Annan is a Scottish royal burgh in Dumfriesshire. Its public
buildings include Annan Academy, of which the writer Thomas Carlyle
was a pupil, and a Georgian building now known as "Bridge House".
Town Hall was built in Victorian style in 1878, using the local
sandstone. Annan also features a Historic Resources Centre. In Port
Street, some of the windows remain blocked up to avoid paying the
year in July, Annan celebrates the Royal Charter and the boundaries
of the Royal Burgh are confirmed when a mounted cavalcade undertakes
the Riding of the Marches. Entertainment includes a procession,
sports, field displays and massed pipe bands.
The Queensberry Arms
Tel: 01461 202024
Situated in the heart of Annan 's bustling main street, just 7 miles
from the English border, its impressive facade has stood proudly
since its days as a coach house.
hotel has 28 rooms which are all en-suite, have tea and coffee
making facilities, freeview TV, free WiFi on the ground floor, and
is inclusive of full English breakfast.
Queensberry Arms Hotel was bought over in February 2007, by current
owners Roger and Lisa Boardman. The hotel is constantly being
upgraded and refurbished to ensure facilities are meeting clients
needs and that we can assure guests of a perfect stay what ever the
Originally an 18th century Coaching Inn the Hotel has been developed
over the years increasing its accommodation and overall facilities.
Hotel has quite a social side to its business with various community
groups that meet in the Hotel.
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