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BEST WESTERN Station Hotel,  Dumfries

4.0/5  - basé sur 396 notations.
49 Lovers Walk, DG1 1LT, Dumfries, Great Britain - Voir la carte
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Que vous veniez à Dumfries pour une réunion ou pour un mariage, pour faire du vélo tout terrain ou jouer au golf, ou peut-être pour découvrir quelques-uns de nos beaux châteaux, nos littoraux ou notre campagne, le BEST WESTERN Station Hotel vous offre un séjour tout confort ! Notre hôtel victorien 3 étoiles confortable et amical respire la tradition et offre des services de haute qualité à seulement 5 minutes à pied du centre-ville. Les promenades au bord de la rivière et les parcours de golf proches (ainsi que l'Abbaye Sweet Heart à dix kilomètres) offrent repos et détente où que vous regardiez ! Nous disposons de 32 chambres avec salle de bains attenante, Wi-Fi gratuit, grand parking et superbe jardin avec patio et fontaine. Notre accueil chaleureux (peut-être suivi d'une goutte de whisky pur malt qui réchauffe) et nos délicieux plats faits maison sont parfaits si vous souhaitez visiter la région de Dumfries et Galloway. Vous n'avez qu'à décider de la date ! Passez un excellent séjour !

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BEST WESTERN Station Hotel,Dumfries
  • 5
    « BIRTHDAY WKND »

    Stayed here sat 26th November executive room , outstanding with coffee machine , lovely big room , huge bed and nice selection for breakfast , evening meal was lovely and service second to none , hotel was quiet which is perfect for relaxing , staff were friendly , and hotel was walking distance from centre of town , would recommend for a nice trip away.

    5
    « Great Value Weekend Break »

    The Station Hotel is a large traditional hotel with the very attractive addition of a large modern conservatory Bistro & Beer Garden. Rooms are large and have undergone a makeover with flatscreen tv, iron/ironing board, tea/coffee making facilities. The bed, described online as King Size was clearly Super-King and extremely comfortable with a choice of firm/soft pillows. All areas of the hotel were extremely clean and the staff friendly and efficient. Ample free car parking, free wifi and a great location make this an ideal venue for a visit to Dumfries. Breakfast, included, was very good with a wide selection to choose from. Trying to search for a negative comment the only minor criticism was that the shower wasn't the most powerful. However, I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel.

    5
    « Excellent service »

    I have been staying here on and off for work over last week and will be doing so until December! And I have to say my first week has been excellent! Staff are wonderful, very polite and helpful! Nothing is too much trouble! From storing my bags before/after I check in/out while I am work, to filling my travel mug with tea for my chilly walk to upgrading my room free of charge! My meals here have been lovely too! Great food and good service from everyone in Bistro! ??

    3
    « Good location & good breakfast »

    This is a large traditional hotel with convenient parking. Room 14 was spacious with brown carpet, 8 pieces of matching dark brown furniture, nice winged chair, fresh pleasant curtains and cushions.Unfortunately the overall feel of the room though was not very uplifting despite, I guess, being recently updated. The bathroom was adequate with an excellent shower but needed attention to the paintwork. We ate in the hotel's bistro which was nicely appointed (except the mirrors were dusty and needed attention). Our waiters James and Louise were very attentive and helpful. The food was very good and cost £52 for 3 courses for 2 people including half a bottle of wine. Extensive choice for breakfast and delicious Scottish breakfast.

    4
    « Surprised »

    I've had friends and family stay here before and not really rave about it. I found it to be a decent price, the room was clean and the bed very comfortable. It is a bit old fashioned and bathrooms could do with an update but they workded and were functional. On top of this parking right outside the front door, which is a huge plus for me. Def top of my list for Dumfries stays now.

    3
    « overnight visit »

    We were visiting the area so choose this hotel for its convenience. Plenty of car parking places outside the hotel. The lady on reception was lovely and very helpful. Upon arriving in our room we kind of thought we'd arrived in a nursing home - very old fashioned. But it was clean and beds were comfortable apart from having a wall light directly above the bed which I kept banging my head on. Bathroom had everything we needed. The room was nice and warm TV was good sized. We booked for evening meal which was delicious lovely waiter's, very pleasant evening. Heard no noise during the night so we slept well. Breakfast was OK. If we were returning to this part of Scotland we would consider staying here again.

    5
    « A Gem of a hotel, an oldie but a goodie. »

    Very conveniently situated across from Dumfries train station. Ample parking right outside. The full Scottish breakfast was excellent. All the staff were friendly but the reception staff in particular were extremely helpful. Would have no hesitation in staying there again.

    1
    « Very Poor »

    Stopped here for lunch and was very disappointed with choice and quality. Ordered prawn sandwich which was served on the cheapest bread imaginable, prawns were like rubber and marie rose sauce was watery, friend ordered bacon, brie and caramelized onion toasted baguette (they choose to call it something else) bacon obviously had been re heated, couldn't see much sign of brie. Coffee was tepid and it seemed such an effort for the girl to make it.

    4
    « BLUE BONNETS »

    this is an old but great hotel, friendly staff, ample parking, clean room, excellent choice of breakfast, good views over town, nice and quiet at night, all in all a great experience, once you find it!

    5
    « A hotel like its should be »

    This is a great hotel that still has traditional values and standards. It is friendly and warm in character and all the staff continue that theme throughout. Firstly reception is very friendly and efficient(both my pre stay requests honoured), you felt valued as a guest which is rare in lots of hotels. The room was spotlessly clean with one of the best stocked tea/coffee/chocolate trays ever(shortbread included!!). It was replenished fully daily. We were given maps and advice of the town freely despite a well stocked and nice bar on site. The best discovery for us was the Courtyard Bistro, which is downstairs but really pleasant with great staff and amazing food. We were unsure where to eat on the Saturday but after checking the menu it was obvious!! We had two outstanding meals and for the quality, very cheap. There is a great emphasis on local produce which normally comes with large pound signs, not here. We both had local salmon in two different dishes, both were excellent and would put many restaurants to shame. The starters too were great and so was my cheeseboard. The evening was rounded off in the pleasant well stocked bar. This hotel ticked all my expectations and more, if we do go back to Dumfries, save me a room. Thoroughly recommended.

  • 4
    « Queen of the South »

    One night business overnighter. Billeted in one of the big spacey Exec rooms on floor 1. I've stayed at places all over the UK and this was superb. Full marks to the staff and service received. Wifi (free) reception was excellent. There is a lift so don't be worried about hiking up the grand staircase. The food was excellent. Ate in the room as tired. Fabulous, creative menu with locally sourced ingredients. I had the Highland Chicken (stuffed with Haggis) served with Whiskey Cream Sauce and sautéed Mushrooms and Onions. Well done Chef! Breakfast also hugely filling (go for the full Scottish - again tasty locally sourced). Only minor criticicm was that the floor in the bathroom looked a bit aged, but spotlessly clean everywhere. Would not hesitate in recommending or stopping here again.

    5
    « Dr »

    Old charm and simplicity in a quiet rural Scotland town. Clean and quiet room with modernised bathroom facilities. Lovely juicy steak menu in a convivial restaurant and bar. Central and close to town centre and railway station. Will return soon.

