Dumfries and Galloway Online

Dumfries and Galloway
This page: updated 1st December 2017

Scottish Castle Hotel in south west Scotland Self catering by the sea in Scotland Camping in south west Scotland

Sanquhar B&Bs
Dumfries and Galloway

Sanquhar Bed & Breakfast Accommodation

Sanquhar B&B and guest house accommodation in the Sanquhar area of Dumfries and Galloway, south west Scotland ...

Below these B&B listings you will also find information about the town of Sanquhar and the places nearby - Wanlockhead, Kirkconnel and Durisdeer.

Sanquhar B&Bs and Guest Houses:


Coming for a holiday? About the Sanquhar, Wanlockhead, Kirkconnel and Durisdeer area

The town of SanquharThe Most northern town of Dumfries and Galloway is Sanquhar.

Sanquhar has a golf course, a leisure centre, the Sanquhar Tolbooth Museum and many opportunities for walks and picnics among the hills over which the Southern Upland Way passes.

An interesting collection of historic items are displayed with the 19th century Sanquhar Church and the Sanquhar Historic Walk is a trail map through the town following historic plaques and taking in the 18th Century Tolbooth and Sanquhar's Castle, of which now only traces remain.

The Castle saw much conflict, and the town recalls it's history with an annual Riding of the Marches, the climax of its Gala week.

KIRKCONNEL 

North of Sanquhar is Kirkconnel, a former mining village with a memorial to all the miners killed over the years in the former mines. The glens and hills around this area provided a refuge for the Covenanters.

DURISDEER 

South east of Sanquhar is Durisdeer with its church, dating from 1699, containing the "Queensberry Marbles" which represents the recumbent figures of the second Duke and Duchess of the Queensberry family of nearby Drumlanrig Castle. The Well Path was part of medieval pilgrimage route to Whithorn in the west of Galloway.

Wanlockhead

From Sanquhar a drive east on the B797 leads into the impressive Lowther Hills where several summits rise over 610 metres (2,000ft) to the Scottish Lead Mining Museum at Wanlockhead. This is Scotland's highest village, 450 metres above sea level and the source of much mineral wealth dug from the surrounding hills. Here can be discovered what it meant to live in a miners home or work in a lead mine, see a walk-in mine beam engine, smelt mill and water lades.

 

Dumfries and Galloway Accommodation providers
If you wish to have your site included in these pages please read and complete the add Dumfries and Galloway Accommodation Form.

Bed & Breakfast accommodation in Dumfries and Galloway:
Guest Houses and B&Bs in Annan | Guest Houses and B&Bs in Carsphairn | Guest Houses and B&Bs in Castle Douglas | Guest Houses and B&Bs in Dalbeattie and the Coast | Guest Houses and B&Bs in Dumfries Town and Area | Guest Houses and B&Bs in Gatehouse of Fleet | Guest Houses and B&Bs in Gretna and Gretna Green | Guest Houses and B&Bs in Kirkcudbright | Guest Houses and B&Bs in Langholm | Guest Houses and B&Bs in Lockerbie | Guest Houses and B&Bs in Moffat | Guest Houses and B&Bs in Moniave and Thornhill | Guest Houses and B&Bs in Newton Stewart and Creetown | Guest Houses and B&Bs in Portpatrick and The Mull of Galloway | Guest Houses and B&Bs in Sanquhar | Guest Houses and B&Bs in Stranraer and Cairnryan| Guest Houses and B&Bs in Wigtown, Whithorn and The Machars

DISCLAIMER: Although we aim to ensure that web sites that we link to contain suitable material, the Dumfries and Galloway administrators can take no responsibility for external web site content or claims. In addition, link descriptions are written by web site owners and / or managers.