Ratings based on 15 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
nice hotel very comfortable,clean and warmPosted May 19, 2014
Pros: clean warm good beds and good food
Cons: the windows could do to be renewed
Location: dont know as it was a wedding we were at but it is close to dumfries if you wanted to shop,there is a lovely lake at the hotel well worth a walk round
we were at a wedding and stayed at this hotel,the only thing that i could fault was the reception was in a markey it was alright to start with but as it got later it was so cold as the doors are open all the time,was glad to go back down to the hotel to get warm otherwise it was lovely
Recommendedby L Loxam from Leeds
Beautiful HotelPosted May 16, 2014 on Hotels.com
Very pretty. Food is great. Rooms are lovely but a little tired if anything. No one can complain seeing the price is so reasonable.
Recommendedby Atlanticman from Shropshire
Great location, superb grounds, excellent foodPosted Mar 8, 2014 on Hotels.com
Very impressed overall...management and staff are pleasant and attentive to all your needs...There is a large comfortable lounge including a real log burner to warm you up on cold days...what with this and the unmistakeable feeling of its history, you expect a fully armed group of Clansman to enter the building at any moment....The meals are superbly cooked by an exceptionally talented Chef, with nothing being too much trouble...The rooms are clean with comfortable beds and all the usual extras....On this occasion, we took advantage of their very generous offer and stayed for four nights.....The house is reasonably placed for exploring the Galloway National Park area, but especially noted for being adjacent to the River Nith and its Salmon fishing...Nearly every night we enjoyed a Salmon option for dinner... there is nothing quite like it, and, as usual, cooked to perfection....The grounds have a small resident flock of Guinea Fowl who patrol the wood and adjacent fields for their foraging.....they also provide an endless source of amusement with their calls and antics.....Overall, an extremely enjoyable stay and well worth investigating
Recommendedby Sean from North East Englnd
Dumfries hideawayPosted Feb 22, 2014 on Hotels.com
Very comfortable. Lovely setting. Ideal for a stay in this lovely area of Scotland.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Classic hotel with a touch of classPosted Feb 9, 2014 on Hotels.com
classy with very nice food.
for Everyoneby Jackson from Ayr
Lovely hotelPosted Nov 26, 2013
Pros: The warm friendly atmosphere & the character of the building & its furnishings.
Cons: A bit more variety offered on the main menu - would have loved a fish option.
Location: Setting is superb & packed full of history. Walks in the grounds & if you are a fisherman - well it's simply heaven on earth !
Lovely hotel with a warm friendly atmosphere. The staff were friendly yet professional & the overall Customer Service was excellent. The room was clean, well kept & couldn't be faulted. The food was very good & the restaurant service attentive & good. The setting & grounds are beautiful. Overall it was a great stay & in our view value for money - especially as we opted for an offer package. We will be returning with our daughter & family dog very soon. The fact that the hotel is dog friendly is a huge bonus for us & we would be very happy to pay the supplement required for the dog.
for Familiesby Lori-Ann from Alberta, Canada
Perfect!Posted Nov 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
Staff was most welcoming! First class hotel with a very warm, comfortable atmosphere. Dinner and breakfast were excellent! We really enjoyed our visit and will definitely be back again.
for Familiesby Clysdale from Canada
Comfortable Stay in Remote HotelPosted Jun 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
Comfortable stay. This was a convenient base to travel to places in the neighbourhood. We ate some meals in the hotel, and had to drive to get to anywhere else to eat. The hotel was a bit tricky to find at first, since it is several miles south of Auldgirth, and their address just gave the name of the village. There are lovely walks along the river by the hotel.
Recommendedby Chippymint from Redcar
Traquil retreatPosted May 28, 2013 on Hotels.com
Stayed midweek and hotel was very quiet which to be honest was exactly what we wanted. Arrived quite late and being pushed for time we decided to order food from the bar as opposed to a three course meal on offer in the restaurant. Seating in the bar for eating leaves a little to be desired however the food was excellent in presentation, quality and great value for money. Staff were efficient and very friendly .Our room was clean and comfortable and was more than adequate for our short stay. Beds were comfortable and the en-suite clean and fresh. Views are stunning and the grounds are exactly what you would expect from a country house estate. Breakfast was excellent , all in all excellent value for money.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Texas, USA
Wonderful getaway!Posted Apr 12, 2013 on Hotels.com
Our room was large and comfortable, the bath spacious and clean and the food at the restaurant was fabulous.