    4
    « Overnight stay »

    On arrival a lovely friendly reception. The room was a double, with on-suite, with TV and complementary tea and coffee. Bedding, towels and furniture was spotless. Breakfast was a full Scottish for me and an omelette for him. I can only compliment all the staff, from cleaning to cooking. The restaurant food looked inviting but we went out locally with family. My only comment would be that the bar area seating and surroundings looked dated and weren't appealing to the eye, I would have liked a bit more in the way of comfort, lighting and character. The hotel is a wonderful building in a lovely location. I would definitely stay their again, good value for money and highly recommend the hotel.

    4
    « Adored Our Stay »

    We were in town for one day. A whistle-stop tour of Dumfries mostly to see Caelaverock. We were greeted by our host, Adelyne (Apologies if I spelt that wrong!) and as we were early, she happily stored our bags out of site so we could go explore. She gave us a map, pointed out the areas we wanted to see, and asked if there were anything else she could do for us. She is fantastic!! And also as it turns out the hotel owner! The service in the lounge was excellent, even though I confused the attendant because I wanted soda water and not tonic in my gin! She tried so hard to talk me into a brownie, that really did look delicious. I should have taken her up on it! Our room was well appointed, a beautiful blue room with a view to the street. We never did hear the train so don't be afraid of it's location. Our bed was comfortable, and very clean. We loved the tea and "biscuits" (cookies to us North Americans) in the morning. There is so much to see in Dumfries and Galloway - I'd like to go back and explore more. Should I get that chance, I'll be calling this hotel again. So happy with our choice of stay in Dumfries. Thank you too, for welcoming me "home".

    4
    « What a wee gem of a hotel »

    Tucked away right next to Dumfries railway station this is an excellent hotel for the budget conscious business traveller or tourist. Good, clean and functional room and facilities but what sets it aside is the sheer friendliness and efficiency of the staff. Highly recommended and if I'm ever in D&G again, I'll be sure to stay over.

    5
    « Excellent service and food »

    Stayed at many hotels on our UK tour and this looked a bit worrying next to the railway station. The room was generous in size and very comfortable. The dinner in the evening was excellent and very good value for money. The breakfast (thankfully not buffet) was very nice too. And they served butter that wasn't frozen! Other hotels please note: no frozen butter, no squeaky doors and to be able to tell the difference between shower gel and shampoo without a magnifying glass! We only heard one train in the morning (not a busy station) and, most importantly, the staff were very helpful. Highly recommended, especially for an evening meal.

    4
    « Family Wedding »

    Stayed at this hotel once again over the weekend because I was visiting town for a family wedding accompanied by my wife and daughter.We stayed for 3 nights and enjoyed the ambience that this fine hotel generates.The staff are very friendly and professional,the breakfast is superb and freshly cooked to order.We occupied a double room and single room and both were very presentable, the bathroom was an excellent standard with toiletries being complimentary and tea and coffee making facilities were available.The hotel bar was a good size and there was plenty of room to "spread" out in the lounge areas.Free car parking is also available to guests.

    4
    « Lovely :) »

    I had a great two nights' stay here. It's quite a pretty old hotel, big wide staircases and high ceilings, ideally located in Dumfries town centre and close to Galloway Forest Park where I had a great time stargazing. Staff were lovely and friendly, had lots of choices of tea, coffee, hot chocolate and shortbread in my room both days. And a bargain even though I didn't have any meals here as I was meeting friends often and we went to a wedding. Thank you for a lovely stay!

    5
    « Great food and a great nights sleep with a spacious and well presented room »

    Stayed for one night as a couple visiting family in the locality. Friendly and efficient check in, and directed to first floor room accessed by stairs or lift. Room large tastefully decorated room, with tea and coffee making equipment, including a capsule coffee machine. Plenty of desk space to work and free wifi with good signal. We ate in the Bistro and found food excellent from an extensive menu. The staff were friendly and helpful and food was well presented and timely manner. As a group of four we all enjoyed our meals and would definitely eat here again. Breakfast on the following morning was good. Overall a great experience and good value for money for accommodation and food.

    5
    « Another great stay »

    I have stayed here several times when working in the area. Easy to park. Easy book in process. Lift so 3rd floor no problem. Beds are really comfy - always sleep well. Lots of hot water for shower. evening meals reasonably priced - best curry I have had for ages! Breakfast really good - staff are great and very professional.

  • 4
    « Few Days away for friends wedding »

    Stayed in the hotel for five nights Room very spacious and tidy with good sized bathroom, plenty of plug sockets in room I know this sounds unusual but a lot of hotels weave stopped in they were far a few between. Beds big and comfy reasonable size TV for room. good selection of tea and coffee bits' in the room, good variation of breakfast choices good selection of drinks at the two bars, variation on the menu, staff always very friendly and there to help Aileen the owner always please to help you, very unusual but nice to see the owner helping out where necessary and not just sitting back in the office, wheelchair accessible for all the public areas and street access from the rear of hotel, train station literally across the road from the hotel the town is a short stroll up the road. No problems with the staff whatsoever seems Aileen as a good team working for her even got a great banter of all the staff

    5
    « Ron and Maureen »

    Very comfortable room with ample hot water and space ,good tv and wi fi Breakfast first class as was the special priced steak meal in the Bistro , only stayed 2 nightS but would have been very happy to have stayed longer .As for the owner ,she could not have been any nicer and find it hard to believe some of the reviews unless there were just cause for her behaviour By the way we have a business and also get unfounded remarks made about us and the staff. I would really like trip advisor to check some reviews out more carefully as they can be said malishlsly on untraceable mobile phones just out of spite or even from competitors Will book again in the future guite happily Thanks

    4
    « Return visit after many years »

    Stayed here for one night - rooms were absolutely lovely as one would expect from a Best Western Hotel. Efficient and friendly welcome in Reception on arrival. Very clean and with super comfy beds, toiletries, well stocked refreshment tray, etc. En suite bathroom was a good size with a very efficient double walk-in shower. We chose to eat a substantial breakfast to set us up for the day, but there was plenty of choice on the menu. On leaving checkout was equally charming - with helpful advice on how to find our destination on leaving the hotel. Thank you for a relaxing stay with sensible breakfast and checkout times.

    3
    « Alright for one night »

    I stayed here the night before a business meeting. The reception staff were friendly and the room was huge and very nice. I went down to the restaurant for dinner and wasn't really that impressed with the waiter even though the food was pretty good. The waiter put me in a dark and dingy section of the restaurant despite other tables being free and the weather outside being beautiful, I was told this was the only place. The restaurant was very dated too - definitely in need of a refurb. The hotel is opposite the train station, which didn't really cause too much of a disturbance. However, the drunken man walking around the station shouting in the middle of the night was a bit annoying. Breakfast redeemed the restaurant a little as it was very tasty. Not sure I would be racing back here but it did the job for one night.

    5
    « Great hotel and all the staff were fantastic. »

    On arrival got a very friendly welcome. Evening meal was excellent and breakfast was excellent room was fantastic and comfortable . This is a brilliant hotel to stay in would recommend it. Thanks to the staff.

    1
    « Asked to leave for not buying enough drinks in 40 minutes... »

    So in the space of 40 minutes I had to leave if I did not buy another drink I was one of 3 people in the bar. I did try to order food but I was told I could not eat in the bar, I had to go downstairs said the receptionist. They don't have enough staff to bring the food to the bar where I was sitting working. But, despite the lack of staff, the receptionist could come through to the bar post my attempted food order in reception, asked me to order food for downstairs, I declined, she told the bar was only for customers and I had to leave! Well no wonder it's not that busy. Little does she realise I have eaten, drunk and worked here many times..but today is the last. So short sighted, so rude.

