Trigony House Hotel | Closeburn | Thornhill | Dumfries & Galloway | Scotland | UK | DG3 5EZ
Telephone: 01848 331211 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
On this page we have a selection of recent customer reviews taken from the last 4 weeks, followed by a selection of Hotel guides and what they say about Trigony. For more information about rooms and availability please follow the links on the right hand side. If you would like to submit your own review to be published on this page please click on the link at the bottom of the page.
Mr & Mrs White
"Thank you for your great hospitality, Breakfasts were wonderfull, my favourite meal of the day."
Mr & Mrs James
"had a wonderfull stay, hotel great, lovely gardens & red squirels too!"
Mr & Mrs Mole
"Had a wonderfull stay, hotel great. Lovely gardens & we saw red squirels too."
Mr & Mrs Gray
"We had a lovely stay, great food and accommodation, & our dog was also welcome. Hope to be back soon."
Rowena & Stephen Lee
"It was a lovely stay with delicous food, we will recommend this hotel to our friends."
Mr & Mrs Mackay
"Thank you for the delightful stay. Everything was just perfect!"
Mr & mRs Watkins
"Lovely room, fantastic friendly staff & amazing food. Thank you"
"A super little hotel – warm, stylish and extremely welcoming. Adam and Jan are doing their own thing wonderfully: expect delicious food, pretty rooms and a lovely garden. The house dates back to 1700, a shooting lodge for the local castle. Inside: Japanese oak panelling in the hall, leather sofas in the sitting room and an open fire in the dining room, where doors open onto the terrace for al fresco dinners in summer. Adam cooks delicious rustic fare, perhaps crab, saffron and lemon tart, loin of roe venison with a juniper jus, rhubarb and port jelly with a citrus sorbet; there's a vegetable garden that provides much in summer. Bedrooms are excellent value for money (many are dog friendly) and come with floral fabrics, summer colours, padded bedheads, golden throws. One has its own conservatory/sitting room which opens onto a private lawn, but even the simpler rooms are attractive and all have flat-screens TV/DVDs; there's a film library downstairs. Falconry, riding and fishing can all be arranged, even vintage car hire. Drumlanrig Castle is close and worth a peek."
"Former shooting lodge for Closeburn Castle, 1 mile S of Thornhill, now informal country hotel run by owners, Jan and Adam (the chef) Moore. 'Friendly, relaxed atmosphere.' Lounge, bar (background music), dining room (organic rustic cuisine). 'Excellent food; welcoming staff.' Wood-burning stoves. 4 acre grounds: walled garden. Wi-Fi. Dog-friendly."
"It started its life amid the beautiful rolling hills of the Nithsdale valley as a grand shooting lodge for the ancient Closeburn Castle. Today Trigony House is a homely and welcoming country manor surrounded by four acres of secluded gardens and mature woodlands, and history both natural and physical for miles beyond. Nestled into this historic lodge are 10 unique luxury bedrooms individually