A superb hotel set in its own gardens on the banks of the River Nith, with extensive views across Scotland's Southern Upland Way.
Blackaddie Country House Hotel is set amidst two acres of secluded gardens, on the outskirts of the village of Sanquhar in South West Scotland, on the Southern Upland Way. The hotel offers comfortable accommodation, excellent facilities, friendly service and great food (recently awarded Gold Plate Status with Hotel Review Scotland and 4 Purple Hearts from Good Food Scotland).
A warm welcome awaits you at our Scottish Country House Hotel, a family run country house hotel which combines high standards of personal care with friendly informality, thus ensuring that guests feel at home.
"Blackaddie House is a small, family-run hotel nestling in the hills of Dumfries-shire whose modest, comfortable appearance conceals a passion for excellent food. Local produce of the highest quality provides the raw materials for Ian McAndrew to forge into works of art in his kitchen."
Seared Scallops, on a bed of crushed peas, with scallop foam, lemon dressing: "Immediate visual appeal. The slices of attractively seared scallops were laid out in an overlapping line atop the fresh, bright green peas, and coated with a light, frothy foam, garnished with pea shoots." "Cooked and presented to a very high standard."
Slow roasted belly of Gloucester Old Spot Pork, Fillet wrapped in Parma Ham, butternut squash puree, millefeuille potatoes: "The belly of pork was meltingly tender, with thin, brittle crackling delicately cross-hatched. The fillet was pink and juicy, with a dark pink border. A mouth-watering palette of flavours. The smooth, sweet butternut squash, the slightly bitter flavour of the broad beans and the fresh green spinach were perfect foils for the deep, rich meaty pork".