    1
    « Horrible Staff »

    The location is lovely as his holds a view of the station and that is the best thing about it, the staff let it down, big time. Bed wasn't comfy. Too expensive for what it offers. Food was OK but had a long wait. A lot of room for improvement to be honest.

    4
    « Nice hotel and great staff »

    Stayed here on a cycle trip and was really pleased with all aspects of the stay. Great room and facilities very modern. Restaurant in the evening and breakfast was excellent and the staff were all lovely. If staying in Dumfries it must be the hotel to stay in.

    5
    « Very comfortable stay in elegant building »

    Good hotel in good location. Elegant building in great location with parking out front. Have stayed at this hotel 3 times recently and would recommend for both social and business needs. Very comfortable with helpful and friendly staff.

    4
    « Charming Edwardian hotel. »

    Great location, easy parking in front of the hotel. The receptionist was excellent, charming and very welcoming. Dinner and breakfast in the hotel Bistro was very tasty, fresh locally sourced ingredients. Room and beds were rather small but as we only stayed one night it was not a problem.

  • 4
    « Very helpful.. top location... nice facilities »

    I booked to stay at The Station Hotel as part of a bike trip round Scotland. The staff were most helpful during the arrangements to receive motorcycle delivery and for my stay. The room was well furnished and had all I needed. Hotel is in a Central location (10 mins walk from town). Would recommend.

    4
    « Good value - decent hotel »

    I have stayed here a few times and The Station Hotel in Dumfries has never disappointed - decent food, nice pub and people and the rooms are great. Well worth the stop over if you are travelling around or across to Ireland - probably one of the better hotels in the area and the rates are excellent.

    3
    « Its Ok »

    Had one night at this hotel , reception good and nice welcome, got to my room to find builders were still in there, so got another room, Room was small and dated, small shower only and no bath. Good free parking right outside the hotel, WiFi was not working. The evening meal was pretty good but the restaurant is downstairs and quite dark and dingy to be honest, could do with updating . Again breakfast in the same room, does not open until 7am , but it was good quality and plenty of choice

    3
    « Poor sleep quality »

    The only issues I had with this hotel firstly I could only get a single room and it was small, very small. Room 19 was above what sounded like the ventilation system which was on all night and probably every night. There is a constant drone as it's on throughout the night! At 5am I had to call the night porter as I hadn't slept a wink and I was in bed around 11pm! Strangely enough he found a quieter room which was surprising as I had requested to a double room on arrival only to be told the hotel was fully booked with no spare rooms. Once in there I was out like a light for a couple of hours! When I was checking out I mentioned this to the receptionist who obviously apologised, but that was it. She said nobody had ever complained about the noise in this room before, which I found hard to believe. Whilst I didn't expect to get a full refund I did expect a bit of a reduction on my bill but it never happened as the receptionist didn't have the authority to do so. I thought she would have contacted someone to get authority but no! Through a combination of annoyance and lack of sleep I left without going for breakfast so that also saved them a few quid! Had I stayed in the Premier Inn I would have been given a full refund - no questions asked. Other than the sleep quality the rest of my stay was ok. We enjoyed a meal in the Bistro and the lounge bar is reasonably well presented. Will I go back? Based on ny experience I'm not so sure. Top marks to the night porter though who was very apologetic and did go out of his way to help.

    4
    « Quiet and comfortable »

    My wife and I stayed here for two nights in August. We were given a friendly welcome when we arrived and headed up to our room which faced the train station. The room was very warm so the windows in both the bedroom and bathroom had already been opened, we did not close them at all while we were there. Despite this, we didn't hear a single train until a freight train came through late one morning, so no disturbed sleep! We stayed in a double but the bed was larger than that, it was also very comfortable. The bathroom had recently been renovated and was very spacious. There's free wifi available throughout the hotel (~4mbps download) and plenty of choice for TV channels if you're wanting to watch some TV. Breakfast was included in our rate and is served in the bistro. There's table service for the hot food, tea and coffee, as well as a buffet for fruit, cereal and juice. The breakfast is tasty, although service was a little slow as there was only one member of wait staff working when we went for breakfast. Overall I thought the hotel was very good, no complaints at all.

    5
    « Lovely Hotel »

    My partner stayed for 4 nights in double room. Great Location and only 5 mins walk to town centre. Room/ bathroom very modern and clean. Breakfast : excellent quality b/fast My partner used restaurant during stay and dinner was superb, delicious. Staff very friendly. Nice hotel.

    3
    « Bit dissapointed »

    Hotel looked lovely, nice room but not much room when a camp bed was up for our child. Noisy water pipes were a bit annoying. Breakfast service was poor, had to wait ages to be served and then it took ages to come, sausages didn't look cooked, but bacon was lovely! Only give a small pot of tea for one and then it was only half full, so asked for more and got hot water to add to my one cup teabag!!

    3
    « What can I say »

    This hotel is average. When I first arrived the welcome was lovely. I was given a room on the top floor which I climbed the stairs to as I was not told there was a lift. But in fairness I do need the exercise. I met my colleagues in the lounge for evening drinks where we were served by a lovely elderly gentleman. The only downside to this was he was unsure how to use the till or the card machine. Not his fault abit more training would help. Had dinner the next night. Which was fine until I had used the vinegar on my chips to be told by a colleague of mine they had seen a fly in the bottom. (Which there was) But the young boy sorted it for me no problem at all. The hotel is well situated for the train literally at the front of hotel. It old fashioned decor but I quite liked that. Good for an overnight stay but don't think I would stay for a long period of time but I would eat else where was a little off putting for me

    4
    « Nice comfortable hotel »

    We made a last minute booking and going on reviews seemed like a good choice and accommodation wise was fantastically comfortable with 4 poster and Jacuzzi bath. A great nights sleep will definitely go back for a stay and could not fault, however the food was a different story, My husband ordered the baked cod and a strange concoction arrived with slimey skin and it was undercooked. We called the waiter to send it back and he was quite rude demanding to know what was wrong with it (frankly only had to look at it to know!!) People at the next table also complained about their steaks. I had the steak pie and counted three pieces of meat the rest was gravy - delicious gravy but would have expected more for the price. We went down for breakfast at 9.20 (service ends at 10) and on the buffet the fruit was all finished I asked if there was any more and told no!! I could have had prunes though!! The breakfast staff were slow and stood chatting behind the bar and leaving customers to fend for themselves, looking for buffet items which we later found had to order (croissants etc) when I did ask for a croissant it took 20 minutes to arrive!! Will most definitely return because cannot fault the accommodation but will steer clear of the food options.

    4
    « Worth a visit »

    Room had been recently modernised and was lovely. Staff were helpful and friendly. Food was very good, though service was a little bit slow - an hour between starter and main - although they did apologise. Some areas still need to be refuebished but there does seem to be an on- going programme. Would go back and would recommend!

