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Kirkconnel Hall Hotel
Ecclefechan
Lockerbie
Dumfries and Galloway

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Situated just 10 miles north of Gretna and well located in a scenic area of south-west Scotland, Kirkconnel Hall is a magnificent 15th century manor set in extensive gardens and grounds.
From the roaring log fire set in the original freestone fireplace to the decorative stained glass window overlooking the main hall, the building retains much of its period charm. Each of our 11 en-suite bedrooms are decorated to a high standard and provide scenic views across the Scottish countryside. Recently acquired by its present owners, Kirkconnel Hall is now a family owned and run business and we look forward to welcoming you.

Situated off junction 19 of the M74 on the borders of Scotland, Kirkconnel Hall is only a 15 minute drive from Gretna Green; 35 minutes from Dumfries, 35 minutes from Carlisle and 1.5 hours from Edinburgh and Glasgow. Perfectly situated for leisure breaks, golfing, shopping, cycling and walking holidays. A very fine property with nicely decorated rooms including four-poster rooms. This is a well kept hall with plenty of character, sitting in 4.5 acres of its own grounds.

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