Dinner, bed and breakfast
Trigony Country House Hotel near Thornhill
10 bedrooms with an award winning Restaurant
12 miles north of Dumfries. Pet friendly. Wi-fi.
**** Scottish Tourist Board
Trigony House Hotel
Dumfries and Galloway
A comfortable and welcoming country hotel with fine food.
A four star country house hotel that feels more like a home.
Trigony House Hotel, a fine Edwardian Country House set in 4 acres of gardens and grounds a mile south of Thornhill in Southern Scotland, used to be the Shooting Lodge for Closeburn Castle. Chef proprietor Adam Moore and his wife Jan have established a reputation for cooking and serving with great care excellent home-made food using organicaly grown vegetables, herbs, organic meat and local game. Guests are drawn back time and time again above all to experience the cuisine at Trigony.
This area of Dumfries and Galloway around the village of Thornhill remains a relatively undiscovered part of Scotland. Trigony is under five miles from Drumlanrig Castle which is one of the world's most spectacular castles and which also has a fine collection of art and furniture. All around Trigony there are walks in unspoilt landcapes, gardens, quiet roads and remote hills with mountain hares and wild goats. The Moores are always ready to help and give detailed advice about touring in the area, as well as arranging shooting and fishing on nearby estates.
Guests at Trigony also enjoy golf, falconry, joining the rangers at Drumlanrig Castle Estate on wild-life safari, cycling (hire or bring your own) horse riding (a short walk from Trigony to the stables).
There are ten bedrooms (three shown below) all with views of the gardens and most with views to the Moffat Hills or the Nith Valley.
Right; Oak panelled entrance hall and stairs.
All bedrooms have bath or shower rooms en suite and the toiletries are made specially for Trigony House by the Caurnie Soaperie at the Organic Herb Garden in Kirkintilloch.
All rooms have colour TV, radio, direct dial telephone and Wi-fi. Also a hospitality tray with home-made shortbread and real coffee.
Right; The garden suite. This room on the ground floor has a conservatory attached.
Left, right and below;
Examples of Superior rooms and their en suite shower/bathrooms.
Adam and Jan Moore are passionate about good food and take great care in sourcing the best organic meat, game and fish. They have recently restored the walled garden to provide organic vegetables and herbs. Vegetarian and other diets happily catered for. Everything is home-made!
Example meal chosen from the á la carte menu
Above left and right; Home made bread, and a fillet of locally caught wild Sea Trout.
|2018 price guidlines in £ per room per night||Bed and Breakfast||Dinner,|
Bed and Breakfast
|Classic Double or Twin with view||110||180|
|Superior Double or Twin with view||130||200|
|Note: Single occupancy discounts are always available, and depend on the party size and the season.|
Various short breaks are also available at Trigony Hotel for dinner, bed and breakfast. Seasonal, romantic, your own special occasion... different menus for children (all totally home-made too) Just ask! Dogs are very welcome at Trigony.
Wi-Fi internet access in all bedrooms, the Lounge and Bar.
To enquire or to book:
Please tell Adam and Jan you found Trigony House Hotel through About Scotland!
For direct online booking see Trigony House Hotel's own website:
Or please contact:
Adam and Jan Moore,
Trigony House Hotel,
Dumfriesshire, DG3 5EZ
Tel: 01848 331211
Fax: 01848 331303
(or from outside the UK:
Tel: 44 1848 331211
Fax: 44 1848 331303)
About the area:
Trigony House Hotel has the fishing rights for Closeburn Castle on a three mile stretch of the River Nith. Also, the hotel has a number of lovely walks mapped out from the grounds up to the sandstone gorge of Crichope Linn or down to the River Nith and The Covenanters Grave yard.
Drumlanrig Castle is is one of the most spectacular anywhere, with a fine collection of art and furniture.
The dramatic and beautiful Dalveen Pass is 15 minutes' drive to the North where the Queensbury Marble Tomb is housed in Durisdeer Church and one can join the Southern Upland Way, or walk along the old Roman Road.
30 minutes' drive to the South is the beautiful cliff-top coastal path from Sandyhills to Rock Cliff bay, and even closer the wonderful setting of Glenkiln Sculpture Park.
A two or three day stay is highly recommended!
Below; View of the hills from the garden.