Our selection of Ecclefechan Hotels in the south of Scotland in Dumfries and Galloway.
This small village lies in the valley of the Mein Water, a tributary of the River Annan, 5 miles (8 km) north of Annan and 8 miles (14 km) northwest of the English border.
Thomas Carlyle's (the eassayist) birthplace "The Arched House" is a tourist attraction and has been maintained by the National Trust for Scotland since 1936.
Ecclefechan lies at the foot of the large Roman Fort, Burnswark, which dominates the horizon with its flat top. Two miles from the village centre lies Hoddom Castle, a caravan and holiday park.Local produce includes Ecclefechan butter tart and a blended whisky called "The Fechan" whose label denotes the Arched House.
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