BEST WESTERN Dryfesdale Country House Hotel

Address: Dryfebridge, Lockerbie, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, DG11 2SF, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Dryfebridge, Lockerbie.
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    Travel Blogs from Lockerbie

    Summery of London

    A travel blog entry by shantie on May 03, 2014

    Things I loved: -the juice bar. A lovely street good stand that sold fresh fruit, fruit juices-you actually got to watch them freshly squeeze all the juices and know that you've got nothing but fresh yummy fruit! Smoothies. They also had waffles and chocolate covered strawberries, and gelato. -that everyone calls you 'love' 'dear' or 'darling' -the adorable accents and how nice everyone ...

    Across the Pond

    A travel blog entry by tlmylin on Oct 12, 2013

    219 photos

    ... saw the Edinburgh Castle, and bought a few souvenirs. We went to an antique shop to help Harriet shop for clothes for her upcoming ski season in France (She didn't like our picks) and got lunch at Oink. From there, it was time to say goodbye to Scotland.

    We took the 4.5 hour train back to London again and got pictures at Platform 9 3/4 from Harry Potter. After an hour of traveling through the subway system with our big bags, we ...

    England and Scotland

    A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Aug 31, 2013

    ... undercurrent of class in everything that happens, from first class train carriages to second class letter boxes. I could put those down to historical accident, but it's more than that. It's very loud conversations held in upper-class accents, with the impression created that my conversation is so much more important than yours that you should just shut up and listen to it. And be grateful to breathe the same air as me.
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    Births, marriages and deaths

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Jun 20, 2013

    18 photos

    ... two houses, although the wreckage was scattered as far afield as Newcastle.

    We continue our route to Langholm which affords brilliant views of the countryside. I ignore Ian's cursing about the road being full of pot holes. Here we stop at the riverside, a tributary to the Solway Firth. This is apparently the place to feed the ducks and ducklings. In the field opposite where sheep are grazing with their lambs lies the site of a castle which ...

    Day 3. Isle of Portland and The Fleet

    A travel blog entry by fos53 on May 20, 2013

    7 comments, 5 photos

    Runners Rambles! Okay I have to be fair to Portlanders! It is not that bad, if you take away the prison, young offenders institution, quarries (100s), MOD establishments and even some of the old ruins! (Well, i am a geographer not Historian!) Then it could be pleasant! So I set off to circumnavigate the Isle in drizzle, after c. 2 miles of Tarmac across the causeway. Then got lost in some of the ruins around the prison but got back on track at the YOI. On the ...