Welcome to Holmhill Country House
and Holmhill Steading Cottage
Thornhill, Dumfries and Galloway, DG3 4AB
At Holmhill Country House we offer our bed and breakfast guests accommodation which combines country house style with modern luxury amenities. Holmhill Country House has a VisitScotland 5 star rating. See our Welcome Video below for a sense of what Holmhill offers.
We also have a self catering cottage available for rent. Details of the holiday cottage can be found on the self catering tab above or by clicking HERE. Please telephone or email us to enquire about or book the cottage.
Holmhill is on the edge of the tranquil village of Thornhill. We are only 5 minutes drive from Closeburn, 20 minutes drive from Dumfries, and just over an hour from Glasgow, Edinburgh or Carlisle. The local area around Thornhill and Dumfries is full of things to do - walking, cycling, mountain biking, fishing, golf and sightseeing. There are many historic buildings to visit nearby. It is an ideal centre for visiting Robert Burns heritage sites or the striking landscape sculptures for which Dumfries and Galloway is becoming renowned; or come for one of the local arts events, or music festivals at nearby Moniaive.
The house and cottage stand in their own grounds of 7 acres next to an historic bridge over the River Nith. Holmhill offers you peaceful garden space, woodlands and glorious sunsets over the nearby Keir Hills. (See the Gallery). If you'd like to see Holmhill and the surrounding countryside from the air, click HERE or the BirdsEye tab.
Enjoy breakfast in the graceful dining room. Relax in the bright and stylish drawing room. For dinner we can help our guests with recommendations and provide transport for local venues. Free WiFi is available in both the main house and the cottage.
To find out more about a visit to Holmhill click on the buttons at the top of this page, or to see what our guests have said about us on Tripadvisor click on the words Holmhill Country House in our Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence.
Rosie and Stewart