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Solway Coast Motorhome Hire

 
Camping and Caravans
Dumfries
Sleeps: 6

Solway Coast Motorhome Hire – contact us to start your 2022 adventure!

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Six berth, pet friendly Motorhome Hire in Dumfries, South West Scotland

Solway Coast Motorhome Hire

Holidaying in a motorhome is a fantastic opportunity to tour and camp at your own pace with unlimited mileage and your own home comforts – we even have 5G WiFi.

Please don’t forget to look up and follow the stars and experience everything this beautiful dark sky area has to offer.

We have lots of touring experience and ideas to share with you to make sure your holiday fulfils all your wishes.    During your hire period we are available to provide 24/7 support. 

Please contact us by email, we’d love to hear from you!

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Solway Coast Motorhome Hire
Dumfries
DG2 9HP

07709 078902


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Dumfries
DG2 9HP

Thomsons Food Service

Dumfries
We deliver throughout Dumfries and Galloway, South Ayrshire and the Borders Find out more

Arden Holiday Cottage Activity and Leisure Packages

Dumfries
Here at Arden Cottage, we offer some really unique experiences to make your getaway that little bit more memorable. Find out more

WWT Caerlaverock Wetland Centre

Dumfries
We are pioneers in saving threatened wetland wildlife, a centre for excellence in conservation science and experts in wetland management and creation. Find out more

Robert Burns House

Dumfries
Robert Burns House is a simple sandstone house in a quiet Dumfries street and it was here that Robert Burns, Scotland’s national poet, spent the last years of his life. Find out more

Sanquhar Tolbooth Museum

Sanquhar
Discover Sanquhar’s world famous knitting tradition and the story of the mines and miners of Sanquhar and Kirkconnel. Find out more

Dumfries Museum

Dumfries
Dumfries Museum hosts a lively programme of special exhibitions, events and family activities throughout the year. Find out more

Climb Criffel Hill

New Abbey
Criffel Hill may be less than 2000 feet high, but as this is the highest hill for some distance it is prominent in views of the Solway Coast, from the Lake District. Find out more

Mabie Forest Park

Dumfries area
Offering spectacular views across the Dumfries and Galloway countryside and over to the Solway Firth. Find out more

Ae Forest

Ae
Ae Forest is the perfect place to get away from it all Find out more

Galloway Cycling Holidays

Castle Douglas - Kirkcudbright
We specialise in guided and self-guided cycling holidays in the South West of ScotlandWe can arrange the accommodation and will move your luggage. Find out more

The Love Bug D&G

Lockerbie
Adorned with ribbons and bows to co-ordinate with your occasion, these classic beauties, like great Hollywood stars, never lose their appeal. Chilled bubbly on board. Find out more

The Crichton Memorial Church

Dumfries
The Crichton Memorial Church is regularly used for weddings, funerals and weekly services.  Graduations, concerts, plays and 'Wine & Dine' events. Find out more

Theatre Royal Dumfries

Dumfries
The Guild of Players presents a regular season of four shows, as well as a family-friendly Christmas pantomime. Find out more

Criffel Coaches

Dumfries
where our aim is to provide high quality mini coach travel at affordable prices without compromising on safety. Find out more

Mostly Ghostly Tours

Dumfries and Galloway’s first paranormal investigation team and creators of a range of well-researched ghost and local history tours Find out more

Easterbrook Hall

Dumfries
Easterbrook Hall and The Crichton Memorial Church sit proudly within the grounds of The Crichton in Dumfries in the South West of Scotland. Find out more

Burns Country Run

Burns Country Run is a route of 162 miles and celebrates the life of Robert Burns the National Bard of Scotland. Find out more

South West Coastal 300 #SWC300

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Robert Burns’ Ellisland Museum and Farm

Dumfries
Today visitors can explore Burns’ farmhouse; the kitchen where meals were shared, his spence where genius was ignited Find out more

