We booked this hotel for one night whilst travelling in Scotland for business. Must admit we arrived in the dark and it was not easy to see if we had arrived at a hotel or a private house. It was pouring with rain and the pot holed car park was a slight challenge in the conditions.
If you are looking for an immaculate modern hotel then it's not for you but if you are after a homely welcoming place to stay that this is it. The staff were very welcoming, the food both in the evening and breakfast was great.
Whilst we are not particulary large people - hubby is over 6ft and I am 5ft 8 we did find the double bed a little small and keep fighting for the duvet so our nights sleep was not fantastic. There was however a single bed in the room which we could have used but didn't.
Would I stay again - Yes as the hospitality was brilliant
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Grade B listed Victorian Hunting Lodge.6 En-Suite bedrooms, Restaurant & Bar.Extensive locally sourced menu, daily specials and diet conscious dishes.Open seven nights.Ideal base for touring Dunfriesshire & the Borders, Glasgow less than an hour away.Also handy for shooting, fishing and walking.Guest requirements met including late breakfasts, packed lunches, drying facilities etc. ... more less