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The country's capital, Edinburgh, is located about 55 miles to the northeast of Thornhill.
Sitting 25 miles to the south, Sandyhills Beach is a terrific spot to while away a few hours chilling out by the water. Rockcliffe Beach also offers some pleasant views. You'll discover this piece of coastline 25 miles to the south.
Mother Nature's splendour can be seen around Thornhill. Just 20 miles away, Dryfesdale Lodge Visitor Centre is a terrific place to start. The Caerlaverock Wetland Centre sits 25 miles away and is another pleasant spot to find some peace and quiet.
Make your stay an enlightening one by learning the history of Drumlanrig Castle.
The snow-covered landscapes of Midlothian Snowsports Centre and Midlothian Ski Centre offer thrilling entertainment for powder hounds. Grab your skis and cut up the fresh trails.
Take the opportunity to go to other nearby sights, such as the Sanquhar Tolbooth Museum and the A' The Airts. You'll come across them 10 miles north in Sanquhar. Not ready to return the rental car just yet? The Dumfries Museum and Sweetheart Abbey are in Dumfries, 16 miles to the southeast of Thornhill.
Do a little shopping and visit some sights in Kirkcudbright. This destination is 30 miles to the south and close to Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park, Greyfriars Episcopal Church and MacLellan's Castle. That being said, you shouldn't forget about Broughton House and the Tolbooth either.
Whether you prefer chasing Michelin stars or gulping down a snack from a street stall, tasting the local food and drink is one of the best things about travelling. So why not treat your taste buds by digging into some of the area's decadent offerings?
There's always a local recipe or two you need to try, and while you're in Thornhill, Scotch pie is definitely among them. Cullen skink (fish soup) is another local classic that's an essential experience for food lovers.
If you're feeling thirsty and would like to indulge in a glass of amber nectar, we suggest Belhaven. Look out for happy hour, mingle with new friends and bottoms up!
Having difficulty saying goodbye? Don't worry. This stunning region will always be here to welcome you back.
With some preparation, making your way to Glasgow International Airport (GLA), the closest airport, shouldn't be too hard. It's approximately 50 miles to the northwest of the centre of Thornhill.