Thornhill Inn

Thornhill Inn


0.5 miles
103-106 Drumlanrig Street, Thornhill, DG3 5LU
It takes careful planning and a wealth of experience to create a hotel with just the right ingredients for success. The Gronberg family, however, are no strangers to the hospitality industry and over the past six years they have transformed a once-tired establishment into a thriving, quality business. This tenbedroomed hotel, situated on the village's high street, is the second of the family's establishments, the first being the Gillbank guesthouse on East Morton Street.

You will instantly feel comfortable at the Thornhill Inn, with its relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The success of the popular restaurant is partly due to the dynamism of the owners and partly thanks to the dedication and skill of the two chefs - one local and one French - who create a menu focused on quality ingredients which are as fresh and local as possible. This is the best in traditional Scottish fare, with a clever modern-day twist. As well as a sumptuous selection of traditional and unusual starters and desserts, diners can tuck into a wide choice of meat, fish, game and poultry dishes - all cooked with imagination. From venison to mussels, there is something for everyone; the special sizzling steak is a real treat for meat-lovers.

The Thornhill Inn excels in serving exceptional, honest food with a smile; no wonder it is now a favourite haunt among Thornhill's locals.
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