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KIRKCUDBRIGHT – pronounced "kir-coo-bree" – hugging the muddy banks of the River Dee, is the only major town along the Solway coast to have retained a working harbour. In addition, it has a ruined castle and an attractive town centre, a charming medley of simple two-storey cottages with medieval pends, Georgian villas and Victorian townhouses, all built in a mixture of sandstone, granite and brick, and painted, with their windows and quoins picked out. The most surprising sight in Kirkcudbright is MacLellan's Castle (April– Sept daily 9.30am–5.30pm; …
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The Selkirk Arms Hotel

Georgian hotel with stone-wall facade; very comfortable hotel offering high quality accommodation & award winning food.