Ferintosh offers Bed and Breakfast accommodation in Dumfries. The Guest House is a very attractive picturesque red sandstone Victorian building resting peacefully in a quiet residential part of the historic and beautiful town of Dumfries, Scotland. Ferintosh is opposite Dumfries Railway Station and a 5 minute walk from the town centre. There is ample parking nearby.
Free wireless internet access (Wi-Fi) throughout Ferintosh. So bring your laptop with you and enjoy wireless broadband in your room.
Warm, clean, comfortable, and stylishly furnished, you get much more for your money at Ferintosh Guest House; in addition to our outstanding breakfast selection there are luxurious bath robes, face cloths, huge thick bath towels, cloth napkins, personal safes for guests' valuables, tea/coffee making facilities (including decaf herbal, & hot chocolate), biscuits, hairdryers, cotton buds, cotton balls, makeup remover pads, shampoo, conditioner, shower soap, corkscrew, TV, alarm clock/radio, and an iron and ironing board are available.
Ferintosh Guest House has 6 bedrooms with a mix of Twins and Doubles - some with ensuite and some with private facilities. Ferintosh blends the comfort, charm and beauty of a traditional Bed & Breakfast with outstanding customer service, and environmentally friendly business practices.
In the guest house, you will find a wide variety of magazines, books and guides to the area including information on Dumfries, Robert Burns, local Burnsian history, walking, cycling, fishing, and golf. Walkers and cyclists are most welcome and we have facilities for their needs. As are fisherman and golfers.
Ferintosh is the ideal location, close to all wedding and function venues in the Dumfries area.
We are proud to be LGBT friendly, kilt friendly, and dog friendly.
Tradesmen working in Dumfries are welcome and catered to at Ferintosh.
For the comfort of our guests we no longer accommodate children under the age of 10.
We accept Cash, Cheques, and Debit/Credit Card
Read what our Guests say about us!
We are honoured to be Highly Recommended by Lonely Planet guide books AND The Rough Guide to Scotland