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Discover 500 years of enchanting Scottish history behind the doors of The Auldgirth Inn, a characterful public house and restaurant with rooms deep in rural Dumfriesshire.

The cosy lounge and bar provides a warm and welcoming spot to enjoy a craft beer or fine wine, while the spacious and renowned restaurant serves up a world-class menu using locally sourced ingredients cooked by highly-skilled chefs that will leave the hungriest of guests happy and satisfied.

Once you’ve soaked up the historical ambience of the Auldgirth Inn, you can retire to one of the 6 luxurious double or twin bedrooms, all en-suite or with their own private bathroom, equipped with complimentary toiletries, WiFi, TV, radio, hairdryer and tea- and coffee-making facilities. Modern country character sets the tone with comfy beds that are sure to ensure restful slumber, before you rise fresh, relaxed and ready for your hearty breakfast.

You’ll find plenty to do in the surrounding area, which is a paradise for fishing enthusiasts. Head to the River Nith just nearby to go salmon fishing (there’s seasonal sea trout and grayling, too), take a hike in the spectacular woodland and hills, visit beautiful castles and historical sites, or go shooting for grouse and pheasant at the famous Drumlanrig Estate. The Auldgirth Inn is the ideal destination for a memorable overnight break. 

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    Modern country character sets the tone in each luxurious, double or twin bedroom at the Auldgirth Inn. You’ll discover complimentary toiletries, WiFi, TV, radio, hairdryer and tea- and coffee-making facilities here for a truly comfortable stay, plus sumptuous and inviting beds to ensure restful slumber before you rise fresh, relaxed and ready for your hearty cooked breakfast.

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