Dumfries village hotel changes hands

07 March 2007 by
Dumfries village hotel changes hands

The two-star Craigdarroch Arms hotel in the heart of the Dumfries village of Moniaive has been sold to Gary Henry.

The hotel, which enjoys year-round trade, is sited on the popular A702 cross-country route from Edinburgh to Newton Stuart.

Built in 1850, the property offers eight bedrooms to sleep 14 guests, including one family room and seven en-suite rooms.

Facilities include a lounge bar, a public bar and the Macaras restaurant which has its own dance floor and can seat 75 guests at functions. Outside there is a garden and a beer garden.

The first-floor owners' accommodation includes two bedrooms, a sitting room and a bathroom and two further rooms are available in the attic.

The Glasgow office of Colliers Robert Barry sold the freehold off a guide price of £350,000

By Angela Frewin

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