  • 5
    « A quick lunch »

    Popped in for lunch, were warmly greeted by the owner, and was happy to see an old favourite on the lunch menu--not many restaurants offer mince and tatties these days! It was delicious, vegetables mixed in, and lovely creamy mash on top! My wife, too,was very pleased with her goats cheese salad

    3
    « Not what I'd expect from a Best Western »

    If location is the key then there is little faulting this hotel - a matter of yards from the railway station and a short walk into the centre of town. I had a single occupancy double room which was on the third floor (don't worry, there is a lift) but because these rooms are set in the roof you get some dangerous slopes - easy to hit your head! Despite arriving well past 5 o'clock, on inspection of my room it was clear it hadn't been properly cleaned. There were profuse apologies and a free beer but really not good enough. The hotel seemed frightening understaffed with one poor girl having to run reception and the bar for most of the night.

    5
    « Location Location Location »

    Great location next to the Dumfries train station and practically downtown. Once I parked my car, I didn't drive again until I had to leave the hotel. All the Robert Burns sites are within an easy walk and ScotRail took care of my intercity travel. The rooms are just fine. The restaurant nice. What's not to like?

    5
    « Good choice »

    We stayed here for two nights while we attended a wedding. Location was fine, easy to get to near the centre of the town and with ample free parking. Station across road , as name suggests. Reception staff friendly and helpful with advice about the area, where to buy shoes (don't ask) and dinner options. Did not try the hotel for dinner and to be fair the receptionist did not push it too hard. Room was large enough, clean and quiet. Everything worked and the iron was useful. Overall hotel showing its age though well enough appointed. Would be happy to stay again and to recommend it. We though it would be suitable for anyone.

    5
    « Great location and value for money »

    stayed for two nights in superior double room. large spacious room. excellent location opposite rail station and only 5 mins walk to town centre. good friendly staff and excellent quality breakfast. did not use restaurant during stay

    4
    « two night stay »

    we had a very nice short break at the hotel, the staff were very friendly, evening meals were good, especially the steak, delicious ! easy to walk into town, the only downside, (which was nothing to do with the hotel ) was the platform on the station being dug up with a pneumatic drill at 4am on the Sunday morning,

    3
    « Really good location »

    Mixed experience. Had stayed and enjoyed years previously. Booking not a good start, given doubt as to availability of very good ££ deal advertised on web site. (Would perhaps be better PR to limit this to quieter months only rather than 'as and when'.) Rooms well furnished, including iron & board available, very clean, though bathroom & plumbing a wee bit tired. Breakfast fine, dinner moderate. Receptionists especially helpful and friendly and free central car parking a real bonus.

    4
    « Helpful staff »

    Staff were really friendly and helpful , actually went out of the way to organise out of hours breakfast for my wife , and made it out to be no hassle whatsoever. Room was very clean , bed was a bit too soft for our liking but thats just our preference . We had a meal in the restaurant and the food was extremely good.

    4
    « Comfortable and reasonably quiet »

    Conveniently located opposite the railway station. I booked a "compact double" room which was on the top floor. The room was very clean and the hot water and shower were fine. The room was reasonably well appointed and conveniently laid out. The bed was comfortable and the staff were polite and helpful. The free wifi worked well. There is some noise from the railway which is within 50m of the hotel but I did not find this intrusive (even though my room overlooked the station). On the down side, the food at this hoted used to be exceptional (~8-10 years ago) but I would only describe it as only good now. Breakfasts were fine but some evening meals are best avoided, in particular the "five bean chilli" which I think only had a total of 5 beans in it with rather a lot of pepper and tomato but not much chilli. The other evening meal I had at the hotel was good but not great. Overall I would stay here again.

    5
    « Well-run traditional Scottish Hotel »

    We stayed one night in mid-May as we made our way from Cornwall to Loch Lomond. The hotel is an impressive red sandstone building with a traditional Scottish hotel interior -- grand stair case and large windows in the nicely appointed public rooms. Our room had two large windows which made it bright and it looked be to recently redecorated. The bath also looked to be recently re-done with a very good layout, including a towel warmer (love that). There is a very pretty courtyard and a fountain that would be nice on a warm summer evening. Our dinner in the hotel restaurant was very well prepared and the dinner service crisp. They provision from local providers and list where the food comes from, which I liked. The high street is just a few blocks away. There is a beautiful river park in the town as well, and also nearby is the impressive Caerverlock castle.

  • 4
    « One night stay »

    This hotel is opposite the railway station with free parking. It's a lovely hotel even though it needs a bit TLC. It's a cosy hotel with a nice warm atmosphere. We got a very warm welcome from Rebecca on reception who couldn't do enough for us, she always had a smile on her face and nothing was a problem for her, she was even working at the bar aswell as doing her other duties. The rooms were pretty large and very clean, beds were really comfy and we didn't hear much from the railway station either. Food was good too, we had steaks for our dinner which were very reasonably priced and breakfast was tasty. All in all, had a lovely stay here and if ever in Dumfries again then we would definitely return to the station hotel.

    5
    « Lovely and relaxing »

    This hotel is situated right opposite the railway station and is in a lovely quiet part of Dumfries. The food is excellent and so are the staff had a lovely meal of steak and chips and a great breakfast in the morning

    5
    « Excellent friendly hotel »

    Stayed one night on business. Staff very welcoming. Lent me a mobile charger when mine was broken which saved my day as I needed sat nav on phone to get around. Room was large, conformable and spottles. Ate dinner in restaurant. Good selection of food. My meal was delicious. Breakfast I had a croissant and coffee. Other work colleagues had the full cooked breakfast. It looked amazing. I'll have to not eat the night before so that I can manage the cooked breakfast next time I stay.

    5
    « Excellent stay »

    Thoroughly enjoyed staying at this hotel. Room spacious. Bed enormous and very comfortable. Location good with free parking. Breakfast very good too.Staff were friendly and helpful as regards maps Tec.

    4
    « Great Location, the rest was good rather than very good »

    Service was good and the location excellent if arriving by train or wanting to be near the city centre, although parking seemed limited if driving. Rooms are ok, but could do with a refresh as they felt quite tired, especially the bathroom. The coffee machine in the room though was a nice and welcome touch. Staff were friendly throughout but the continental breakfast wasn't as extensive as other hotels. The hot breakfast which is made to order came quickly and was nice and hot but again, not as good as I've had elsewhere.

    4
    « Nice room, good service, good breakfast »

    Surprised how nice the room was to be honest, but nice big bed & a good shower, and generally very clean. Service was friendly & quick. Breakfast was good. No aircon in room, but then that's he norm in older hotels with character (& seldom needed in Scotland after all), so only actual negative is the lack of a real ale in the bar. Well selected choice of whiskies though!

    3
    « Hit and miss »

    I have stayed here 2 or 3 times and not had any real complaints just little niggles. Check in I couldn't fault. Friendly and helpful. Room was hot and airless on arrival but cooled eventually after opening the windows, cups were dirty but replaced on request. The shower was hot or scalding and I couldn't get it to a cool setting. The meal in the restaurant at evening was pleasant and the staff were accommodating however service did deteriorate once there were 5/6 tables seated. 40 minutes to take my plate and order a desert. When it eventually arrived it was not what I ordered. A good nights sleep was had. Breakfast! Myself and 2 others arrived 4 minutes earlier than 7 am. I now remember how it feels when you got told off at school. The servers attitude was terrible. And the breakfast wasn't a great deal better however still edible. I would return as a last resort.

