Relax and enjoy good food  at The Galloway Arms Hotel.

Relax in comfort, and enjoy good food at  your leisure in The Galloway Arms.

We have been noted for our food by La Routard, we are now listed in the 2008 UK Lonely Planet Guide, the only Newton Stewart eatery to get a mention, and we have merited a Dining Award by the RAC.

We offer a few places where you can enjoy our fresh Scottish produce, even the garden on a nice day.  However our principal rooms are, The Still Room, The Earls Room and for breakfast, The Old Toll House.

The STILL ROOM offers a somewhat unique dining experience.  In this room you are surrounded by every distillery malt whisky in Scotland, plus a few no longer with us.

The EARLS ROOM LOUNGE was built in 2006, or perhaps it is more apt to say rebuilt to it’s 1750 original walls.  We offer food both in our lounge and restaurant.  You choose our table, same price, same quality, just a different ambiance.  With two fireplaces and the Earls’ crest on the wall, a wonderful old yet modern room.

The OLD TOLL HOUSE, is the oldest part of the oldest building in Newton Stewart. For the start of the day we offer what we hope is a very nice breakfast. Local kippers, fresh local sausages and best back bacon. Several options for vegetarians and one or two ideas if you wish something not cooked at all, but still fresh. All of this is available in our breakfast room.
The Still Room Restaurant opens every night for evening meals.  A mainly traditional menu with a Scottish slant.  We however do not offer anything faddy, just fresh Galloway food, well cooked.
We offer the same menu as our restaurant in our lounge.  A menu that offers enough choice to keep you from getting bored with a few specials on every lunchtime and evening as well.
We also offer al fresco dining for the more adventurous of our customers.  Galloway is not the South of France however it does offer a mild climate thanks to the Gulf Stream and a South Western facing location.
The Old Toll House set for breakfast in Winter. Enjoy your coffee beside an open fire. Tea, with your feet as warm as toast.