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We stayed at Gretna Hall for the second time within a month. Unfortunately we were en-route to a funeral. The hotel is in the process of being undated and since the first visit you can see a difference in reception. The furniture in our room was dated, but hopefully in the process of updating it ...
If it is good food you are after, this is the place to go. As an 80 year old, I can remember the "good old days" before everything was over processed and packaged, we enjoyed real country food, well cooked and presented. What a treat.!! Our bedroom was a little crowded, but as a couple in a family ...
All staff were pleasant and helpful. Room was excellent - good bed and bathroom facilities. Had an evening meal in the restaurant - food arrived in good time and quality of same was excellent. Self serve breakfast with good selection available. Hotel was easy to locate and in peaceful ...
Had a lovely night here. Everything was clean and in good order. Breakfast was excellent. There was a problem with my payment which I only noticed when I got home, but I rang the hotel and it was all sorted out in an efficient and friendly manner.
The arresting landscape of Dumfries and Galloway can’t help but inspire a little romance. Couples can enjoy long strolls along its dramatic coastline, fascinating visits to renowned attractions and delicious seafood meals at award-winning restaurants. Choose the perfect romantic hotel as a base for a fantastic weekend getaway.
Take a trip to one of the many well preserved estates like Glenwhan Gardens, with spectacular views of Luce Bay and Mull of Galloway. Broughton House Garden is another popular stop, boasting a 19th century Japanese inspired estate, complete with intriguing and exotic plant species.
Robert Burns fans might want to spend a day in the city of Dumfries, once home to Scotland’s National Bard. A dedicated centre about the life and work of the poet can be visited in an old mill on the River Nith banks, it also gives a fascinating background on the surrounding area.
There are charming villages to stroll around, perfect for stopping off for afternoon tea and some arts and craft shopping. Kirkcudbright is often referred to as Artists’ Town and is home to many painters and writers. There's also, New Abbey, a quaint village along the Solway Coast Heritage Trail where you can see the famed Sweetheart Abbey.
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