Historic Scotland- New Abbey Corn Mill

New Abbey
See a beautifully-restored village mill in action and learn about how oatmeal, a staple of the Scottish diet, was once made. Find out more

Gordon Young- 7Stanes Art

The best mountain biking in Britain and the best art in the environment. Find out more

Dumfries & Galloway Aviation Museum

Dumfries
Also a very impressive display of artifacts and personal histories relating to aviation, past and present. Both civil and military are represented. Find out more

Robert Burns Centre and Film Theatre

Dumfries
Robert Burns Centre and Film Theatre screens a mixture of contemporary independent cinema as well as foreign language and arthouse films. Find out more

Gracefield Arts Centre

Dumfries
home to a collection of over 600 paintings and drawings by Scottish artists, most with links to Dumfries and Galloway. Find out more

The Globe Inn

Dumfries
Combining rich and passionate history with a stunning and sympathetically refurbished restaurant and bar, a private dining room and museum. Find out more

Moat Brae Birthplace of Peter Pan

Dumfries
For our escapades in a certain Dumfries Garden, which is enchanted land to me, were certainly the genesis of that nefarious work, Peter Pan.” Find out more

Historic Scotland- Sweetheart Abbey

New Abbey
A monument to human and divine love, Sweetheart Abbey was named for its founder, Lady Dervorgilla, who was buried here with the embalmed heart of her beloved husband. Find out more

Historic Scotland- Caerlaverock Castle

Caerlaverock
Due to access restrictions in place as a precautionary measure while we undertake high level masonry inspections, there is currently no visitor access to the castle. Find out more

Loch Arthur Farm Shop and Cafe

Beeswing
They are proud to live up to that title by offering a fantastic selection of their own organic and locally produced foods: Find out more

Robert Burns Centre and Film Theatre

Dumfries
Robert Burns Centre and Film Theatre screens a mixture of contemporary independent cinema as well as foreign language and arthouse films. Find out more

Gracefield Arts Centre

Dumfries
home to a collection of over 600 paintings and drawings by Scottish artists, most with links to Dumfries and Galloway. Find out more

The Globe Inn

Dumfries
Combining rich and passionate history with a stunning and sympathetically refurbished restaurant and bar, a private dining room and museum. Find out more

Abbey Cottage Tearoom

New Abbey
The kitchen in this family-owned business is busy from early morning producing home-cooked food. Find out more

Cavens Country House

Kirkbean, by Dumfries
Following an excellent meal, you are then welcome to sink into an easy chair and enjoy a liqueur with coffee and chocolates by a real fire place. Find out more

Kilnford Farm Shop & Farmhouse Kitchen Cafe

Dumfries
Our farm shop is a treasure cove of local and Scottish delights. The farm shop is often referred to as ‘the food hub of Dumfries and Galloway’. Find out more

Ae Forest Bike Shop and Cafe

Dumfries
There will  always be  a warm welcome at Ae and it's a great place to go walking, horse riding or to simply hang out and relax. Find out more

Moat Brae Birthplace of Peter Pan

Dumfries
For our escapades in a certain Dumfries Garden, which is enchanted land to me, were certainly the genesis of that nefarious work, Peter Pan.” Find out more

Easterbrook Bistro, Bar & Spa

Dumfries
An ideal place to stop-off for coffee, lunch or dinner or for cocktails and pre-show meal and drinks. Find out more

Historic Scotland- Sweetheart Abbey

New Abbey
A monument to human and divine love, Sweetheart Abbey was named for its founder, Lady Dervorgilla, who was buried here with the embalmed heart of her beloved husband. Find out more

Historic Scotland- Caerlaverock Castle

Caerlaverock
Due to access restrictions in place as a precautionary measure while we undertake high level masonry inspections, there is currently no visitor access to the castle. Find out more

Loch Arthur Farm Shop and Cafe

Beeswing
They are proud to live up to that title by offering a fantastic selection of their own organic and locally produced foods: Find out more
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