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Gretna Hall Hotel is an ideal setting for your leisure break thanks to its great location, charm and character.

Originally built in 1710 as a manor house, our hotel, set in 10 acres of beautiful gardens offers all the character of a substantial historical building with all the facilities you would expect from a leading contemporary hotel.

We cater for weddings, family celebrations, business meetings and overnight stays and a very warm welcome awaits you at Gretna Hall Hotel whatever your reason for visiting us.

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Newly refurbished accommodation awaits your arrival at Gretna Hall Hotel. A delighted selection of rooms are available from Standard to Executive Suites to our indulgent Four Poster Suites.

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Situated in the heart of Gretna Green stands our beautiful 300 year old Manor House and Blacksmiths. For your perfect day, let us take care of you from start to finish.

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For whatever the occasion we have the perfect setting for you. Offering a choice from informal dining to private functions. Our Chef adapts the menus regularly to take advantage of the local & seasonal produce available to us within South West Scotland.

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Ideally situated only One mile from the M6 and M74, we are the perfect meeting point for any business. We will tailor make your conference to suit your needs on your budget.

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"Really enjoyed our stay, perfect to get married, as we did. Everything went to plan, efficient and friendly staff and good food."

− Mrs H Dowding, Durham

"Have stayed here several times. As usual, Lovely Room, Lovely Food. Staff all friendly and helpful. Thank You."

− Mr & Mrs Mathers, Morecambe

"Lovely Stay. The staff are a credit to the hotel. Couldn’t do enough for you. Evening meal and breakfast excellent. Will certainly stay again."

− Mrs A Woolley, Wolverhampton

"We enjoyed our stay very much and would be happy to come again at some point in the future."

− Elizabeth Blair, Dundee