Room Description

The Garden Suite is the largest room at Trigony Hotel and is located on on the ground floor; it has a king-sized bed in a large bedroom with views over the Kier hills to the South-West, home to one of Scotlands famous sons, Kirkpatrick MacMillan inventor of the bicycle. There is then a step up to a lobby area and a Bathroom with separate power Shower.

The lobby also leads to a heated conservatory, with a separate sitting area with great views for all year-round relaxation, and also acts as your own private access into the Hotel. The small private garden, means you are not overlooked and gives the suite a much more private exclusive feel for those who really want a country hideaway.

Come and enjoy your break in the Garden Suite at Trigony Country House Hotel in Dumfries, located in South-West Scotland in a room that has a lovely garden aspect.

Whatever your preference we have a room to suit at Trigony and all our rooms are pet friendly so your canine companion is welcome!

Read our reviews and see how our guests have enjoyed their stay at Trigony

The Garden Suite Photograph Gallery

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There is always a discount for Single Occupancy Rates dependant on party size & season

We can add up-to 2 extra beds into some superior rooms for children, at £15 per bed on a bed & breakfast basis.

Prices are shown per room per night, and are inclusive of VAT at 20%


Spring BreaksImagine yourself enjoying one of our wonderful Spring breaks in Scotland? The daffodil bank is in full bloom and Dumfries and Galloway is waking up. It's a great time of year for wild life watching and exploring the natural environment.

Summer BreaksRelaxing in the garden with a cool drink or visiting Drumlanrig castle and strolling through the delightful estate village of Thornhill.

Autumn Breaks Perhaps the most beautiful time of year for walking with the colours of the countryside constantly changing.

Winter BreaksWhat do you think of for your winter breaks in Scotland? Ice blue sky’s and crisp frosty mornings a great time to explore or just relax in front of a log fire. We offer the perfect winter break you could ever want. Find out what Scotland can offer.