[slideshow id=2] Our aim is to ensure you have an enjoyable and relaxing stay. Glenaldor House is a lovely spacious Dumfries Accommodation built in the 1860s. It is a listed building and sits in a beautiful spot in a conservation area.
Whether you are visiting Dumfries for work, business, a short break or a longer stay, Glenaldor is your perfect base. Although we are in a quiet and secluded location we are fortunate to be a mere 3 minutes walk from the train station and less than a 10 minute stroll from the town centre.
At our Dumfries Accommodation we intend to give you excellent quality and service at affordable prices. We have 4 lovely rooms and can offer family, double, twin and single rooms with en-suite/private bathrooms. Ample private and additional parking is available for all guests. Our house retains many original features such as cast iron staircases and fireplaces and some wonderfully ornate cornices.
We are conviently situated less than one mile from the DG One Leisure Complex.
We now offer free unlimited wireless internet access and each of our rooms have flat digital TVs with built in Freeview.
All our rooms are now en-suite
Dumfries and Galloway is an inspiring corner of Scotland where our national bard Robbie Burns lived, worked and died – his historical legacy and many other areas and sites such as the UK’s only triangular castle at Caerlaverlock and the beautiful Solway coastline are on our doorstep to visit. The area is a haven for walking / hiking, cycling (7 stanes), golfing, shooting and fishing and our guests regularly return to enjoy and pursue there pastimes. We have a secure basement available for all your bikes and sporting equipment to ensure it is safe during your stay.
If you are an avid reader you may be interested to know that J.M. Barrie the author of “Peter Pan” lived in the house next to us during his school years when he attended Dumfries Academy. There is a stone engraving on the building to commemorate his time there.
We have also recently added our “a day in the life of Rabbie Burns” guide to our blog. The guide allows you to follow in the footsteps of our national poet during his time in Dumfries. Starting at his now famous statue then down the vennel and across the 13th century sandstone Devorgilla Bridge, along the banks of the river nith (where Burns was an excise man). Stop off at his favourite “howff” and finish at his final resting place.