Built in 1710 as a manor house on Gretna Estate, Gretna Hall Hotel retains all the character you'd expect from a historic building, but with all of the facilities of a contemporary hotel including free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Gretna Green is famed for being the place that young English couples used to run away to so that they could get married 'over the anvil' without their parents permission. Gretna Hall itself has a 200-year history of marrying couples - they've even named its restaurant after the anvil which sits in Blacksmith's Courtyard. Perhaps upgrade to a sumptuous four poster room set within the oldest part of the building and unwind in a roll-top bath, or take a stroll through the gardens and admire its ornamental ponds - there are 10 perfectly sculpted acres for you to explore - before getting changed for supper at the Anvil restaurant. Browse through the extensive wine list and try a delicious haggis filo parcel to start with (the chef only uses local and seasonal ingredients and is meticulous about how he selects them). Or, if you prefer, you could enjoy a plate of food or a pint of ale in more informal surrounds from the generous menu at the Bar and Lounge instead. Classic British Hotels (CB)
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