Lovely traditional family run hotel. The building is great and full of nice period features and the father and son team that run the place give you the impression that nothing is too much trouble, which extends to the rest of the staff. The bar area is nice and cosy with a big…
Our first visit, but not our last. On arrival greeted and checked in by Jaime.....room nice with lovely comfy bed, plenty of hot water and a well powered shower...........breakfast lovely, in front of a roaring fire, in the bar area. Ate in the bar 2 nights, it was…
We are regular visitors to the Traquair Arms but decided on this occasion to stay over for a long weekend. We had a fantastic time made all the better by the warmth of the welcome. I would not hesitate to recommend the hotel to friends and family.
My husband and I had the pleasure of staying here for the past couple of nights and apart from some very small issues we’d had, but discussed and sorted with management, we had a really lovely stay. We were warmly welcomed on arrival by Jamie and David, the owner. Our room was…
A very good 2 nights spent at this hotel, the only down point was the group who played on new years eve quite awful actually, but staff were very welcoming and friendly and food was very good and reasonably priced
"Three Floors. I was in Room 8 on the top floor which was nice and quiet."
"upper rooms have better views"
"If you stay in the same room as us remember to take your own TV and window."
"Not room 3. "
"Don’t stay here! We had a very uncomfortable night after an overpriced evening meal. "