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Hopetoun Arms

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Rooms: 8
From £65.00 prpn
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  • Children welcome
  • Evening meals
  • Garden
  • Off-road parking
  • Open fire or stove
  • Pets by arrangement
  • Pub/restaurant within 1 mile
  • Short breaks
  • Wi-Fi


The Hopetoun Arms Hotel

is a grade two listed building and is the highest residential hotel in Scotland, sitting 1297ft above sea level.




Nestled in the heart of the Lowther Hills it is in a quiet rural location. A perfect stop off point if traveling north or south, and a perfect place for a nice relaxing break. The Hopetoun Arms itself is steeped in history with mentions from Dorothy Wordsworth in her book “The grand tour of Scotland” Published in 1804.

The village itself has a heritage trail which will have you visit such delights as, John Taylors Grave, who died in 1770 at the remarkable age of 137 and The curfew Bell which was rung to inform the miners of their shift changes.

Although we are in a rural setting we are only forty five minutes from Glasgow and just over one hour to Edinburgh and Carlisle.

The village has the oldest subscription library in the UK which is open to visitors and the highest golf course in Scotland. Situated just behind the hotel.

We have 8 en suite letting bedrooms Doubles, twin and family rooms from £85 per night Singles from £65.00
Free wi-fi
A lounge bar and a small locals bar
Free parking
Camper vans are very welcome, and we have 5 electric hook ups
Bikers and cyclists welcome and we have secure lock up for bikes
Bunk house opening late 2019
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At a glance

  • Free Internet access (wireless) in public areas
  • Adjoining rooms
  • Free parking
  • Restaurant
  • Cots and Highchairs
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    Hopetoun Arms; Rachel Campbell
    37 Main Street

    ML12 6XP

    01659 74234

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