    4
    « Very comfortable with good food »

    The location of this hotel is central to the town centre and obviously signposted as it is opposite the train station. There is parking which, when we stayed in May, was plentiful. The room itself was a large double and the bed was king size or bigger which was really comfortable too. Unlike some hotels there were tea and coffee making facilities in the room and these are replaced readily. You could even ask for a joke of fresh milk instead of the small cartons. The outside area with wooden patio furniture was really welcome in the mini heat wave we had. Dumfries was a good centre for our stay and we went to see some castles, coastal reserves for wildlife, Kite feeding, ospreys et cetera.

    5
    « Would happily return to enjoy another visit. »

    We stayed at the Best Western Station Hotel in Dumfries for a few nights on a family holiday in June. It was easy to find, located opposite the station just off a side road on the way into the town about a mile from the A75. The receptionist was very welcoming and organised a car parking space close to the front of the hotel, which was much appreciated. We were booked into two bedrooms on the first floor, accessed by either a wide staircase or a lift. The bedrooms were bright, clean and modern. Furniture included large wardrobe, bedside tables and lamps, dressing table, large mirrors, flatscreen TV and a high backed armchair. There were also plenty of spare electric sockets available for charging phones. The bed was large and very comfortable and allowed us to have a great nights sleep. We ate dinner in the restaurant on the first evening and had a delicious meal. The menu was appetising and offered specials as well as set options. Dishes that we ordered included a "wee beastie" which is haggis and black pudding in a brandy sauce, which I can say was delicious. Other dishes included also looked nice, especially the venison. Breakfast offered a full Scottish option as well as an English option plus the usual continental choice with toast, yoghurts, fruits etc. I found the Scottish breakfast to be more than satisfying and a great start to the day. The staff were friendly, helpful and happy to ensure our stay was memorable. There is a lovely little garden adjacent to the bistro / conservatory with a water fountain to relax, converse and enjoy a drink alfresco. We thoroughly enjoyed our relaxing family holiday at the Best Western Station Hotel and would be happy to stay here again on a future visit to the area. .

    4
    « Plenty character, recently renovated »

    We stayed here with our three children recently. It is a traditional old station hotel which has recently had a bit of a renovation inside. Big rooms, nice and quiet, handy for walking into the town centre and we had a nice dinner in the hotel one night. We found all the staff very friendly and helpful.

  • 1
    « WORST CUSTOMER SERVICE EVER »

    Never, have I ever been spoken to so rudely in all my life. I tried to make a reservation online with which did not receive a confirmation, called the hotel direct who told me "Oh sorry, we are actually fully booked haha" Yes, well it isn't funny, and you should not have had rooms available online when I needed this room for a family funeral, and then laugh about it afterwards! She then said "WELL, there is NOTHING I CAN DO about it!" Well there is something I can do, and is tell people on trip advisor about how rude and upset I feel after this telephone conversation. Didn't even offer to help me find another hotel who may have vacancies available, instead just laughed and did not care! AWFUL

    5
    « Excellent choice »

    The Station Hotel was built in 1896 and is full of character. It is opposite the railway station but we weren't bothered by noise. The hotel has free parking outside. We had a large, bright double room with secondary glazing. There were very generous tea making facilities in the room, complete with shortbread biscuits and the staff will supply a jug of fresh milk if you prefer this. There were large mugs rather than fiddly cups and saucers. Toiletries are provided as well as an iron and ironing board, good sized towels, a flat screen TV and the rooms are WiFi wired and have wireless Internet. There is a guest computer in the reception area and this is free. It is only 5 minutes walk to the town centre and the receptionist gave us a town map and even drew a suggested trail for us as this was our first visit. We ate in the Bistro on our first night and the food and the service was so good that we ate at the hotel every evening. James, the Duty Manager gave us excellent service each evening. Even though only my husband wanted coffee after our evening meal, I was brought a piece of fudge as well even though I didn't want a hot drink. Breakfast was fantastic. There was a buffet for the cold items but what was so fantastic was that the hot food was to order. This was so refreshing and one of the best breakfasts ever. There was a really good choice. I would highly recommend this hotel.

    4
    « Charming piece of history, Good nights sleep »

    This old beauty has been remodeled creatively. The rooms are large and comfortable. Parking is free and you can walk to great restaurants and all the local history. The staff was very helpful not only with our stay but in researching the things we wanted to do in the area. The restaurant in the building was a bit awkward but convenient. The WiFi was mostly on. Phone calls are expensive. The laundry service was super affordable and prompt. The plumbing is old and takes a bit of patience.

    4
    « High standards from the age of steam locomotives »

    I have stayed here on a number of occasions, never more than one night at a time, and have always had a quiet, comfortable room and a warm welcome. This was once a grand railway hotel (it still has a ?Pullman Lounge') and has managed to retain much of its old style, good manners and good service. Dinners are good and modestly priced, and its breakfasts are mercifully quiet affairs with a comprehensive menu. A minor moan, though not about the hotel: I wish big hotel groups, such as Best Western, would allow customers to call their hotels direct, rather than hi-jacking us to a call centre where there is no opportunity to ask about the room, the view, or other important details. Fortunately the warm welcome at the Station Hotel makes one feel something more than a booking reference when one checks in. I warmly recommend it.

    5
    « Lovely stay in Dumfries »

    Just stayed in Station Hotel, Dumfries for 2 nights. Excellent hotel, lovely and clean, great breakfast and evening meal. We will be going back, and would recommend it to anyone wanting to stay there.

    5
    « Old fogies »

    very comfortable ambience, well trained professional staff who were willing and helpful without being obtrusive. We were able to sit in comfort to read or watch television after dinner - good to have more than one chair!

    4
    « Friendly staff »

    Stayed here for a week , smooth check in, lovely fresh room on 1st floor no14. Great bed very comfortable,tea facilities iron board and iron. Bath in bathroom with over head shower. Very spacious room with flat screen TVs. Breakfast was made to order or there was continental . Food was excellent and of a good standard , nice and fresh . I would stay here again

    5
    « Convenient, Quiet and Quality Hotel »

    Would stay again Stayed 3 nights in a large well furnished room. Thought it would be noisy next to the station but was surprisingly quiet. Breakfast was of a good quality with good service. Had dinner in the restaurant too and was impressed (useful on a Monday when many restaurants in town are closed). A short walk into the town centre and a short cab ride ~£4.50 to events at Easterbrook Hall.

    4
    « Pleasant option »

    Nice building in a convenient location, (with parking if you don't arrive by train), quiet at night, and with local staff. Our 'large double' was fresh, spotless and nicely proportioned, although the bathroom was a bit of a let-down in comparison - squeezed in, and only had a shower. We could also very clearly hear the plumbing from the room above us. Next time I'd ask for the top floor and one of the rooms with a 'spa-bath'. The menu features home-made dishes with local produce - but it's not very exciting. (The south-west in general is a bit stuck in a time-warp with food, and the old cliche of stuffing something with a bit of haggis is apparently adventurous. Young chefs who want to indulge their flair are clearly not hanging around Dumfries.) That said, the Station Hotel is probably the best option in a town with no fine-dining offerings. We were there at the same time as the 'exceeding all expectations' reviewer, and heard them discuss the rowing competition - so it just goes to show that what disappoints one person about a menu makes someone else very happy. Good wi-fi in the room.

    5
    « Best Yet! »

    Often stay at The Station Hotel in Dumfries when undertaking research or getting photos for talks or articles. Latest stay was the best yet. As always staff brilliant, food especially the local salmon was superb although the steak on the first night would take some beating and the breakfasts set me up for the day. Hopefully back there soon!

