from walking the The Solway Coast Heritage Trail to visiting Bruce's Stone which commemorates Robert Bruce's first victory over an English army in 1307. 

If you want to visit a region full of artistic charm and craftsmanship then Dumfries and Galloway has plenty to offer. Robert Burns, Scotland's most famous Bard lived in the region and has since inspired a hub of creativity.

With so much to visit why not stay in a pub during your holiday to Dumfries and Galloway? Unlike hotels and traditional bed and breakfasts, pubs and inns provide guests with everything under one roof, from rooms and food and drink to entertainment and a lively atmosphere. 

Today accommodation has become an important part in many pubs service. Their rooms are refreshingly individually styled and fitted with facilities such as flat screen TVs, Freeview, luxury beds and modern en-suite bathrooms, ensuring guests have a comfortable stay. 

Not only do pubs and inns in Dumfries and Galloway offer fantastic and reasonably priced accommodation, but they serve some of the finest food in the region. Food is served throughout the day from a hearty full Scottish breakfast to delicious traditional pub food in the evening. You'll be in foodie heaven when you stay in a pub in Scotland!

So if you want to visit the highest village in Britain - Wanlockhead, or visit the most southern lighthouse in Scotland, then why not stay in a pub during your trip to Dumfries and Galloway?

To start planning your perfect getaway to the region please use the search below. To find out about attractions and events in the region please visit our Things to Do section.

(Photo: ©VisitScotland/ScottishViewpoint)