Dumfries Hotel Set to Shut Down To Public Amid Unconfirmed Reports of a Change in Operations

Recent reports suggest that Mercure at Cargenholm House, one of Dumfries’s newest hotels, is potentially set to close to the public.

While these reports remain unconfirmed, individuals attempting to book accommodation at the hotel for later periods have allegedly been informed about the potential closure.

Earlier this year, the hotel underwent an extensive £3 million refurbishment, transforming the historic Cargenholm House into a modern and inviting hospitality venue. Boasting over 60 bedrooms, the hotel offered a comfortable and enjoyable experience for its guests.

Additionally, with plans to employ up to 35 staff members, it had played a significant role in contributing to the local economy.

The details surrounding the potential closure remain uncertain, and the hotel’s official website is currently offline. Furthermore, a search for bookings on external platforms, such as Booking.com, reportedly returns a message stating, “This property has no availability on our site,” indicating that future reservations may be affected.