Kirkconnel Hall Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Lockerbie, Dumfries and Galloway

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Dumfries and Galloway
DG11 3JH

Kirkconnel Hall Hotel, Lockerbie

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Accommodation Description:

Originally home to the Arnott family Kirkconnel Hall dates as far back as the 15th century, providing the property with great historic interest. It is only 10 miles north of Gretna in SW Scotland.

Originally home to the Arnott family. Kirkconnel Hall dates as far back as the 15th century, providing the property with great historic interest. It was home to Napoleon's physician, Dr.

Archibald Arnott, in the late 18th Century and although extended in the 1870's and again more recently, it retains much of its period charm. Kirkconnel Hall has extensive gardens and grounds extending to approximately 3.75 acres and to the rear there are areas of lawn, and grounds which have a range of mature trees and shrubs. Kirkconnel Hall Hotel has a highly visable location adjacent to junction 19 of the A74M on the edge of the country village of Ecclecfechan.

It is only 10 miles north of Gretna and is well located in an area of south west Scotland popular for both short breaks, weddings, functions and business conferences. We are about 18 miles from Carlisle and Dumfries. All round there are plenty of activities to be had with the likes of fishing, golf, beautiful walks and cycling routes.

The hotel has ample FREE car parking, bar, lounge, restaurant and extensive and well planned conferencing facilities. Recently aquired by its present owners, Kirkconnel Hall is now a family owned and run business and we look forward to welcoming you and hope that you have an enjoyable stay with us.

3 star rating

From: £14.00

Room Facilities
Trouser press
Ironing board
Colour television

Wedding services
Wakeup call
Porter service
Non-smoking (throughout)
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
24-hour reception

On-site parking
Free parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Meeting rooms
Fax machine
Direct dial phone

Dining Facilities
The Arnott Restaurant is a grand room, able to facilitate up to 40 covers. The Brasserie Restaurant menu has a wide choice of cuisine, and includes vegetarian choices along with countless healthy eating options.

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities
Games available
Children's menu

Pet Policy
All pets

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