Dumfries And Galloway Cottages

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    Lovely first and second floor maisonette in Jedburgh. Tastefully decorated and well-furnished, pet-friendly accommodation. Ideal base for touring Borders and Edinburgh. Carter Bar 10 miles, Edinburgh 47 miles. (Ref. 944210)

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    7 nights from £255

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    Lovely detached, single-storey holiday home in the village of Isle of Whithorn. Open plan living area, two bedrooms. Pet-friendly. Sea views. Newton Stewart 20 miles. (Ref. 943981)

    7 nights from £246

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    Mid-terrace character cottage in the village of Beattock near Moffat. Open plan living area. Two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Lovely views of the hills. Good walking and cycling opportunities from the door. Moffat 2 miles (Ref. 943418)

    7 nights from £334

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    Cosy countryside bungalow near Duns. Homely and comfortable accommodation. Open fire, games room, tennis court. Dog-friendly. Excellent Borders base. Berwick 15 miles. (Ref. 941046)

    7 nights from £299

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    Luxurious city centre self-catering apartment 5 mins walk from Grassmarket and castle in Edinburgh. Superb quality throughout. Sleeping four with parking space. (Ref. 940989)

    7 nights from £599

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    Luxury city centre apartment 5 mins walk from castle and Old Town in Edinburgh. Excellent quality. Sleeping four with parking. An ideal base for exploring the city. (Ref. 940987)

    7 nights from £581

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    Charming, terraced coastal cottage in hamlet of Powfoot, on the beautiful Solway coast, 3.5 miles from Annan. Steps from the beach. Woodburning stove. Pet-friendly. Ideal for families. Gretna 12 miles. (Ref. 940547)

    7 nights from £314

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    Lovely semi-detached cottage near coastal village of Port William. Surrounded by farmland. Superb quality. Woodburning stove. Pets welcome. Port William 2.5 miles. (Ref. 939511)

    7 nights from £312

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    Superb semi-detached cottage in the quiet seaside village of Creetown on the Solway Firth. Woodburning stove. Quality accommodation. Ideal base for exploring this part of Scotland. Newton Stewart 7 miles. (Ref. 939501)

    7 nights from £292

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    Lovely second floor holiday apartment near centre of Edinburgh. One mile from Princes Street. Ideal location for exploring historic city. Parking and one pet welcome. (Ref. 939069)

    7 nights from £339

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Just show me Dumfries and Galloway Cottages

Please find below a selection of self-catering holiday cottages to rent near Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland.

This fascinating corner of Scotland is perfect for a Dumfries and Galloway cottage holiday and there's something for everyone, whether you're planning a romantic escape or an action-packed family holiday.

Natural attractions abound, with over 200 miles of breathtaking coastline and a landscape of mountains, lochs, moorland and rivers; while a rare, mild climate brings palm trees to the coast and botanical gardens inland.

Visit Galloway Forest Park for close encounters with red squirrels and magnificent birds of prey. Enjoy leisurely walks along beaches; or more demanding treks across cliff-tops, up mountains or along the Southern Upland, Scotland's longest walking route. Cycling is also popular, with quiet country lanes and plenty of off-road trails. For adrenalin-pumping thrills, try abseiling or mountain climbing; or more relaxing options such as golf, or a day's fishing out at sea where you may catch a glimpse of the Lake District, even Ireland. Rock pooling, horse riding, go-karting, quad biking - endless hours of fun for children too.

Interested in art? As well as its scenic splendour, the region is renowned for its light and many artists and craftsmen live here. Make time to explore Kirkcudbright, a colourful harbour-front town awash with galleries and studios. Or step back in time at a medieval castle, abbey or ancient stone circle - there are lots of historical sites.

Or perhaps you're planning to tie the knot at one of the world's most popular wedding venues, Gretna Green?

There are all kinds of reasons to choose a Dumfries and Galloway holiday cottage.