Hamilton House

Address: 12 Moffat Road, Dumfries, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, DG1 1NJ, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on 12 Moffat Road, Dumfries, is near Robert Burns House and Ellisland Farm.
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      Travel Blogs from Dumfries

      Across the Pond

      A travel blog entry by tlmylin on Oct 12, 2013

      219 photos

      ... the wonderful Kate Dodd's house! It was so good to see her and catch up with her. We ordered Chinese food and watched some trashy British tele. We only got to see her that night because she was going away for the weekend, but we had a great time with her despite the time being cut short.












      Friday, October 25th

      Harriet and I went into London to buy our tour ...

      Good Self Help Information To Help You Get Better

      A travel blog entry by supremeferry785 on Sep 26, 13

      ... you will be setting them aside so that they do not compromise your productivity and mental focus.


      Challenge negative or anxious thoughts as soon as they arise, rather than allowing the idea to become fully planted in your mind. Pick your fears apart: ask whether or not there is factual evidence or precedence that support the idea, the probability that the problem will occur, and the availability of resources available to you should the ...

      Crossing the border!

      A travel blog entry by lejogcycle on Aug 02, 2013

      4 photos

      A super start to the day, straight up onto the dales for more amazing views, a few steepish climbs to start with, but worth it for the views. This part of the world is definitely worth a visit. Quite a climb going up to Shap and then onto the village of Clifton where the last battle on English soil took place in 1745. We carried onto ...

      Can't Sleep

      A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Jun 22, 2013

      18 photos

      ... way) road that is very uncomfortable to walk on, hard surface and pebbles sticking out of the asphalt. Several walkers going the other way commented on it. It was here that I met a man, probably older than I, walking with his dog. I later learned he was walking for 59 days from Southern England to the north of Scotland. Just before the road finally ended I started hearing about a wilderness cafe serving coffee and tea. The way veered off to a footpath barely wide enough for ...

      Right in the Middle of Nowhere

      A travel blog entry by pfkahney on Oct 02, 2012

      9 photos

      ... the 19th century and this was followed by the loss of the local population. The chapel fell into disuse and in 1914, it became one of the first buildings to be taken into the care of the state by the then Ministry of Works. Its abandonment has meant that the chapel escaped modernisation and remains a rare time capsule of how it stood in the 17th century.
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