Laurie Arms Hotel11-13 Main Street
Haugh of Urr
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A welcoming family-run pub on the main street of this charming, quiet village in the scenic valley of the River Urr. It has a good village-pub atmosphere, enhanced on cold winter nights by the warming log fire in the bar.
The pub is an important part of the local community and has a small number of events including a monthly Luncheon Club. Milk and newspapers are sold on a daily basis and the pub is used as a Post Office on Wednesday and Thursday mornings. A former local CAMRA award winner.
Winter changing beers may only be 2
The pub is on the bus route between Dumfries, Dalbeattie and Castle Douglas. There is a regular service during the day, less frequent in the evening and very limited on Sunday. Natlonal Cycle Route Seven is 50 metres from the pub. The pub closes for a week in early January