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In a ‘beautiful’ setting, Jan and Adam Moore’s dog-friendly country hotel in an 18th Century sporting lodge looks out over the hills and is surrounded by trees. More
Good Hotel Guide Review
In a ‘beautiful’ setting, Jan and Adam Moore’s dog-friendly country hotel in an 18th-century sporting lodge looks out over the hills and is surrounded by trees. Past fire-warmed sitting areas, ‘perfectly pleasant and comfortable’ bedrooms are supplied with home-made shortbread, fresh coffee and organic toiletries; a garden suite has a conservatory and private garden. Guests sensitive to noise (an A road runs close by) should ring in advance to discuss best options. Dinner has good choice for vegetarians and vegans; breakfast is ‘excellent’. Arm yourself with the hotel’s richly informative guide of walks before striding out, or simply relax: a Finnish sauna cabin and hot tub are in the grounds.
Dumfries and Galloway
9. 1 on ground floor.
all year except 24–26, 31 Dec.
bar, lounge, 2 dining rooms, in-room TV (Freeview), spa treatment room (outdoor hot tub, sauna cabin), wedding facilities, 4-acre grounds, ramp, EV charging.
in bar in evening.
all ages welcomed.
well-behaved dogs ‘not only allowed but welcomed’ in bedrooms, bar, 1 dining room, grounds. Beds, bowls, dog breakfast, washing area provided, on-site dog sitting and dog training by pre-arrangement.
Amex, MC, Visa.
per room B&B £145–£190. À la carte £40.50. 1-night bookings sometimes refused Sat.
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