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Masonic Arms

10 Ann Street
Dumfries and Galloway
DG7 2HU

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Accommodation TypeRestaurant
VisitScotland Quality Assurance Star RatingNon Member
Walkers Welcome AffiliatedNo
Cyclists Welcome AffiliatedNo
Drying FacilitiesNo
Laundry FacilitiesNo
Evening Meal availableNo
Packed Lunches AvailableNo
Pay Phone availableNo
Vehicle BackupNo
Accept DogsNo
Ensuite FacilitiesNo
Disabled FacilitiesNo
Smoking PermittedNo



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Property Description

Chris and Sue Walker bought the Masonic Arms in May 2003 and set out to bring a modern fresh approach in both food and character to Gatehouse of Fleet.They wanted simply to be ?South West Scotland?s premier destination for good food and real ale.? Extensive refurbishment was carried out during November 2003 and the pair are very proud of the mix and balance they have created in having 3 distinct dining areas ? The Cosy Olde Worlde beamed bar, The Contempory Restaurant with high back leather chairs and wooden floor and The Mediterranean Conservatory. The Masonic quickly became the place to eat and drink. Chris in the Kitchen and Sue out front. Real ales including Tim Taylors Landlord and Black Sheep Bitter are regular visitors alongside The Masonic?s own brew ?Masonic Boom? brewed exclusively for the pub by Sulwath Brewers in Castle Douglas. Chris teamed up in the Kitchen with old friend and work colleague Paul Somerville who had worked with Chris at Creebridge and then at The Black Sheep in Newton Stewart.



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