Monreith House has a selection of well-appointed rooms befitting a small Scottish country estate.
This historic house has an informal, home-from-home atmosphere, with comfortable self-contained apartments comprising double and twin-bedded rooms, with bathrooms and catering facilities that will give you complete independence to come and go as you please.
Monreith House, Dumfries & Galloway
Welcome to Monreith House. Here in the Machars, one of south-west Scotland’s most scenic areas, you will find an unhurried lifestyle that is free from everyday hurly-burly and tempered by the mild climate of the Gulf Stream.
No choked roads and bottlenecks here – just pleasant driving. Typically we are about 1¾ hours from Dumfries in the east (with frequent train connections to Carlisle and London Euston), and 2 hours from Ayr, driving through the spectacular Galloway Forest Park. And we are ideally placed for visitors travelling to and from Northern Ireland – the excellent ferries from Stranraer and Cairnryan are only ¾ hour away.
Yes, it might take a little longer to reach us, but once here you’ll soon see why this part of the world is described as “Scotland’s best kept secret!”
We specialise in hosting small to medium-sized gatherings for short or longer breaks. Maybe you’re looking for something that’s a bit different in which to hold a small seminar, or a team-building or training event. We can also help with the supply of appropriate audio-visual equipment.
The range of apartments is complemented by a large dining room, a small card/writing room, a large comfortable lounge and library, as well as a full-size snooker room. We don’t have any indoor pools or beauty parlours – but there are plenty of places to escape, relax, work or play together, or simply chill out!
Our house staff are on call to help you with any arrangements you might wish to make – catering (whether in-house or specially commissioned); for group activities and excursions – advising on places of interest to visit or pursuits such as golf and fishing (sea and loch).
Monreith House does not have a ‘closed’ season – so you can take advantage of some of the beautiful weather that often comes to these parts in the quieter times of the year.
If you’d like more information on how to experience Monreith House, please contact us.