A recommened break away to South West Scotland.
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Author:  jburns1959 [ Mon May 25, 2009 9:58 am ]
Post subject:  A recommened break away to South West Scotland.

The CrossKeys Hotel - New Galloway 01644420494
I found this hotel to be very appealing as my wife and i were looking for a quiet place to stay over the weekend. We had looked at various places and thought this would suit us. On the search for a hotel in this area we found that the Cross Keys Hotel was he only one which welcomed dogs so our little Rosie was quite happy here. She also had a friend to play with as well, his name is Oscar and he is very friendly. We stayed here for three nights and it was fantastic. We thought the rooms were very nice and the beds were comfortable. It was a great service from when we arrived until we left. It was very enjoyable because there was a karaoke night on Saturday night, we didn't sing but enjoyed listening to everybody else singing. We also found the meals spectacular too. I had the Lamb which was gorgeous and my wife had the Galloway Steak Pie which she found enjoyable as well. We are actually going back later this year and staying for a week. When we were there we got great information about all the places to see in the area. We would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone wanting a nice break away and also if you have a dog.

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Author:  david1 [ Fri May 29, 2009 3:18 pm ]
Post subject:  A recommened break away to South West Scotland.

Thanks for that. It's good to receive a good review of a place to stay. Especially as i'm thinking of going up that neck of the woods. Hope you have a great second visit. I just might give it a try.

Author:  porkpie11 [ Tue Aug 11, 2009 8:02 am ]
Post subject:  Re: A recommened break away to South West Scotland.

My wife and I love to visit Scotland, we often holiday in Inverness-shire in the highlands the scenery is simply breathtaking. Last time we visited we hired a little bothy in the banks of Loch Ness (Bothy is the Scottish name for a cottage.) The waters of Loch Ness change constantly depending on the prevailing weather conditions ( it changes every 5 minutes in the highlands) We didn’t see any monsters but we did have a fantastic peaceful break. I would highly recommend making the effort to travel to the North of Scotland, the landscape is simply stunning!

There is a picture of the Bothy that we stayed at here:

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