Gretna Hall Hotel
Gretna Hall Hotel


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Tel code: 01461 | code search
Postcode: DG16 | code search
Population: 2700
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Days Inn Gretna Green M74
"Good Points: Stayed with my 12yr old daughter and my golden retreiver. We were made very welcome and everything was perfect. Reception staff and room maids were lovely and really ..." More

Gretna Hall Hotel
"I found this hotel really bad. Bad food very slow staff. Rooms not clean . very poor rooms over all. staff could not talk english. I would not give ..." More

Gretna Hall Hotel
"Bad Points: Mildew growing on wall of bedroom, dust and dirt in bathroom, dust found in commnial areas, stains on bar and dining room funiture. Debris on the floor. ..." More

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Gretna is a village in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland situated at the head of the Solway Firth adjacent to the neighbouring village of Gretna Green, one mile north-west from the Scottish/English Border. Gretna was a planned village built in 1915 during WW1 to accommodate the workers of the great munitions factory which employed over 30,000 workers. The Devils Porridge Exhibition in Annan, explains the story of the factory. The village followed the principals of a 20th century government-sponsored ‘Garden City,’ and self-contained community to include the village hall, school, churches, shops and a cinema. Gretna is the model village for ‘homes built for Heroes’. The registry office was built in 1991 to assist its twin settlement at Gretna Green; the villages have become famous as the ‘marriage capital of the UK’, as Scottish Law allows couples to marry aged 16 without parental consent. Each year approximately 4000 weddings are performed in the villages and there is a variety of accommodation and facilities to cater for all tastes. Attractions include the ‘World Famous Blacksmith’s Shop’ built in 1754, and the museum with historical exhibitions and audio/visual displays. Nearby is a large retail outlet with excellent shopping facilities. Interesting features nearby include the Old Toll Bar, the first house in Scotland and the 7ft Clochmabenstane dating from the 2nd or 3rd millennium BC.


World Famous Old Blacksmith's Shop Centre


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G Lightfoot & Son Ltd

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Mountain Warehouse
Professional Cookware
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Surrone House (0.23 miles)

Surrone House
Surrone House is situated in Gretna, only 500 yards from the Gretna marriage rooms, this beautifully maintained and quiet non-smoking B & B establishment offers modern and spacious accommodation for guests to relax in.Dumfries & ... More | visit website
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The Gables (0.23 miles)

The Gables

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A beautiful, turn-of-the-century Grade II listed property, situated in the heart of Gretna with gardens laid to lawn, floral borders and shady trees. The hotel is ideally located for exploring Dumfries and ... More

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Mapletree Guesthouse (0.31 miles)

Mapletree Guesthouse

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We are a family run luxury Guest House situated in the heart of Gretna, close to all amenities, with private off-road car parking. Our Guesthouse has been renovated to the ... More

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Solway Lodge Hotel (0.31 miles)

Solway Lodge Hotel
As one of the leading wedding hotels in Gretna you are assured a warm welcome and an enjoyable stay with us. The Solway Lodge is a family run hotel having the perfect accommodation for you ... More | visit website
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Kirkcroft Guest House (0.61 miles)

Kirkcroft Guest House

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Situated in the heart of Gretna Green, 3 minutes walk from the railway station and across the road from Gretna Hall and 4 minutes walk from The World Famous Blacksmith ... More

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Smiths At Gretna Green Hotel (0.75 miles)

Smiths At Gretna Green Hotel

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All bedrooms have king or super king-sized beds, contemporary fireplaces, broadband and a great deal more. Located right next to the world famous Old Blacksmith's Shop, you too can become part of ... More

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Gretna Hall Hotel (0.75 miles)

Gretna Hall Hotel

Originally built in 1710 as a manor house for the Johnstone family, Gretna Hall Hotel is an ideal setting for your leisure break thanks to its great location, charm and character. The hotel is the ... More | visit website

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Days Inn Hotel Gretna Green (1.38 miles)

Days Inn Hotel Gretna Green

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Days Inn Gretna Green is close to the M74 and M6 motorways, and within easy reach of Carlisle. Newcastle-upon-Tyne and County Durham are about 1 hour from the hotel. The famous ‘wedding ... More

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The Mill (2.72 miles)

The Mill
The Mill is a family run hotel and wedding venue on the outskirts of romantic Gretna Green. We have 33 chalet style rooms boasting digital TV's, en-suite bathrooms with showers, tea & coffee making facilities, ... More | visit website
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Graham Arms Hotel (3.95 miles)

Graham Arms Hotel

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The Graham Arms is a former Coaching Inn and was built about 200 years ago. In days gone by, the hotel was an overnight coaching stop; the horses would be ... More

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