Where better to experience some Scottish hospitality than in the very hotel where poet Robert Burns penned the "Selkirk Grace" in 1794? Two-night stays at the Selkirk Arms Hotel in the harbour town of Kirkcudbright now cost £69 per person -- a deal that saves over 30% on the usual price and includes:
Kick off your stay in the cosy bar with either a pot of tea or half a pint of the Selkirk Arms' popular real ale, The Grace -- brewed exclusively for the hotel.
The traditional townhouse hotel was built in the 1770s and still retains many of its original Georgian features. All 16 ensuite guest rooms come with satellite TV and free Wi-Fi. Click here for more information about the hotel.
Downstairs you'll find Artistas restaurant, a venue praised by the Michelin Guide 2013 for its "extensive menu" offering "regional ingredients in classic combinations". Gourmet highlights include Kirkcudbright king scallops, duo of Galloway Beef and Selkirk mess.
This deal is valid for stays seven days a week from 27 January-25 March. Extend your break to three nights for an extra £30 per person.
The hotel is in the town of Kirkcudbright in Dumfries and Galloway, southwest Scotland -- an hour's drive from the border. Often referred to as the "Artist's Town" due to its thriving cultural scene, Kirkcudbright famously provided the location for a handful of scenes in the 1973 British cult horror film "The Wicker Man".
Book by 6 February.
Travelzoo tip: This deal is valid on Valentine's Day, but we expect these rooms to sell fast.