6 reasons Trigony was awarded the best pet-friendly hotel in the UK

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roxyThe Trigony Country House Hotel stands over four acres of the secluded gardens and mature woodlands of Closeburn, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. The property used to be a shooting lodge for the Closeburn castle but now it is home to the Moore family.

Judy and Adam Moore – mother and son team – built the hotel’s reputation on the hospitality and the fine cuisine they provide using mostly local, organic ingredients. All the food is prepared with the greatest of care from the homemade organic bread to the ice-cream. Adam who is the head chef himself is keen to continue this tradition with his partner Jan ensuring that the guests can truly enjoy their stay in the serenity and calmness of this inspiring hideaway.

The hotel caters for the more relaxed and for the adventurous visitors alike as the emphasis is on providing a unique holiday experience tailored to the individual within the breath-taking settings of the Scottish countryside. Those seeking relaxation and calmness can enjoy the high quality of food from the restaurant overlooking the gardens or in the cosy bar lit up by a welcoming open fire. For the thrill seekers there is an abundance of choice of activities. Some of the ones Trigony offers include pony trekking, Land Rover safari, vintage car rides, fishing and falconry.

The hotel’s policies are open and progressive: it proudly ranks itself among the pet-friendly properties and they have a dog menu as well.

The Trigony Country House hotel is an exciting combination of the country house ambience and the comfort expected from a much loved family home. It is a perfect destination for couples, families, pet-lovers for longer and short, romantic breaks alike.

6 Great reasons are:

  1. Dogs are welcomed throughout the hotel
  2. Great walks directly from the hotel
  3. A welcome box with gourmet treats provided to every pooch
  4. Dog sitting available on request
  5. FREE dog beds, towels and bowls provided on request
  6. A friendly pooch in house
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