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The cheapest way to get from Hexham to Dumfries is to drive which costs £11 - £17 and takes 1h 19m.
The quickest way to get from Hexham to Dumfries is to drive which costs £11 - £17 and takes 1h 19m.
No, there is no direct bus from Hexham to Dumfries. However, there are services departing from Hexham, Priestpopple and arriving at Dumfries, Loreburne Centre 2 via Carlisle, Eaten by Monsters. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 3h 57m.
No, there is no direct train from Hexham to Dumfries. However, there are services departing from Hexham and arriving at Dumfries via Carlisle. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 2h 14m.
The distance between Hexham and Dumfries is 61 miles. The road distance is 68.8 miles.
The best way to get from Hexham to Dumfries without a car is to train which takes 2h 14m and costs £17 - £40.
It takes approximately 2h 14m to get from Hexham to Dumfries, including transfers.
Hexham to Dumfries bus services, operated by Arriva Northumbria, depart from Hexham, Priestpopple station.
Hexham to Dumfries train services, operated by Northern Rail, depart from Hexham station.
The best way to get from Hexham to Dumfries is to train which takes 2h 14m and costs £17 - £40. Alternatively, you can bus, which costs £12 - £18 and takes 3h 57m.
Hexham to Dumfries bus services, operated by Stagecoach Cumbria & North Lancashire, arrive at Dumfries, Loreburne Centre 2 station.
Hexham to Dumfries train services, operated by ScotRail, arrive at Dumfries station.
Yes, the driving distance between Hexham to Dumfries is 69 miles. It takes approximately 1h 19m to drive from Hexham to Dumfries.
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There are 281+ hotels available in Dumfries. Prices start at £75 per night.
Dumfries is a market town and former royal burgh within the Dumfries and Galloway council area of Scotland. It is near the mouth of the River Nith into the Solway Firth. Dumfries was a civil parish and became the county town of the former county of Dumfriesshire. Dumfries is nicknamed Queen of the South. People from Dumfries are known colloquially as Doonhamers. - Wikipedia
Dumfries Museum and Camera Obscura, located in Dumfries in Dumfries & Galloway, is the largest museum in the region. The museum has extensive collections relating to local and history from the pre-historic era. The museum also has the world's oldest working Camera Obscura. Admission is free, however a small fee applies for the Camera Obscura.
Caerlaverock Castle (from "caer laverock", "lark castle") is a moated triangular castle first built in the 13th century. It is located on the southern coast of Scotland, 11 km south of Dumfries, on the edge of the Caerlaverock National Nature Reserve. Caerlaverock was a stronghold of the Maxwell family from the 13th century until the 17th century when the castle was abandoned. It was besieged by the English during the Wars of Scottish Independence, and underwent several partial demolitions and reconstructions over the 14th and 15th centuries. In the 17th century, the Maxwells were created Earls of Nithsdale, and built a new lodging within the walls, described as among "the most ambitious early classical domestic architecture in Scotland". In 1640 the castle was besieged for the last time and was subsequently abandoned. Although demolished and rebuilt several times, the castle retains the distinctive triangular plan first laid out in the 13th century. Caerlaverock Castle was built to control trade in early times.
The Abbey of Dulce Cor, better known as Sweetheart Abbey (Gd: An Abaid Ur), or New Abbey Pow, was a Cistercian monastery founded in 1275 in what is now the town of New Abbey, Dumfries and Galloway, 8 mi south of Dumfries, near to the Nith in south-west Scotland. It was suppressed in 1624.
The Garden of Cosmic Speculation is a 30 acre (12 hectare) sculpture garden created by landscape architect and theorist Charles Jencks at his home, Portrack House, near Dumfries in South West Scotland. Like much of Jencks' work, the garden is inspired by modern cosmology.
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