Mark's Alehouse
Recommended Pubs and Restaurants in Dumfries & Galloway

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There are a total of 12 premises in this area.


Sulwath Brewery
Sulwath Brewery 209 King Street
Castle Douglas
DG7 1DT
01556 504525 (T)
www.sulwathbrewers.co.uk/ (W)

This family Brewery sits in a small courtyard just off the street near the end of the town. The tap room is small but sufficient and hosts a shop and brewery tours. The beers are always on excellent form as are the staff. Small snacks are available including locally made pies from a butcher in the town. Always a warm welcome and fond favourites of SPBWNI. At present none of the licenced premises are serving their ales on draught.


The Creebridge House Hotel
The Creebridge House Hotel Minnigaff
Newton Stewart
DG8 6NP
(01671) 402121 (T)
www.creebridge.co.uk/ (W)
info@creebridge.co.uk (E)

Country house hotel situated in its own grounds at the end of the town (just after the garage). Good beers, excellent food and a children's certificate. Quiet and relaxing. Good food in the bar or lounge and restaurant area at the rear. Comfortable lounge and a restaurant to the side. Accommodation of 18 en-suite rooms includes a 4-poster. Changing list of cask ales.


The Laurie Arms Hotel
The Laurie Arms Hotel 11-13 Main Street
Haugh of Urr
DG7 3YA
(01556) 660246 (T)
www.haugh-of-urr.com/ (W)

Comfortable & friendly country inn with children's certificate. Good food and great guest beers - the boss has every right to be proud of his beer conditioning. Lovely village straddling the river. This is not now a hotel but they can guide you to places to stay. Restaurant to one side, bar with large fire, lounge and games room at the other. Check out the seaside postcards in the toilets.

Winner of CAMRA's "Pub of the Year 2000 - Scotland"


The Crown Hotel
The Crown Hotel North Crescent
Portpatrick
DG9 8SX
(01776) 810261 (T)
www.crownportpatrick.com/ (W)

A bar with a roaring fire, two small lounges with aircraft photographs from RAF bases. Narrow stairs lead up to the bedrooms. Good accommodation with 12 rooms, but book well in advance. Very large restaurant overlooking a very old graveyard where interred are the many bodies from local shipwrecks. Excellent meals served by friendly staff. (See my red car?).


The New Bazaar
The New Bazaar 38 Whitesands
Dumfries
DG1 2RS
(01387) 68776 (T)

Serving guest beers for many years, a friendly town centre pub, once a coaching inn, overlooking the river. Good bar and side lounge. Winner of many awards, including a N. Ireland CAMRA certificate! Everchanging list of ales, all kept in good condition.

** (N.I. CAMRA branch award winner). **


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