Here are our selection of hotels in Langholm, a burgh in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, on the River Esk and the A7 road.
In 1972, astronaut Neil Armstrong was welcomed to the town, and made the first freeman of the burgh. He happily declared the town his home. The unused episcopalian church on the Castle Holm in the burgh has been converted into the Armstrong clan museum. The town is home to a music and arts festival, a food festival and the Langholm walks. Each year many visitors come for the annual Common Riding, which takes place on the last Friday of July.
Langholm has both a pipe band and a brass band (known as the Town Band - or colloquially as The Toon Ban'). The Town Band is the oldest surviving brass band in Scotland.The town is also home to the Eskdale and Liddesdale Archaeological Society.
Now, check our Langholm Hotels Comparison page, to pick your right hotel and then to proceed with an online booking within the page. Also see our list Self-Catering Cottages in Scotland.