Farmers InnMain Street
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A 300 year old village inn run personally by the proprietors. It is a real village pub with a good atmosphere and service. The building has a small bar and lounge with a separate games room that also houses the village Post Office.
It is the Local CAMRA Dumfriesshire Area Pub of the Year 2019.
The bar has a cosy feel about it which is enhanced by a nice warming stove in winter. The inn is close to the Savings Bank Museum at Ruthwell. Robert Burns visited this inn during his ill-fated attempt to recuperate at nearby Brow Well in July 1796. There is a regular bus service to Annan or Dumfries. Winter opening times may vary.