Luxurious Wedding accommodation & Rooms at Comlongon Castle
All rooms are individually themed and decorated with en-suite bathrooms, contain tea and coffee making facilities (although staff will deliver these 24 hours if requested), Digital free view flat screen TV, ironing facilities and direct line telephones. We also offer free Wi-Fi services to guests. All prices are for room and full Scottish breakfast included and include all taxes and VAT.
Late Check out; We are very flexible at Comlongon and if the opportunity arrises we will allow guests to have a complimentary late check out facility. This very much depends upon the time of year and how busy we are. If your room is not being used the next day you are welcome to a complimentary late stay.
Our 15 Rooms
Rooms 1-6 are on the first floor. Rooms 7-11 are on the second floor, whilst rooms 12-14 are on the mezzanine floor. For elderly guests room 12 would be the most suitable as this requires climbing fewer stairs. Please note that due to the age of the castle and hotel access to all bedrooms is via stairs; although we do provide suitable rest room facilities.
ROOM 1; THE CARRUTHERS SUITE.
The Carruthers Suite is a large suite with original stone mullion leaded windows with views across the entrance to the hotel.The Suite contains a Jacobean style king size four poster bed and large travertine tiled en-suite bathroom with roll top bath and double walk in shower. Named after the Carruthers family, related to the Murray's, an eminent and powerful local force. This Suite is also known as the haunted suite, after Marion Carruthers who died here on the 25th September 1570.
ROOM 2; THE MAID'S CHAMBER.
Originally the maids room for the Countess of Mansfield, The Maid's Chamber is a double room with a king size Victorian Style brass bed and travertine tiled en-suite bathroom. Our smallest double suite, but bursting with character. The bedroom enjoys views across the entrance to the hotel.
ROOM 3; MANSFIELD SUITE.
Once Lady Mansfield’s bedroom, this is a large suite with original Edwardian fitted cupboards and wardrobes. The Suite contains a huge, hand carved Jacobean style king size four poster bed, chaise lounge and has an en-suite bathroom. Stunning views across the lawns and gardens through two window bays.
ROOM 4; STORMONT SUITE.
Named after the Earl of Mansfield’s eldest son, Lord Stormont, this room has uninterrupted views across the lawns and gardens.
The Suite contains a king size four poster bed and has large travertine tiled en-suite bathroom facilities. Capable, if required, of taking up to two extra beds by arrangement at additional charge.
ROOM 5; MURRAY SUITE.
The Earl of Mansfield’s private bedroom suite, this room boasts a huge medieval style king size four poster bed, once belonging to Elizabeth Taylor. There is also a chaise lounge and antique furniture, views of the castle and gardens and a very large travertine tiled en-suite bathroom with roll top bath and double walk in shower.
ROOM 6; THE MAIDS SNUG.
At the end of a private corridor, a twin bedded room with restricted views of the castle, with wainscote wood panelling. En-suite bathroom, with separate dressing area.
ROOM 7; SOLWAY SUITE.
Our largest honeymoon suite, the Solway Suite is a very large room with king size four poster bed, views across the entrance to the hotel on the second floor, featuring an antique Arts and Crafts oak suite. An en-suite bathroom is accessed by a private corridor - this split level travertine tiled bathroom contains large roll top bath in the centre of the room and double walk in shower. On a good day ..superb views of the Solway coast..across our private parkland.
ROOM 8; THE CRIFFEL SUITE.
The Criffel Suite is a double room on the second floor with king size four poster bed, views across the gardens and a private en-suite bathroom. This room is capable of acceprting up to two extra beds at additional charges.
The Suite is named after the stunning views of Dumfriesshire's highest point, Criffel, rising just under 2000 feet from the Solway.
ROOM 9; THE RUTHWELL SUITE.
The Ruthwell Suite is a large double room, on the second floor, containing a king size four poster bed and with a private en-suite travertine tiled bathroom. Named after the village of Ruthwell 2 miles distant, once part of the estate where the Rev. Duncan founded the worlds first savings bank. This room is capable of accepting an extra bed at additional charge.
The Suite also enjoys views across the gardens.
ROOM 10; THE CAERLAVEROCK SUITE.
The Caerlaverock Suite is a large room with hand carved mahogany Jacobean style king size four poster bed and an Edwardian bedroom suite of furniture, with chaise lounge. A small turret houses a dressing area, whilst two window areas give views of the Castle and across the Solway coast to Caerlaverock castle. Very large travertine lined en-suite bathroom with a large walk in shower and free standing bath.
ROOM 11; THE BUTLER'S SNUG.
At the end of a private corridor, the Butler's Snug is a twin bedded room with restricted views of the castle, with wainscote wood panelling.
The Snug has an en-suite bathroom, with separate dressing area.
ROOM 12; THE GUEST SNUG.
The Guest Snug is our largest twin room, with restricted views of the castle and en-suite bathroom.
This room is the only twin room on the mezzanine floor and as such is the best room for elderly guests.
ROOM 13; THE COCKPOOL SUITE.
The Cockpool Suite is a large wood panelled room with views of the drive. The Suite contains a king size four poster bed and an en-suite dressing room leads to a bathroom with a large bath and hand painted furniture. Named after the original wooden castle of Cockpool, destroyed prior to the building of Comlongon in the early 1400`s.
ROOM 14; THE MOUSWALD SUITE.
The Mouswald Suite (pronounced “musseled”) is named after the ancient settlement of Mouswald, four miles west of Comlongon, where the family of Sir Simon Carruthers originated, (the builder of the castle). A family suite containing a four poster bed and two twin beds, in one room. En-suite bathroom, with bath and integral shower. Views to the drive. Perfect for families.
A stunning new Honeymoon Lodge converted from the original 19th century stable block that redefines luxury in the region with two bathrooms; one with a large cloverleaf bath, the second with a walk in enclosed shower decorated with bespoke handcrafted tiles by Jason Shackleton, Grandson of the Antartic explorer Ernest Shakleton. The bedroom has a huge bespoke seven foot wide bed, two work stations to allow several briesmaids to prepare for your wedding at the same time, with underfloor heating throughout, private walled garden with water feature and limited edition statues by Lucianne Lassalle..collected by Madonna..just some of the features in this stunning development.