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The Gretna Inn

 
Food and Drink
Gretna

The Gretna Inn is situated in Gretna,South West Scotland.

Located just off the M6 motorway, our laid-back hotel is a 2-minute walk from the Gretna Gateway Outlet shopping centre and 9 miles from Hadrian’s Wall path, an 84-mile stretch of ancient Roman wall.

We have 2 large and spacious welcoming bar areas in the hotel. Both are open plan bar and offer a good selection of beers, spirits and soft drinks, all served by our friendly staff. Our restaurant bar opens out into a large seating area with large tables and good spacing between tables. Our sports bar open up on a large area featuring large screen Tvs, pool table, dart board and juke box.

Relax with a drink in either of our bars and enjoy our warm welcome and hospitality.

HOTEL MEALS

Our Food

At The Gretna Inn we believe that good food makes helps make good times and good memories and we try very hard to make our food the best it can be for you.

Allergy Information:

Please ask your server if you are concerned that any of our food ingredients contain any allergens that may have an affect on you & we will be delighted to assist & help you to make an informed choice. Some chicken & fish dishes may contain bones, we cannot guarantee that items on the menu do not contain nuts or traces of nuts.

Sports Bar

Restaurant

Hot Food

Light Bites

Children’s Menu

Café services

ABOUT OUR ROOMS

WE HAVE 5 ROOMS IN TOTAL, ALL OF WHICH ARE EN-SUITE, ALL BEDROOMS PROVIDING OUR GUESTS WITH AMPLE SPACE TO RELAX.

Our hotel accommodation is cosy, clean and comfortable and is an ideal place to rest after a long day on the road or an extended day out on the tourist trails.

OTHER ROOM INFO

We provide – TV, wi-fi, tea and coffee making facilities. Our sports bar and rooms are dog friendly with prior arrangement please. We endeavour to provide everything guests may require to have a perfect break.

For availability of rooms please call 01461 337 465 for details or alternatively email us using our contact form.

 

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121 Annan Road
Gretna
DG16 5DN

01461 337 465

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121 Annan Road
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DG16 5DN

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