Dumfries & Galloway
The first thing you’ll notice about Dumfries & Galloway is just how beautiful this lowland part of Scotland is. From the rocky and sandy Solway Coast looking out for miles across the sea, to the lush green inland forests and hills, it’s simply amazing.
Host to Greatness
Many world-famous people have called Dumfries & Galloway their home: JM Barrie’s Peter Pan was inspired by his childhood experience of a Dumfries garden. Robert Burns spent many years living in the town and wrote some of his most famous works while here.
As much as the people love their landscape, the animals love it too. From the red squirrels and the red deer in the forests to the ospreys and red kites in the sky, there’s plenty for you to see and photograph – if you’re quick!
To find out more about Dumfries & Galloway and the activities on offer click here to go to the official Visit Scotland website.
The official hotel for the Trophy D’ecosse is The Station Hotel in Dumfries. With free internet & parking, this friendly, traditional Victorian railway hotel is just 5 minutes’walk from Dumfries town centre & the perfect base for business guests. Lovers of the Arts and the Great Outdoors alike will find a home from home here too, from which to explore castles, rivers, gardens, galleries, golf courses, bird sanctuaries & mountain-biking courses. But perhaps you will simply come to enjoy our great food and hospitality.
49 Lovers Walk
Dumfries and Galloway
For enquiries or to make a reservation please call 0844 387 6099*