Annan Certificated Locations

The town of Annan is in the south-west of Scotland and stands of the banks of the River Annan, after which it is named.


There's a real sense of history in Annan, with a notable example being Bridge House. Built in 1780, it is considered one of the finest Georgian townhouses in Scotland. You can also visit the Annandale distillery, which played a key role in local industry in the 19th century.


Annan is a haven for wildlife lovers - you may be able to spot pipistrelle bats, kingfishers and even otters amid the tranquil countryside.


However, there's also a bustling high street with a good range of shops, restaurants and cafes.


Don't miss the Riding of the Marches procession each July for a fun day of live music and entertainment.