Dumfries holiday parks, Dumfries & Galloway Holiday home rentals and sales - luxury lodge & caravan parks in Dumfries
Dumfries is a former Royal Burgh on the mouth of the river Nith on the Solway Firth about 25 miles from the English border. It is surrounded by the rolling hills of Dumfries & Galloway in the Scottish Borders and is a great base to explore the surrounding area and coastline. The area is rich in history with castles and historic houses to explore, family attractions for all ages and plenty of outdoor activities.
Few places enjoy the warmth and friendliness of Dumfries and The Scottish Borders. You'll be made welcome in any one of the brilliant pubs and restaurants with great local food and drinks. Dumfries has a rich history living up to it's reputation as The Queen Of The South. Dumfries has a rich and bloody history back to Robert the Bruce's murder of John Comyn at Greyfriars Church. It's no wonder a staycation on a Dumfries holiday park is so popular.
|At a glance...|
|Cycle paths & mountain biking||✔|
|Nearest beach - 18 miles||✔|
|Cathedrals and castles||✔|
|Robert Burns House||✔|
|Nearest major airport||Prestwick (50 miles)|
|Nearest train station||Dumfries (Scotrail)|
Featured holiday parks in Dumfries
The caravan and lodge parks in and around Dumfries provide excellent self catering accommodation options with holiday homes and luxury lodges. Many of the holiday parks also offer a range of pitches for camping, touring and motorhomes. Renting a holiday home is the perfect choice for a staycation as it provides total freedom and flexibility and if you own a holiday home, you have the option of taking unlimited holidays in Dumfries any time of year.
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Things to see & do in and around Dumfries
Dumfries and the surrounding area is full of interesting villages and gently rolling countryside countryside dotted with castles and country houses to explore. If you like the outdoors, there are great walking trails, cycling tracks, golf courses and fishing lakes to enjoy year-round as well as the town's rich hisory and connections with Robert The Bruce's rise to the throne.
|A few suggestions...|
|Take a tour of the medieva Caerlavrock Castlel||✔|
|Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum||✔|
|Robert Burns House||✔|
|MAbie Farm Park||✔|
|WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre||✔|
|Garden of Cosmic Speculation|
Our view on Dumfries
Dumfries is an easy accessible location with plenty to explore amongst the beautiful countryside and amazing history of Dumfries & Galloway and the Scottish Borders. The laid back atmosphere and local hospitality makes Dumfries a hit with visitors and with so much to see and do, staying on a holiday park in Dumfries is ideal for friends, families and groups. It provides the space, freedom and flexibility to do what you want, when you want and let's you enjoy Dumfries and the surrounding area at your own pace.