  • 5
    « exceeding all expectations »

    Where do I start? Well, even before we arrived, actually. My eldest daughter was competing in a rowing regatta at Dumfries so we decided to stay over on the Saturday night. We then found out that, in order to compete in her first race, we would have to be up at 4.00 am on the Saturday morning so I decided to book the Friday night as well. Despite the hotel having a wedding and a party of golfers staying, the proprietor, Aileen, managed to shuffle bookings around and fit us in - an excellent start! When we arrived at the beautiful, old G&SW railway building, we found ourselves booked in to two excellent, comfortable rooms, very clean and nicely furnished. Then on to dinner...what can I say, absolutely fantastic. I had a Portobello mushroom stuffed with local haggis and a whisky sauce - delicious. This was followed by an excellent rib-eye steak, tender and beautifully cooked, with great chips and a good selection of vegetables. This was all repeated on the Saturday, with a delicious burger, vegetable chilli, chicken burger and macaroni cheese. Every single dish was excellent. The breakfasts were superb too, lovely local produce and nice fresh fruit. So, this is truly a "hidden gem." Dumfries is a great base for exploration and the hotel is right next to the station, with ample free parking for guests. The whole experience was simply wonderful, the hotel is beautiful and the staff very helpful and friendly. I can`t recommend the Station highly enough and we will definitely be back!

    5
    « A Comfortable Stay at The Station Hotel »

    Two nights at this hotel was a very agreeable experience. Centrally located, 10 minutes walk from the Town Centre. Very quiet, spacious and comfortable room. Excellent Wi-Fi was able to stream digital radio without interruption. Great breakfast - The Full Scottish. If my travels take me here, i'll be back!

    5
    « Excellent Stay »

    Stayed one night with my wife and 3 kids. Room was great as it fitted a King & 3 single beds with plenty of room to move around. Beautifully decorated room and bathroom. We ate in the restaurant downstairs and had lovely food and a great bottle of Pinotage!! The restaurant manager was friendly and knowledgeable and the kids loved the menu . Breakfast was piping hot and hearty. Check in and check out was friendly and efficient and the owner gave us great advice and ideas about what to do locally. Thanks

    5
    « Welcoming & Courteous »

    I stayed here for 2 nights on a recent business trip. I received a lovely warm welcome from the reception staff and when I asked for directions to my work destination the next day I was given a map and directions were explained and highlighted, which was spot on. The car park is right outside the hotel and free to residents excellent.All the staff whom I come into contact with were helpful, courteous and caring. The room was spotless and exactly what I required. Breakfast was also excellent and the serving staff were very attentive without being over bearing and were always exceptionally polite and considerate. the free wi-fi is also a bonus. I will definitely be staying here again and I recommend it to my family, friends and colleagues alike.

    4
    « Dumfries »

    This is a great hotel with decent secure free parking, fast internet and lovely friendly people. Food was great and the whisky excellent. It is an easy walk in to a lovely town centre. And I was very satisfied from a value for money point of view. I would recommend this hotel for business and leisure if you are looking for a gateway to a beautiful part of Scotland.

    4
    « Lovely, homely stay. »

    I stayed here for a period of 1 night while on business in the area. When I pulled up to the hotel I was a little worried with the train station and bus depot that this was going to be noisy but I was proved wrong. Really good location and easy to find and trust me very little noise from the trains or buses. There is parking on site that is free if you stay in hotel. When I checked in I was greeted by wonderful staff who made me feel very welcome and even upgraded to a bigger room (due to Best Western membership status). I had a lovely room on 2nd floor, massive bed and lovely and clean. The rooms are slightly dated but the bed was so comfy with a nice flat screen TV. The WI-Fi was pretty good too which I wasn't expecting so that was a added bonus. After my evening meal in the Courtyard Bistro (review over on that page) I wanted to go for a walk and the hotel has maps and I was shown a nice route around the town. I had a decent nights sleep and there was just a little noise from one of the adjoining rooms as I could hear the TV but it didn't really disturb me too much. This hotel might have got top marks if it wasn't because of the breakfast. The breakfast just didn't fill me, the toast was very thin without crusts, I got one sausage and a handful of beans. I stay in a lot of hotels and I always have a nice breakfast to get me through day and this unfortunately was only let down in a otherwise brilliant stay. If you are in the area I highly recommend you give this hotel a go and I will be staying if in the area again.

    5
    « Outstanding »

    My wife and I stayed for one night but would have happily stayed for more. Check in was easy and the staff were efficient and very friendly. Our room [ 17 ] was exceptional, lovely big bed, great bathroom with toiletries and plenty of towels, hospitality tray included biscuits, iron and ironing board, great tv with all channels and for once two easy chairs. We had an evening meal and again the staff were excellent, the food was plentiful and tasty. After a very comfortable night the choices for breakfast were extensive. Overall we could find no fault with anything and would highly recommend staying at this hotel. Our thanks go to everyone at the hotel.

    4
    « 1st time »

    my partner and I visit Dumfries often. we like to stay at Hamilton house normally but didn't have rooms for our dates. this time we booked two rooms as we brought family with us. parking free outside hotel. the station hotel has a lovely atmosphere to it. reception staff were very friendly. a quick check inn. lovely stairs in foyer. oldie historic feel to the place. rooms were a little worn but that goes with the feel . not minding that at all. bathroom spotless. very comfortable bed. tea and coffee facilities. wardrobe iron and board. this is great . would return. breakfast room was lovely. young man who served us was efficient and very friendly and polite. breakfast choices were good. food hot and tasty. drinks in the bar were good not expensive either. lovely outdoor seating area for the warmer weather. wouldn't hesitate to book again.great staff, great price and location.

    3
    « Dissapointed »

    I have spent time in other Best Westerns and it seems the problems are generic in all venues I have stayed at. The Internet connectivity is appalling and the water pressure is poor. The room was cold albeit I did not arrive until late in the evening after a long drive but the radiator didn't heat up until the morning and so spent a cold night in the room.

    4
    « lovely stay »

    a lovely hotel , with a charm of its own ,with nice friendly staff , clean rooms and in a central location . breakfast and evening meal were both extremely good bed was comfy with decent pillows would certainly stay at station hotel again ..

  • 4
    « Good standard, and quality of rooms excellent »

    Not knowing what to expect we booked this hotel for one night. Reception staff very friendly and obliging, and handled us well given we had arrived too early for rooms to be ready. Did not dine in hotel, but was very pleasantly surprised at the quality of the rooms. Very spacious, well equipped, and a bed designed for a great nights sleep. Nice people and could not fault the hotel. Easily accessed wi if which is refreshing. Fed up with giving my inside leg measurements before getting the free wi fi?

    4
    « We had a lovely stay »

    Decor a bit dated but very clean. We had a top floor, ensuite, twin room and there is a working lift. The best thing about the hotel is the staff, very friendly and helpful. Lots of local knowledge. We were using public transport but the parking is right by the hotel. The hotel is literally across the road from the station and there are buses to local beauty spots from right by the hotel too. Walking distance to town centre.

