Set amidst acres of stunning gardens, just 30 minutes from Gretna and 20 minutes from Dumfries; this Medieval Castle offers luxury accommodation, award winning dining, free Wi-Fi and a scenic location. Approached by a picturesque, tree-lined drive; the 15th Century Castle and a Baronial mansion perfectly blends the splendour of its historic past with exceptional service and modern amenities. Steeped in Scottish history, the castle's halls are adorned with medieval weapons, suites of armour, tapestries and banners, whilst offering the very best in modern luxury. Guests can step back in time, to a period of traditional hospitality, stunning architecture and medieval luxury, safe in the knowledge that their every need will be catered for. All of the 15 individually themed and decorated en-suite bedrooms are located in the Baronial Mansion, next to the medieval castle. Perfectly combing modern amenities and historical features, each room offers free Wi-Fi, flat screen TVs, Egyptian cotton line, 24 hour rooms service and complimentary bottled water as well as large en-suite bathrooms with fluffy bathrobes. A range of accommodation options are available, from the luxurious double, twin and family rooms to the sumptuous suites with king-sized, 4 poster beds. For an extra special stay the castle's lodge offers the definition of modern luxury and style. With a handmade 7 foot bed, separate lounge area, private walled garden and two Travertine mosaic-lined bathrooms, it truly is a once in a lifetime accommodation experience. With two, oak-panelled, award winning restaurants and a private resident's bar, Comlongon Castle offers a remarkable dining experience. The talented kitchen team utilise the best local produce and seasonal ingredients to create a range of attractive, mouth-watering dishes. Specialising in traditional Scottish cuisine, with a distinctive modern twist the chefs have created a range of delicious dishes to suite a range of tastes. The private resident' bar is an ideal place to sit back, relax with a drink. Guests can sample the bar's extensive collection of Whiskies and the Castle's cellars are always well-stocked with a fantastic range of carefully selected wines providing an ideal accompaniment to the delicious cuisine.The Castle's unique and extensive history is beautifully represented in the Great Hall. A magnificent example of Medieval architecture, the hall hosts a huge open fireplace adorned with stone carvings, coats of arms and a unique carved 11th Century overmantle. No medieval castle would be complete without mysterious stories of romance, conflict and betrayal; and Comlongon Castle is no exception. Lady Marion Carruthers was believed to have leaped to her death from the Castle's watch tower in 1570 and ever since an apparition of a young lady was often seen in and around the castle usually crying. Over the years there have been many sightings and the hotel staff is always interested to hear about recent encounters.
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Free Continental Breakfast
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