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Lunch here was exceptional. Friendly service, delicious well-priced food and drink in the sunny garden.Possibly the world's crispiest onion rings and first class roast beef: this chef really knows what he's doing. Highly recommended.
We ate twice at the hotel while staying at a property in Kirkmichael. The first time there were 12 of us including 2 kids, the second time just 7 adults. Both times the staff did everything possible to make us feel welcome. We booked the...More
We were staying as we were going to an event down the road.
First night we had a difficult night as my wife smelt tobacco on the bed which kept her awake all night.
However when we asked to change rooms the owner was one,...More
My husband and I stayed in late July 2017. We were in room #6 on the second floor at the front of the house (the noise was not bad to be so close to the road). The staff and the owners may be some of...More
Lovely traditional inn. Room was very spacious and clean. No iron or hairdryer, so take your own. Quiz night happened to be on during our stay, pub was packed. A great night, complimentary snacks too! Staff very welcoming. Dinner and breakfast were both delicious. Location...More
I can't better the answer that BobEllis3 has given and all I would add is that you can strike out in almost any direction from Kirkmichael and find wonderful walking, be it along the valley floor by the river or up into the... More
I can't better the answer that BobEllis3 has given and all I would add is that you can strike out in almost any direction from Kirkmichael and find wonderful walking, be it along the valley floor by the river or up into the foothills, and a short drive opens up even more opportunities.