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Stayed overnight in february. Warm welcome.Room clean and bed comfortable. Food was excellent and price included full scottish breakfast. Visited bar and the local customers were very friendly. Onlly a short walk to the sweetheart abbey and a short drive to the solway coast. Thoroughly...More
We spent 3 nights at the Abbey Arms Hotel and they were comfortable and cosy. The room was clean and quiet. Breakfast was included in our tariff and offered a good selection of local food, including haggis and smoked salmon.
New Abbey is a very...More
stopped off in our camper in a beautiful place New Abby thought we would finish the night off with a drink in the local pub BIG mistake the landlord certainly knows how to treat his customers with foul and abusive language and smutty talk in...More
Never have I been to a pub before where you are made to feel so unwelcome, we are not locals and went in on a Sunday night and first of all ordered a drink with a lemonade to be told there's none, saw a can...More
What can I say about the Abbey Arms? Well nothing repeatable in polite society.
When I arrived the place was locked up and I had to go to the nearby shop to ring up and gain access. When I entered, the place was stone cold,...More
The Abbey is just a short walk as erindoors says but I'm concerned that you're asking about a castle. Apologies if I'm assuming that you're not much acquainted with our geography but are you sure it is New Abbey you're... More
The Abbey is just a short walk as erindoors says but I'm concerned that you're asking about a castle. Apologies if I'm assuming that you're not much acquainted with our geography but are you sure it is New Abbey you're interested in? There are a number of castles not many miles away but we have several places in Britain called Newcastle, they're nowhere near New Abbey and it's not close to the Castle in Edinburgh either.
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"No lift here, so first floor advisable if you have a dissability"