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Gretna Green

Gretna Green

Gretna Green is an idyllic wedding town, located beside the beautiful town Gretna, within the wider Dumfries and Galloway area of the Scottish Borders. Offering visitors a fantastic chance to explore both Scotland and England, with many nearby activities and attractions. Enjoy the wide-open spaces, and fresh unpolluted air in this area of tremendous natural beauty.

Gretna Green is known as a romantic destination, with some fascinating local history, especially concerning the history of the town with runaway marriages from young English couples hoping to get married at a younger age in Scotland. The wider local history of the area is also fascinating from the infamous Border Reivers to the activities of Robert the Bruce in the area.

We love Gretna Green because...

  • Natural beauty
  • Fascinating history
  • Ideal for exploring
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Hotels in Gretna Green
Gretna Hall Hotel
Gretna Green DG16 5DY

This grand historic property is an iconic site within Gretna Green, set within 10 acres of landscaped grounds and offering guests a relaxing, wholesome base.

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Gretna Hall Hotel
Gretna Green DG16 5DY

This grand historic property is an iconic site within Gretna Green, set within 10 acres of landscaped grounds and offering guests a relaxing, wholesome base.

In and around Gretna Green

Gretna Green Famous Blacksmith’s shop

Detailing the rich history of the area, especially the practice of marriage that has drawn couples here since the 18th century. Learn through interactive exhibits and displays, which bring the story to life. Admire artefacts and relics from the times and stand in the ceremony rooms that were in use for those tying the knot. Best of all, if you touch the anvil here, you will receive good fortune in matters of the heart.

Cumbria’s Museum of Military Life

Journey back through the area’s history and relive the story of the Cumbria’s Country Infantry Regiment, from past to present. Admire the relics, uniforms, firearms, medals and personal items on display and learn through the varied displays.

Carlisle Castle

This impressive castle has stood watch over the city of Carlisle for more than 900 years, with various renovations and improvements adding to its fascinating architecture over the years. The castle is one of the key features of the city and has played an important role in its history. Built by William the Second, son of William the Conqueror, this castle changed hands a number of times.

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