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17C former coaching in is at the top of Loch Ken and on the edge of the Galloway Forest Dark Sky Park. It is set in the centre of the smallest and most picturesque Royal Burgh in Scotland. We have 10 cosy en-suite bedrooms with TV/DVD/Radio and tea and coffee making facilities, a traditional bar with a good selection of Malts and a welcoming log fire and an excellent restaurant specialising in fresh local produce. Wi-fi access throughout Hotel. This is the perfect base to unwind and explore the outstanding natural beauty of South West Scotland. You can enjoy walking, cycling, shooting or stalking, fishing, golf, birdwatching, photography and painting, watersports.........Or just totally relax and do nothing....We welcome well behaved and "dog friendly" dogs. TRADITIONAL HOSPITALITY AT ITS VERY BEST.
Tried to book a meal here and gave up after 3 attempts! I inquired after a table for 2 in July for 8.30pm to be told they stopped serving at 8pm and I should try Castle Douglas for a meal. I subsequently e-mailed another 2...More
2 Thank Gail M
Response from SusanOhare, Owner at The Cross Keys HotelResponded June 8, 2018
What a totally exaggerated `review` !!
You emailed me requesting a table for 2 on 26/7 @ 9.00 pm. I emailed you back to tell you that we stopped serving at 8.00 pm and suggested other places for you to eat if you wanted a...More
I booked six rooms for a one night stay on a motorcycling trip around Scotland. Private gated parking at the rear, uneven ground, not secure. Clean and tidy rooms with full facilities,a little tired and in need of an update but comfortable. Bar doesn't normally...More
My OH booked this B&B as a base to explore The Galloway Forest & surrounding areas.
Susan is a welcoming dog-loving host who ensures a comfortable stay. Whilst basic, our room was comfortable with a hot shower. toiletry supplies weren’t provided but we were able...More
We have been trying to go for a drink in the bar at the Cross Keys Hotel for over three weeks, but the place is always shut. Sometimes it has an ‘Open’ sign hanging in the main door, but it makes no difference, it is...More
1 Thank Peter T
Response from SusanOhare, Owner at The Cross Keys HotelResponded December 1, 2017
The only night the pub is closed is Sunday evenings. We have a very busy Hotel and our residents eat and drink here. We do, however, close the bar once our residents have gone to bed as experience shows that midweek and winter weekends the...More
Mid week trip spur of the moment resulted in entertaining evening, Susan the landlady happen to say was a quiz evening. Place was packed Wednesday night turned out to be funny evening all very friendly and a laugh. Room clean, shower red hot (winter) needed...More