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Bruce Hotel

88 Queen Street
Newton Stewart
Dumfries and Galloway

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Contact: Mike & Sue Schofield
Accommodation TypeHotel
VisitScotland Quality Assuredyes
VisitScotland Quality Assurance Star Rating3 Star
Walkers Welcome AffiliatedYes
Cyclists Welcome AffiliatedYes
Drying FacilitiesYes
Laundry FacilitiesYes
Evening Meal availableYes
Packed Lunches AvailableYes
Accept DogsYes
Ensuite FacilitiesYes
Smoking PermittedNo

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Property Description

The Bruce Hotel is a 20- bedroom, 3-star hotel, centrally located in Newton Stewart in the heart of the beautiful Dumfries and Galloway region of Scotland. Offering excellent accommodation in a traditional Scottish style, the Bruce Hotel is renowned for its outstanding food, friendly service, welcoming atmosphere and good value.

With all of its well-proportioned bedrooms enjoying en-suite bath and shower, TV, radio, hair dryer, and tea & coffee making facilities the Bruce Hotel provides very comfortable three-star accommodation. Free Wi-Fi internet access. The relaxing bar and restaurant provide an excellent venue for all types of social occasion, from informal bar lunches to intimate, candlelit dinners in the restaurant with its romantic atmosphere and outstanding view over the Cairnsmore Hills.

Wherever you eat your meal, you will enjoy the friendly service for which our hotel and staff have become famous. The restaurant, with its extensive menu, has a strong reputation for good quality food, using locally-sourced produce, and offering many delicious specialities.

Galloway is an area popular for its hill-walking, cycle touring, mountain biking, fishing, shooting, golfing and motor-cycling. The hotel, through its local links, is able to give easy access to discounted facilities and visitor attractions. It is also a convenient stopping-off point for the Stranraer or Cairnryan ferries to Northern Ireland.

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