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haunted dumfries and galloway

3 Haunted Places in Dumfries and Galloway

05/09/2017 |

The Galloway Arms Hotel, Crocketford

The Galloway Arms Hotel in the centre of the village of Crocketford.

The Grade B listed hotel dates back to 1856 when it was first called the New Inn.

Before that, the building was used … Read More

3 Haunted Hotels in Dumfries and Galloway

05/09/2017 |

The Comlongon Castle Hotel, Clarencefield

You’ll find Comlongon Castle Hotel in the countryside to the west of the small village of Clarencefield.

The Grade A listed 15th century Comlongon Castle is actually a five storey tower house.

Local legend says … Read More

3 Haunted Castles in Dumfries and Galloway

05/09/2017 |

Auchen Castle Hotel, Moffat

Sir Humphrey de Kirkpatrick built the Auchen Castle Hotel back in 1220…

Of course it wasn’t a hotel back then!

Over the centuries the historic castle came under the ownership of the Clan Johnstone and the … Read More

Haunted: Sanquhar Castle, Sanquhar, Dumfries and Galloway

03/09/2017 |

The Hauntings of Sanquhar Castle

Today, the 13th century Sanquhar Castle is sadly a ruin.

It was built by the Crichton family and in its time was visited by many historical figures such as Robert the Bruce, William Wallace, Edward … Read More

Haunted: Drumlanrig Castle, Queensberry Estate, Dumfries and Galloway

03/09/2017 |

The Haunting of Drumlanrig Castle

The category A listed Drumlanrig Castle is located on the Queensberry Estate.

It’s the Dumfriesshire home of the Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch and Queensberry.

The 17th century Renaissance castle was built in 1679 from … Read More

Haunted: Auchen Castle Hotel, Moffat, Dumfries and Galloway

03/09/2017 |

The Haunting of Auchen Castle Hotel

Sir Humphrey de Kirkpatrick built the Auchen Castle Hotel back in 1220…

Of course it wasn’t a hotel back then!

Over the centuries the historic castle came under the ownership of the Clan Johnstone … Read More