    1
    « Trouble in the station »

    I was very disappointed the manager was a very unprofessional woman I heard her sware at her co-workers more than once while I was eating disgraceful also I kept getting dirty glasses which was very iratating all in all I wouldn't stay there ever

    4
    « Nice, old fashioned hotel »

    I stayed here for four nights in February. The hotel has an olden days charm about it but could do with a little upgrading. The staff were welcoming and friendly - particularly in the restaurant and remembered orders from day to day. The food was good and the vegetarian creations were tasty. My room was charming and comfortable. The light streaming in through the windows was lovely. My bed was great and I slept well. It was strange that they had installed the TV so it covered the mirror, making the mirror redundant. The bathroom and shower were tiny and when washing my hair, my elbows each touched a side of the shower and the water controller stuck into my back (I don't know what to call the contraption that controlled the water!). I'm just an average size person so would hate to have been any taller or larger! The location is great being literally across the road from the train station and it's only a 5-10min walk into town. A tip though is the entrance on the train station side is up stairs and then through a small revolving door so if you have luggage, you are best to walk around to the other side of the building and in the normal door at street level. This would be much easier!

    4
    « Helpful staff, attractive building. »

    Staff were really helpful. Cooked breakfast is pretty good, but the not cooked part is rather average (Golden Shred marmalade is not classy). Room was quiet, warm and comfortable. Shower is high standard but water flow a bit on the feeble side. Quite handy for town centre and for routes in and out. Overall, recommendable in its price bracket.

    4
    « handily placed »

    Nice old building , although as the name suggests, it is by the railway , the hotel was well soundproofed. Just two minutes from town centre . Dumfries appears to be a little short of good beer pubs, but the Weatherspoons "Robert the Bruce" was a haven of good beer and inexpensive food

    5
    « Work »

    Exelent hotel food is very good staff very friendly rooms cleaned every day we'll recommend second time at this hotel stayed for 2 weeks each time if you can't find what you want on the menu just ask and the chef may be able to cater for your needs .

    3
    « Decent hotel, well located but needs some TLC »

    Stayed here for one night in a "Super King" room. This hotel was once quite a high end one and has seen better days since we used to live in the town. The positives are that the room was a good size, staff were nice enough and friendly and efficient at check in and out. However the decor is very old fashioned, and the quality of the room was not really very good for £80 room only. Limited (Freeview) TV channels, and an old fashioned bathroom with some grotty plasterwork and thin towels. The bed was certainly large and was reasonably comfortable. In terms of cleanliness there were no issues but for the price why not put a couple of bottles of water into the room? Better than little packs of cookies! Location is perfect for people coming in by train and it is a short walk into the town. In fairness there are not that many other options in the town but the Station Hotel needs to up its game to keep its once high reputation intact.

    5
    « excellent meal »

    We had an excellent meal at The Station hotel my husband & I had the prawns to start they were really good then to follow my husband had the fish in beer batter with chips & peas. I had the lamb with Mediterranean vegetables it was delicious. For our dessert I had the banoffie pie and my husband had the trio of ice cream the meal was outstanding. The staff Rachel who served our food and Cameron the chef who also I would like to say added to what can only be described as a very good lunch.

    3
    « First time visit and will definitely be back »

    First time visit to the hotel and wasn't disappointed. The rooms are lovely, spacious and very cosy. Our room had been newly refurbished, decor was lovely. Staff were very friendly. Breakfast lovely. Hotel is about a 5 minute walk to the main shopping area. Will definitely be back.

  • 4
    « A decent if a little old fashioned hotel »

    Clean and decent, some rooms can be a little small, clean and well appointed. The bar and restaurant are pretty empty, best to eat elsewhere. Very conveniently located. Breakfast is good , service polite and friendly

    5
    « Great stay »

    Staff and quality of service always good. Look forward to staying again. Rooms well presented clean and comfortable. Staff happy to help with any issues at short notice. Food was very good and well presented. I would recommend this hotel for both business and leisure stays.

    5
    « My Dumfries home ?? »

    Having stayed here regularly during 2015, I can honestly say that I truly feel at home here. I know the owner and staff by name and feel part of the "family". I suppose, part of the furniture and fittings really. I never have any concerns or worries when coming here. The high standards that I witnessed and experienced during my first stay early in 2015 have continued through to now (Dec 2015). I have absolute confidence that these standards will remain during 2016 and indeed beyond. Having gone through a refurbishment programme, rooms have been modernised to a very high standard with excellent results. The Bathrooms which have been refurbished are stunningly modern. The Bistro Restaurant serves theeeeeee most delicious food and served with pride. All the meals I have enjoyed here have been excellent and with locally sourced produce, they certainly do their bit to support the local community and other businesses. Absolutely nothing is too much trouble - a quality which is sadly lacking in today's society. Would I recommend this Hotel to anyone visiting the area - undoubtedly. Thank you to the owner and Staff for their high level of excellence and professionalism and look forward to spending time with you in 2016.

    3
    « Cant be bothered »

    We booked for a quiet family meal . On arrival it was friendly and warm with people for a Christmas party alongside those who were seeking shelter as the trains south were cancelled. Despite this there was plenty of room for a sit down drink before our meal. Our meal was very nice with the table including steaks, pie, and fish all of which were tasty and well served. Desserts followed and cheese , with clean plates all round. We decided to have coffee upstairs in the bar. On asking for 2 coffees ,a pint, and a liqueur coffee I was told that by a barmaid that they were too busy to do a liqueur coffee and she could not be bothered to go downstairs to get the cream as it would upset the kitchen staff. I explained we had just had a meal and were having coffee upstairs only to relieve a vitriolic response on how busy she was. Sadly had I ordered in the restaurant I would have paid a £1 more but I would have got it. I would have got another drink but her attitude and manner after we spent over £110 since our arrival bordered on shocking. One member of the team spirit our whole experience. Well done to restaurant team you were excellent , let down by your colleague (older female also covering reception) team only as good as your weakest link.

    3
    « Good hotel »

    The reception staff were friendly and welcoming. My room was spacious and very clean. I had a lovely meal in the restaurant and the lady serving was very polite and friendly. The bar was ok, however it could have done with some back ground music as the few who were in there were all whispering because it was so silent. Breakfast had a good range and was very nice.

    1
    « They always have a problem with the heating »

    It appears that they always have a problem with the heating and make some pathetic excuse about some mysterious person turning it off or its non functionality. They are just so mean they don't want large heating bills. Avoid this hotel at all costs. Being in the legal profession, I have seen this type of negative behaviour before.

    4
    « Nice hotel in a good location »

    I only stayed here one night as visiting on business but the staff at check in were very friendly and my room was well decorated which was a pleasant surprise for an older building - the bathroom in particular was really modern and well finished. I didn't eat in the restaurant or breakfast due to timings I had to leave but will return again and eat there next time. Also had parking outside the hotel and was just a 10 minute walk into Dumfries centre. A nice hotel with friendly staff.

    5
    « Best Western Station Hotel »

    All hotel staff friendly and happy to help. Newly refurbished rooms are excellent quality and comfortable. Food quality in the restaurant is excellent. Hotel location in central with easy access to all Dumfries amenities.

