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Welcome to Surrone House

Address: Annan Road, Gretna, DG16 5DL

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Situated in the town of Gretna, the Surrone House boasts free Wi-Fi, free private parking, and an à la carte restaurant. The spacious and modern accommodation is within 500 metres of Gretna’s register office. The rooms offer a flat-screen Freeview TV, a radio alarm clock, and tea and coffee making facilities. The private bathrooms boast complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer. Ironing supplies are available upon request. In the mornings, the Surrone House serves full Scottish breakfast, which is freshly prepared using locally sourced produce where possible. The evening à la carte menu is served in the dining room, along with an extensive wine list. Famous for its runaway weddings, the village of Gretna Green is just 10 minutes’ walk from the town of Gretna. Gretna Green features the famous Blacksmiths Shop, which is home to The Courtship Maze. Set within well maintained gardens, the Surrone is just 11 minutes’ walk Gretna Green Railway Station.

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Carlisle Castle - Cumbria - Castle

Carlisle Castle - Cumbria - Castle

Distance 8.25 miles (13.19 km)
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Carlisle College - Carlisle - University

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Distance 8.7 miles (13.92 km)
Carlisle College is transforming its estate into a 21st Century facility, with the first phase of this exciting rebuild now open.

We're going places so that more people can benefit from local first class learning facilities and get the experience, job or career that they want.

Carlisle College offers an extensive range of higher and further education, professional qualifications and community programmes, from access courses to HND's and qualifications from professions such as accounting, management and others specific to industry.