The Haven

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

The Haven Bridge Road Bridge of Dee
Castle Douglas
Dumfries and Galloway
Scotland
DG7 1TN

The Haven, Castle Douglas

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Dating back to 1787 The Haven cottage is situated on the banks of the Kirkcubrightshire Dee River in the rural village of Bridge of Dee in Bonnie Galloway. The Haven is close to the Market town of Castle Douglas. River-side location fishing available when conditions are right.

Beautiful golf course within 3 miles. Cycling walking and horse-riding available with spectacular rural scenery. PLEASE NOTE HOTEL ONLY ACCEPT CASH AS PAYMENT AT CHECK-IN

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