    4
    « Quirky hotel with some luxury touches »

    Beautiful Victorian hotel, effective secondary glazing reduces noise from occasional trains at pretty station opposite. Extremely comfortable bed, fabulous quality bedding and large towels, friendly staff - overall a very charming experience. Disappointingly I had an issue with my meal in the restaurant being cold, which was rectified without fuss and apologies offered, and breakfast was well executed. You'll see us again

    4
    « Lovely old hotel with lots of character »

    This is a nice hotel with friendly welcoming staff. We stayed in a Superior room which was very spacious, looked recently refurbished and was finished to a good standard throughout. The bistro restaurant was pleasant, it offers a comprehensive, well priced menu with an emphasis on local produce. Every night is Steak night and it has to be said this was a beautiful piece of beef cooked to perfection. Lounge bar was quite quiet, offered a good range of beers and spirits (no shortage of single malts here) at reasonable prices (only exception being the wine which starts at £20 a bottle.) Sound proofing was excellent in the room, and the bed was extremely comfortable. The hotel seemed to be reasonably well occupied judging by the number of people at breakfast, but we didn't hear a noise all night. Overall this was a very pleasant stay in a lovely old hotel with lots of character.

  • 5
    « Olde World Charm »

    Charming old hotel., maintaining elegant character, with modern comforts. The rotating entrance door (original I think) even sounds like an old 'chuffer' train! Our room was spacious.The bed was huge, very comfortable, and the pillows heavenly! Power shower exhilarating. Lovely big fluffy white towels etc All staff very polite, friendly and efficient. The chef's a magician. Food delicious and abundant, both at breakfast and dinner. Our first visit (using Tesco Vouchers) will not be our last. Very conveniently, only 5 minutes walk to lovely Dumfries town centre, and, obviously, right next to the train station, so a car not essential.

    5
    « Great Hotel, Great Location, Great Price »

    This hotel is in a perfect location for visiting Dumfries. Like most station hotels it hails from a bygone era of quality rail travel. The hotel has maintained the old style look but with modern rooms and amenities. Food was excellent as was the friendliness and service of all staff including housekeeping.

    5
    « Stayed many times »

    this is a nice good hotel. I have stayed here several times over the last 7 years. It is a joy to stay here and would highly recommend it. I have been back time and time again. Very friendly and welcoming.

    5
    « Excellent stay. »

    I arranged a visit for 43 members of our rambling club to this hotel. We had excellent service from everyone at the hotel from the initial enquiry to our checkout. The rooms were of a high standard, the food was excellent and the staff were all eager to please. I had quite a few changes to make between initial enquiries and arrival, due to cancellations etc., and all of my problems were dealt with professionally. We had a great time walking in the area (Moffat and Dalbeattie) and enjoyed good weather. I have received many compliments regarding the hotel from the members who attended and we would happily return to this hotel some time in the future. Thanks again to everyone at the Station hotel.

    4
    « Walking weekend »

    We stayed at this hotel in October 2015 as part of a Rambling Group (about 43 of us). We found the hotel clean, well maintained and comfortable and it was well situated in Dumfries (just opposite the station but we never heard the trains) Our bedroom was reasonably large and quite well appointed. The staff were courteous and pleasant throughout our stay and the management endeavoured very hard to cater for our needs. The breakfast and dinners were good and the common areas cosy and welcoming. Our only problem was a minor misunderstanding in that the hotel thought they were serving breakfast "from" 8.00 am whereas our group thought breakfast was "at" 8.00am so we turned up en mass to the consternation of the kitchen staff. Fair dues to the management who easily fixed the problem for the next day's breakfast by serving it "buffet-style" In summary,, the hotel performed well in catering for such a large group and, from a personal perspective, I would have no hesitation in returning. I'm pleased to be able to report that the walking went very well too.

    4
    « The Best Fish and Chip Supper Bar None »

    We stayed here on a Saturday night en-route to another hotel north of Dumfries and the following Friday on our way back South to England. Arrived by train at Dumfries from the West Midlands and as the name implies - the hotel in a few steps from the station. This is what I call a Station Hotel - steeped in old fashioned ways - just perfect as I abhor clinically clean Premier Outs and Travail Lodges. On the second stay, the Friday night, I was determined to try the "Station" Fish and Chip supper. The best I have ever tasted bar none! OK so some reviews have moaned about the décor etc, - this is an old fashioned hotel and long may it stay that way. I must say though that the rooms we had were excellent and the bathrooms bang up-to-date. The station itself is a gem complete with edible garden where you are invited to pick the produce - brilliant!

    4
    « Scottish End of Roadtrip Stay »

    Stayed overnight at this hotel on our way back following a 6 day roadtrip across Dumfries & Galloway. After staying in a functional, comfortable Travelodge, a quirky, cosy wooden wigwam, and an amazing lighthouse, this stay was viewed as ideal for its location, amenities and expected comfortable rooms. The staff in both the main hotel and restaurant were welcoming and pleasant, and our evening meal was delicious and value for money. The hotel did look 'tired' and in need of a cash injection to update its decor, and room items such as the old style hairdryer but overall our stay was good, with the extremely comfortable king-size bed making it difficult to leave in the morning! If we were to return to the area, we would stay again.

    5
    « 3rd stay - always a warm welcome »

    I have stayed here 3 times now for business purposes. It is great after a long day. Always a friendly welcome at check in. Rooms are absolutely ideal for overnight stays. Comfy beds and lots of hot water. Lift to all floors. TV and WIFI. Good food served with a smile. Great breakfast. What more can I say.

    4
    « Nice hotel with friendly & helpful staff »

    Warm welcome from a friendly and efficient reception. Large comfortable room and spacious bathroom provided all that is needed. Hotel bistro served a tasty meal from a complete menu and staff were very helpful

    4
    « Spacious character hotel with wonderfully helpful staff and a super Bistro »

    We stayed here for an overnight [Saturday] when participating in a Curling tournament at the local Ice Bowl. Our last game on the Saturday finished at 8pm - we had yet to travel to and check in at the Hotel so we telephoned at 8.15pm to ask if we could book a table at the Hotel Bistro for 9pm [time for last orders].The receptionist could not have been more accommodating - she confirmed our short notice booking for the Bistro, provided valuable advice on parking at the Hotel and then warmly welcomed us when we arrived. The Receptionist even offered to move her own car should we want to park closer to the Hotel entrance and she also had Bistro menus at reception to allow us to order our meals so that we could take 20 mins to deposit our gear in our rooms and freshen up before dinner. All much appreciated. What a marvellous front of house ambassador ! Our two rooms were spacious, well appointed, clean and comfortable. A nice change from the now commonplace room template appearance of many corporate chain hotels, inns and lodges. Yes - the bathrooms are a little dated - but they are of good size and function efficiently. There may be some chipped paintwork in the corridors but nothing of any real concern. The charm and history of these older Hotels is invariably a plus for me which outweighs any minor issues. The Hotel Bistro proved to be a little gem - cleverly created in space within the Hotel basement achieving a truly warm Bistro type ambience as opposed to the rather characterless feel that some Hotel restaurants suffer from. The Bistro staff were attentive, friendly and knowledgeable. They appeared to be enjoying their work and this was apparent in their positive demeanour. The menu and the quality of the food and wine - all excellent. I am a rather fussy diner - and I genuinely could not find fault. Breakfast the following morning was served in the Bistro and again the experience was good with the staff chatty and friendly and the breakfast fare on the mark. The management at this Hotel deserve a pat on the back - they employ the 'right' staff and must treat the staff fairly and manage them effectively to achieve the levels of motivation and commitment evident throughout the entire staff team. The Station Hotel Dumfries will certainly be my choice again when we next visit Dumfries.

 

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Depuis : la route A75. Prenez le contournement vers Dumfries, suivez la direction de Dumfries depuis le rond-point de l'A709. Le BEST WESTERN Station Hotel est à 1,5 kilomètre sur la droite, en face de la gare.

 

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