I WOULD NEVER STAY HERE IN A MILLION YEARS AGAIN The hotel was average at best but it was the sheer bad management and total lack of respect shown to myself and clients which blew me away I honestly thought I was on a windup show!!! The rudeness shown was almost playground. The manager and his wife were beyond rude to everyone and I'll be very suprised if the place isn't closed by the end of the year. I would hate it if the spoiled anyones Big day with their god awful attitude.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on the Scottish / English border, Gretna Green is world famous for its runaway marriages and in the mid nineteenth century there was much rivalry between the various marriage house proprietors ... The Gretna Chase Hotel was built by John Murray, an extremely successful businessman in the marriage trade, and tenant of Allison's toll-bar. Completed in 1856, Murray built the hotel opposite the toll-bar. It proved very popular with clients, being the first in the area to offer stabling for horses. Today, The Gretna Chase Hotel offers modern amenities, but retains much of its original character. All bedrooms have pleasant views of the surrounding countryside, and public rooms are furnished in a style in-keeping with the age of the hotel. Fully licensed, privately owned and completely supervised by the owners, this small but extremely comfortable hotel offers the discerning guest a carefree informality away from city pressures. We would be delighted to show you around the hotel by appointment , to highlight all the facilities we have to offer and discuss your personal requirements. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Gretna Chase Hotel Scotland