ACCOMMODATION

Two charming

bedrooms with contemporary

four - poster beds - in each.

One room is a Double.

One room is a Twin.

Both rooms are En Suite

The Glenauchtree Room

with Juliet Balcony offering views over

The Southern Uplands

from £95/Night

Bathroom Shelves

En Suite

A refreshing space within which to relax and cast your cares; with traditional shower, fresh towelling and homely toiletries to complete a Vintage/Contemporary feel to the ambience of your morning wash.

Woman Sleeping

Comfortable Nights Rest

The Glenauchtree Room is decorated with traditional wood pannelling and bedding of good quality with extra duvets and blankets for cozy comfort.

A Contemporary Four-Poster Double Bed adds that touch of class and so you are guaranteed a charming

and blissful night.

Glass Teapot

Tea Infusions

No teabags here! At Eliock Dower we provide you with the 'doings' to produce Traditional Tea Infusions in the privacy of your room.

If you're not already a convert you soon will be. There's fresh coffee available too.

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There are vistas everywhere you look!

The Willowgrain Room
views overlooking woodland
from £85/Night
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Ambience

The Willowgrain Room is stylised as Vintage/Edwardian in essence. The room has two charming sash windows; both overlooking beautiful woodland.

Traditional wood pannelling lifts the historical flair of The Willowgrain Room together with two Contemporary Four-Poster Single Beds for you to drift away, away, away.......

 

Short Wood Bench

En Suite

The En Suite shower room, with views over The Southern Uplands, ensures guests are given every opportunity to enjoy the environment of the Dower House whenever possible.

Fresh Linens and lovely toiletries make for a soothing and relaxing quiet time.

Fresh Coffee Beans

Tasse de Cafe'

Freshly ground coffee with cafetiere add to your sense of privacy when you can prepare that Touch of Extravagance as if you were in your own home; drinking in the atmosphere.

Tea infusions available too.

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Can you hear the birds singing yet?