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Anvil View Guest House
Gretna green
Gretna
Dumfries and Galloway

DG16 5EA | View map

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Luxury Bed and Breakfast accommodation situated in the heart of romantic Gretna Green ...The Anvil View Guest House is two minutes walking distance from the World Famous Blacksmiths Shop and Anvil Hall, four minutes walk from the Blacksmiths Courtyard and two miles from the Mill Forge.We pride ourselves on providing our guests with home from home comforts and a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere.Ideally situated for those tourist who wish to explore the Border Reiver country, situated in the picturesque gateway to Scotland .We pride ourselves on providing our guests with home from home comforts and a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere ... For Breakfast, relax in our spacious and tastefully furnished breakfast room and select from our range of cereals, juices and preserves and enjoy a hearty Scottish cooked breakfast.Should you have any special requirements or dietary needs, we will be happy to cater for your requirements given prior notice.We have a well kept garden within which sits our log Summer House for guests who wish to relax and unwind in the peaceful and tranquil surroundings.

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