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Powfoot Golf Hotel
2 Links Avenue
Annan
Dumfries and Galloway

DG12 5PN | View map

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We offer luxury en-suite accommodation, fine food, golf breaks, weddings, functions, and much more in the charming village of Powfoot near Annan in Dumfries and Galloway, South West Scotland.The original house, which was built in the 19th century as a private residence, has been modernised to create a stylish and comfortable hotel. There are wonderful views stretching for miles over the Solway Firth toward the Lakeland Hills. Most of the twenty three bedrooms overlook the sea or Powfoot Championship Golf Course. Secure online accommodation booking is available.Food is styled by our Head Chef, Andrew Kelso, and his team providing an ever-changing mix of traditional and modern using the best local suppliers for meat, game, fish and shellfish. Informal dining is available in the Bunker Bar and Conservatory whilst the Grill Room (opening Summer 2008) provides fine dining. Further details in our hotel brochure download. View the latest special offers download or subscribe to our newsletter.Our wine list offers value and quality from Europe and the New World. You will find the bar well stocked with malt whiskies, Belhaven Ales and lagers. During the summer months a different cask conditioned real ale is featured every week.

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