Dumfries Arms Hotel

54 Glaisnock Street , KA18 1BY

Cumnock, Scotland

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About Dumfries Arms Hotel

  • Venue : 4

    Ambience : 4

    Service : 5

    Value : 5

    Short Stay

    Just what we wanted at an excellent price. Used the hotel for a short two day stay to attend a funeral. Good value deal but there is quite a lot of road noise in the rooms.
    ,   Reviewed 23/02/2019

The Dumfries Arms Hotel offers all of the style and luxury of a contemporary boutique getaway in a landmark historic setting. For the past 300 years, it has welcomed many colourful guests, including Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott. But alongside its impressive dose of heritage, the Dumfries Arms has plenty of contemporary comforts too, including individually styled rooms, a relaxing restaurant and two bars.

Relaxing rooms

Each of the twenty-six guest rooms at the Dumfries Arms has its own distinct look and feel. All rooms have a flat screen TV, WiFi, en suite bathroom and hot drink making facilities. Added luxuries can be found in the Superior Rooms, Deluxe Rooms and in the Lennox Suite, which has a separate lounge, jacuzzi and four-poster bed.

Comfortable restaurant

With its cosy booths, the Dumfries Arms restaurant is a spot to relax in over a hearty meal. Menus can change but mains might include slow-cooked Mediterranean lamb casserole on a bed of rice; traditional steak and ale pie with creamed mash, and crispy West Coast haddock with chips, mushy peas and tartare sauce. Vegetarians can enjoy options such as the grilled goat’s cheese and red onion filo tart. A selection of steaks and burgers are also available.

The hotel offers a choice of two bars; the lounge bar with its comfy couches and fireplace, and the chic 54 @ DA cocktail and cafe bar. A selection of over eighty Scottish whiskies are served, plus vodkas and gins.

See & do

The Dumfries Arms is a great spot for exploring Ayrshire. If you are a golf enthusiast, you can take your pick from almost fifty courses, including Open Championship greens. History lovers will be kept busy exploring the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, the 18th century Dumfries House and the fairytale Culzean Castle. Ayr Racecourse makes for a fun day out and A. D. Rattray’s Whisky Experience is around a 45-minute drive away.

Top Facilities

    Restaurant and bar
    Flat screen TV
    En suite bathroom
    Ironing board & iron
    Hot drink making facilities
    Wheelchair accessible, disabled rooms available on request

Important Information

Cancellations must be made 72 hours prior to the booking.