Torbay Lodge Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

31 Lovers Walk
Dumfries and Galloway

Torbay Lodge Guest House, Dumfries

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Built in the 1860s the Torbay Lodge Guest House provides bed and breakfast in Dumfries with excellent facilities.To the front of the Torbay Lodge Bed and Breakfast is a large car park where you can leave your car for the duration of your stay in Dumfries. We are just two minutes from Dumfries Train Station and less than five minutes walk from DG1 Leisure Centre and the high street. Modern benefits of free wireless internet access for your laptop and digital TV.

We are situated within the quiet conservation area of Dumfries town centre town near other bed and breakfasts in Dumfries and only 150 yards from Dumfries railway station (no train traffic can be heard within the guest house).

From: £39.00

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18 March, 978

Murder of King Edward

The young King Edward, who had only been on the throne for 3 years, was murdered at Corfe Castle, Dorset, probably with the connivance of his step-mother. Edward, later canonized, was succeeded by his half-brother Ethelred, known to history by the unfortunate soubriquet, Ethelred the Unready

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