Staying at Craigadam Country House Hotel
Craigadam is as convenient and central as it is a tranquil and relaxing place to stay for touring in South West Scotland. Just a few minutes from the main Carlisle to Stranraer road (A75) we offer traditional Scottish farmhouse hospitality, extended and made superbly comfortable into a quiet country haven and warm welcome for bed and breakfast guests.
Craigadam is available to hire for exclusive use for your special occasion – please contact Celia to discuss your requirements and we’ll be delighted to help make arrangements for you.
Our suites & self catering cottage
Rennie Mackintosh Suite
Inspired by the famous Scottish designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh – one of our nation’s greatest designers of Art Nouveau.
Inspired by delicacy and sensitivity of Chinese art belies a culture as famous for fighting as for its cuisine and administrative skills.
The Creole bedroom brings to mind the Mardi Gras and thoughts of jazz, but above all the calm welcome New Orleans has traditionally offered.
An attractive room with its own Eastern motif and mascot in the form of its elephant. Furnishings continue this Indian theme, with a luxurious corner bath.
Clean lines and light colours recalls the Norse heritage that has been part of western Scotland for nearly twelve hundred years.
Galloway has seen the comings and goings of many mighty Scottish Kings and Queens, from Robert the Bruce to Mary Queen of Scots.
Thoughts of Queen Victoria come to mind in the Victorian suite when one rests on the grandfather and grandmother brass beds.
Our cosy self-catering cottage has three twin bedrooms, all en-suite, comfortable sitting/dining room and a lovely view of the orchard.
Warm welcomes as standard
Approached by a winding, half mile long driveway, Craigadam Country House sits against a beautiful rolling countryside backdrop. Behind is 25,000 acres of country estate comprising moorland, woods, lochs and farmland. The estate is run with conservation and sustainability in mind, and owner Richard looks after over 1000 ewes and a herd of Highland cattle – the produce of which is on sale seasonally in our Country Larder shop. He also organises a variety of outdoor activities such as walking, birdwatching, deer stalking, shooting and fishing for guests looking to get the most out of their break.
Co-host Celia offers staying bed and breakfast guests a home-cooked dinner in our dining room. A stay at Craigadam infuses an atmosphere of relaxation, informality and good humour accompanied with superb, locally sourced cuisine making it a wonderful place to stay for one night, but even better for several days.