Hungry Mr Fox?



Tuck in to a tasty Scottish breakfast or any variation of-  from our carefully prepared breakfast menu at Muiryhill House. A menu of locally sourced and homegrown goodies and quality teas and coffee - to get you out of the bed and skipping up the Lowther hills! 

And don't worry we won't drag you out of bed at the crack of dawn - breakfast is between 8.30 and 10.00 in the morning - but hey if you're a really early bird worm catcher then we can make breakfast earlier to suit.  

Home made bread and home grown veggies. Delicious! 

Your plates will be bouncing with eggs from down the lane, home made jams and chutney -  veggies from our ever expanding veggie patch and locally sourced dairy produce. The homemade bread is so good it should be a sin, but it's e-number free. 


Who wants bacon and sausage with Air Miles? 


We all know pigs can fly - but all our meat is sourced from the local butcher and is bred within the Dumfries and Galloway region

Feeling Fruity?


Choose from homemade granola, yoghurt, muesli, fresh fruit and a choice of fresh fruit juices.

Good honest food. No dishonest food allowed.


Candlelit one pot meals available upon request. Dishes to delight, such as - chilli - made with brisket, chicken and tarragon, cottage pie. £16 for a main, desert, tea and coffee.

No silly corkage fees. 


Bring your own alcohol - no silly corkage fees apply here. A wine fridge is available for guests to chill their wine in the residents dining room.  

Light supper Mr Fox? 


A sippy super supper tray is available by arrangement at the cost of £10.00 per head. Tasty homemade soup, sandwiches and homemade cake or biscuits.  


Eating out

We can recommend several places to eat out in the Thornhill area that are all within a short drive away from Muiryhill House

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