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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 3
  • From £45 per room per night

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The Village Inn is a quiet family run village pub located in the tranquil village of Kirtlebridge, 6 miles from Annan in Dumfries and Galloway.

We offer comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation, at reasonable rates. Come alone or bring your family with you, stay here for a night or a week, stay here while on business, or on holiday, or en-route to somewhere else - bring your (well behaved!) man's best friend! Our resident dog, Dylan, would love to meet them (bring some dog biscuits!).

Our 19th century inn is located in a quiet rural agricultural area of Dumfries and Galloway, close to Kirtle Water, and only six miles form the "wedding capital" of Gretna Green. We offer a pool table, widescreen TV, "juke box", and frequent quiz nights. For the holiday maker, the area offers angling, bird watching, history and much more!

We currently have three letting rooms available. All rooms have been tastefully decorated, are centrally heated with double glazing, and have tea and coffee making facilities, televisions with Freeview, and WiFi internet access. Breakfast is served to your requirements, and at a time to suit you. By prior arrangement, packed lunches can be provided, also pick up from local railway stations.

Our pub opening hours are:

Sunday to Tuesday - 6pm to 11pm.
CLOSED Wednesdays
Thurday, Friday and Saturday - 6pm to Midnight

Bar snacks are available until 9.00pm (except on Quiz Nights, fortnightly, every other Monday).

Ratings

  • Self Assessed 4 Star
National Rating
4 * rating
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    Double 

    Double Shared Bathroom
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £45 per room per night

Double non en-suite room with views overlooking the village and surrounding countryside. The room has a wash hand basin, tea/coffee making facilities, TV with Freeview and free WiFi. This room shares a large guest bathroom with the family room. The guest bathroom features a bath with shower above. There is also a separate w/c. Price includes full cooked breakfast including cereals, fruit juices, tea, coffee and toast. The breakfast will be cooked to order at a time to suit guest requirements. A hair dryer, ironing board and iron are available on request.

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    Family Room 

    Family Shared Bathroom
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    Sleeps 4
  • From £45 per room per night

Large family room with views of the village and surrounding countryside. The room comprises of two single beds and a comfortable double bed. There is a wash hand basin, tea/coffee making facilities, colour TV with Freeview and free WiFi. Price includes full cooked breakfast with cereals, tea, coffee and toast. The breakfast is cooked to order at a time to suit guest requirements. Hair dryer, ironing board and iron are available on request.

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    Double En-Suite 

    Double En-suite
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £55 per room per night

The double en-suite room is a large bright airy room with views overlooking the village and surrounding countryside. It features a comfortable king size bed, an en-suite power shower and separate en-suite toilet. Also included within the room is tea/coffee making facilities, a TV with Freeview and a wash hand basin. Free WiFi is available. A full cooked breakfast including cereals, fruit juice, tea, coffee and toast is included in the price. The breakfast is cooked to order at a time to suite guest requirements. A hair dryer, ironing board and iron are available on request.

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