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Graham Arms Guesthouse

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5 reviews
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Mar 27, 2016
“Five Star Food & Service”
May 4, 2015
“Best of the borders B&B.”
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Reviewed 27 March 2016

Called for Sunday lunch today, this is the first time that we've eaten at this establishment since it opened last year and we were blown away. We are kicking ourselves for not eating there before today especially when we live in the village. The food...More

3  Thank JOHNTY49
Reviewed 4 May 2015

A friendly welcome,excellent food,very comfortable accomodation.I have stayed here many times when en-route to North East Scotland,and get treated like a family member.This is a far cry from things like Travelodge- and you can get a REAL breakfast before you leave.I could not compare any...More

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Reviewed 2 September 2014

We stayed here two years ago when we visited a relative and found it to be a ideal for our purpose. Set in a small village setting near to " The Devils Porridge" and "Gretna Green", you wake up to rabbits on the lawn and...More

4  Thank Christine M
Reviewed 31 August 2014 via mobile

Mandy made us feel very welcome and her cooking is delicious, the beds are very comfortable made a good nights sleep, the rooms and en suits are very clean, no complaints at all. I would happily stay here again

3  Thank Jack U
Reviewed 24 November 2012

An overnight stay to avoid being the designated driver after a friends birthday party. The guesthouse is very accessible being in Eastriggs, (exactly where we needed to be), within sight of the B721 (a decent road that leads from Gretna through to Annan and onwards),...More

1  Thank Sheila S
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"they are all excellent,whichever you get."
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"Go for the family room if more than one person"
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"Room 5 has disabled facilities and overlooks the Eastriggs and Dornock blowling green."
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