9. 3 in converted barn, covered walkway from reception, 3 on ground floor.
all year, restaurant closed Mon/Tues.
bar, restaurant, conservatory, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), bar and conservatory wheelchair accessible (restaurant menu available), adapted toilet.
in bar and conservatory.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in 8 bedrooms, bar and conservatory, not in restaurant.
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
per person B&B £99–£200, D,B&B £260. Pub menu of seasonal dishes from £16-£28 per dish; tasting menu six courses £55
Good Hotel Guide Review
Gerald and Margo Smith have created a gourmet destination in a lonely pub at a crossroads just to the south of the Scottish moors,’ write Guide inspectors this year. They have ‘completely refurbished’ this formerly run-down pub. Most of the bedrooms are in the main building, some on the ground floor, some up ‘imposing, glass-walled stairs’. Three are in a converted barn. ‘Our first-floor room had fine countryside views, though the traditional old windows were set low so you had to sit down to see out. The bathroom had a large freestanding bath and separate wet-room shower.’ All rooms have fresh flowers, freshly baked biscuits or home-made preserves to take home.
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