Excellent problem-free booking direct with the pub via the 'phone.
For 30GBP I wasn't expecting too much from my one night stay at this pub, however I was pleasantly surprised.
I had exclusive use of a twin room which was well furnished with a very comfortable bed and very clean and fresh bedding abd towels. En-suite shower and toilet. The room was very large with a nice view overlooking a nearby orchard. Plentiful tea, coffee, biscuits etc.
There is a private residents lounge on the first floor and a private residents dining room on the ground floor, both are very well furnished and comfortable.
There was no "pub" noise whatsoever, I had a very peaceful stay. the staff were very friendly and cheerful.
They are also dog-friendly.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Abbey Arms Hotel is an attractive and welcoming family run hotel. It sits in the square of the picturesque village of New Abbey, on the Solway Coastal Route, 7 miles from Dumfries. Our facilities include: A friendly well stocked bar, with a wide range of ales, including continental lagers and always a good real ale. Our restaurant provides a wide varied range of home prepared meals, something to cater for all tastes. Wee room, a small lounge with a big open fire, which is always lit in the winter. We have seven letting bedrooms, six are en-suite and one with private facilities. All have tea and coffee making facilities, television, hairdryer and are individually decorated to a high standard. A large Residents Lounge , in case you prefer just sit and relax, with multi-fuel stove and digital television. It is also ideally located for a climb on local hill Criffel and perfectly placed for a wide range of activities, including golf, mountain biking, cycling, bird watching, walking and fishing. If your interests are not quite so specific, there are lots of other activities to enjoy. Just come and relax in the peaceful atmosphere of our hotel and the beautiful surrounding countryside. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Abbey Arms Hotel New Abbey, Scotland