Marilyn's Motels


Comfortable, quiet, self-catering accommodation

  • Daily rates
  • Bedding, towels, electricity included

Both motels are self-contained, fully equipped apartments in a quiet location, only 1½ miles from Samye Ling.

Both are on the ground floor, have TV's and are non-smoking.

Motel 1 sleeps up to two people, has a kitchen/diner and bathroom with bath and shower.

Motel 2
 sleeps up to four people and has a living room, kitchen and dining area and shower room.

The daily rates are for the whole apartments, not per person, and bedding, towels, heating and hot water are included.

For more information contact:
Marilyn Harris
Hart Knowe
Langholm DG13 0QH
Tel. 013873 73238 / 07899 000810
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