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Days Inn Lockerbie

The Days Inn Lockerbie overlooks Annandale Water. The Hotel has 42 en-suite rooms from £40 per room per night

Our Days Inn Lockerbie hotel is ideally situated to be perfect for business, personal, families or just a quick overnighter if you’re stuck. All the rooms at the accommodation are guaranteed to be comfortable, clean and well equipped with quality made up beds and en-suite bathrooms. On site in our Lockerbie hotel you will also find free Wi-Fi access. In the morning of your stay, there is a vast array of breakfast options, from continental and full English breakfasts to snacks and coffees in Costa.

Lockerbie Hotel Services & Amenities

Continental Breakfast

Sofa Beds (in some rooms)

Free Outdoor Parking for Guests of the Hotel

Free wi-fi

RV or Truck Parking Available

Restaurant adjacent

Non Smoking Rooms

Wheel Chair Access

Lounge Chair

Wyndham Rewards

Tea/Coffee making facilities

Smoke Detector

Coffee Maker

Interior Corridors      

Clock Radio

Free parking

Flatscreen TV

Kids stay & eat FREE

Pets Accepted - 10 GBP Charge Per Pet Per Night Stayed -  Maximum 3 pets per room

Restaurants & Shops

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Costa Coffee

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Lockerbie Meetings and Facilities

This hotel does not have any meeting facilities at present. 

Local Attractions in Lockerbie

Annandale Water



Annandale Way - 9 miles 

Drumlanrig Castle Historic Site

Gretna Green Designer Outlet Shopping


Costa - On Site

Restbite Self Service Restaurant - On Site

The Burger Company - On Site



Visit the beautiful 17th Century Drumlanrig Castle and Country Estate in Nithsdale, only 40 minutes away, a majestic "Pink Palace" with all its many treasures as well as stunning parkland, championship mountain bike trails with bike hire, woodland walks, gardens, adventure playground, gift shops and tearoom.

Days Inn Location

Roadchef Motorway Service Area
A74M Junction 16 Johnstonebridge
Lockerbie, DG11 1HD
Fax: 44-1576-470644

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All about Lockerbie

The hotel is just a 10 minute drive away from the agricultural town of Lockerbie and a 15 minute drive from the attractive town of Moffat. There are plenty of shops and restaurants to choose from. Lockerbie is the perfect base from which to explore further into the beautiful region of Dumfries and Galloway.

Amongst the many sights in Lockerbie, you can visit the Garden of Remembrance, Dryfesdale Lodge visitor centure or Mossburn Community Farm or if thrills are what you're after, head over to Chariots of Fire carriage driving centre. The lockerbie Ice Rink is also a popular destination for young and old with not only skating but the opportunity to try you hand at curling.

Apparently the town has existed since the days of the Viking influence around AD 900 and has a breadth of history with Roman remains found at a previous camp site a mile west of the town suggesting the town's origins may be even earlier. From the 1700's the town began it's first big spurt of growth gaining significance as a staging post on the carriage route from Glasgow to London, and later becoming more widely recognised as connecting roads and railways were built throughout the 19th and 20th centuries.

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Days out in Lockerbie

There are plenty of activities, days out and walks around the picturesque town and surroundings with historical sights, museums and architecture for the inquisitive traveller and many events throughout the year for those that seek a little more fun! Some of the top attractions in Lockerbie include:

  • Lockerbie Garden of Remembrance
  • Dryfesdale Lodge Visitor Centre
  • Mossburn Community Farm
  • Chariots of Fire - Carriage driving centre
  • Lockerbie Ice Rink
  • Annandale Water
  • Drumlanrig Castle
  • Gretna Green Designer Outlet

Please let us know how you you’ve found your stay and we would love to hear your own recommendations of where to visit in the area.

things to do in lockerbieBig Burns Supper Festival

January 22-30th 2016

Join in the Burns Night celebrations just a short distance away in Dumfries, now in it’s fourth year as the streets and venues across Dumfries transform into a hub of music, theatre and comedy, combined in a celebration of all things Scottish. Bringing communities together through projects run from August until the event, the festival attracts over 70,000 visitors with over 8,000 participants to bring top notch shows, great food, plenty of drink and entertainment across pubs and taverns in a winter bonanza.

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Festival of Architecture

March 1-31 October 2016

Set to boost the appreciation of Scotland’s buildings and design, the Festival of Architecture is a celebration of historical builds, ruins and modern creations in an almost year-long exhibition detailing the building blocks and iconic designs that give the area it’s natural beauty and landscapes. There are many mini-events during this time including Hinterland (18-27 March) which highlights St Peter’s Seminary with thrilling light and sound displays.

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Eden Festival

June 9-12th 2016

A 3-day bonanza celebrating the arts, live music and comedy with a plethora of acts and circus performers adding to the vibrant celebrations, it’s no wonder it’s described as ‘Scotlands’ finest boutique festival’! Held near Moffat and this time round, in it’s 7th year it promises and eclectic mix of sights, sounds, cinema, artwork and workshops to add to the many performances that take place across the long weekend. Artists like Grandmaster Flash, Ms Dynamite, Colonel Mustard and Dijon Five have graced the stage already with random  appearances from people like Mr Motivator surprising the crowds with great interaction and engagement.

It’s family friendly and there are plenty of things to do with the kids too – from treasure hunts to ice cream, and powder-paint celebrations where everyone can get messy. 250 acts and 9 stages guarantee you an endless amount of fun, frollicks and experiences and is one not to be missed.

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Lockerbie Jazz Festival

September 22-25th 2016

The Lockerbie Jazz Festival takes place across multiple venues in Lockerbie and promotes great music and talented musicians, and brings a little pizazz to the centre of the town. Promotor Jazz Scotland aims to promote and contribute to an already vibrant Jazz scene in Scotland through multiple live performances in what’s now in it’s 11th year and a solid fixture in Lockerbie’s annual events.

2015 saw record attendance, with a 20% increase in ticket sales and visits from international music lovers, helping to boost the tourism industry in Dumfries and Galloway, with musicians such as Rose Room, Konrad Wiszniewski, Stephanie Trick, Paulo Alderighi and Budapest Ragtime Orchestra. There’s also  plenty of opportunity for young musicians to get involved through Hollywood Trust and Roberston Trust, giving fresh talent the centre stage and a chance to shine.

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