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    Bedrooms 6
  • From £85 per room per night

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The Auldgirth Inn is a 500 year old Scottish inn offering locally sourced seafood, craft beers, fine wines and 6 stylish bedrooms.

Comfortably cosy, in inn's warm, welcoming ambiance mingles with five centuries of history stacked up within the walls. Sit by the lounge bar inglenook and share a space once occupied by Rabbie Burns as he sheltered against winter's icy blast. Enjoy a delicious meal in the spacious dining area where you can watch talented chefs as they busily prepare a wide range of mouth-watering dishes mainly from healthy local Scottish produce. The inn has brought in chefs at the top of their profession to ensure the highest quality of cuisine that will tempt diners to return time after time.

Why not enjoy a peaceful night's rest and wake up to the prospect of a hearty Scottish breakfast that will set you up for the day. Whether your requirements are simply bed and breakfast or a longer stay, tastefully decorated, luxury rooms reflect the overall ambiance of the Auldgirth Inn. Six top quality bedrooms are designed to the highest of modern country character standards offering cosy comfort and relaxation. Double or twin, all come either en-suite or with their own private bathroom.

Nestling deep in rural Dumfriesshire, Auldgirth is the ideal base for those dedicated to country pursuits, particularly sporting parties heading for shooting trips at nearby Drumlanrig estate or fishing on the salmon rich River Nith flowing a few yards from the front door. Auldgirth is also the perfect launch pad for hill walkers or those keen to explore the historical wealth of a region that bequeathed the world the bicycle, the first steam powered ship and the electric light bulb to mention a few.

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  • AA 4 Star Inn
National Rating
AA
4 * rating
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    Double or Twin En-Suite 

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    Sleeps 2
  • From £85 per room per night

Why not enjoy a peaceful night's rest and wake up to the prospect of a hearty Scottish breakfast that will set you up for the day. Six top quality bedrooms are designed to the highest of modern country character standards offering cosy comfort and relaxation. Double or twin, all come either en-suite or with their own private bathroom. Other facilities include tea and coffee making facilities, TV, hairdryer, radio, complimentary toiletries, WiFi access and fresh towels and linen. 

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