Cass Travels

"While the architecture and eco-ness is very cool, the food for me, was an absolute highlight. While I found the idea of in-house staff and someone cooking and serving dinner a little bit odd the first night, I quickly adjusted ;). While none of the food was overly “Scottish ” the ingredients are sourced locally – much coming directly from the owners farm and garden, adding to their Eco-cred" Take a look at Cass Travels blog and read a great review of her stay at 3 Glens: Cass Travels Blog.


EU Today

"This splendid hideaway most certainly lives up to the owners´ rather apt motto,“Reduce, Re-use, Recycle and Recover.”
Read more of Martin Bank's tour of Dumfries and Galloway. EU Today website.


The Guardian

"An ultra-green new guesthouse in Scotland has our vegan eco-warrior shouting for joy, but there’s plenty to please style junkies and carnivores, too" Take a read through Dixe Wills great review of his stay at 3 Glens: The Guardian website.


2014 Scottish Hotel Awards

Three Glens has now been listed on Alistair Sawdays Special Places to Stay' website. We like to agree that we're 'More than a bed for the night'. View the full listing on the website here: Sawdays website.


2014 Scottish Hotel Awards

Three Glens was proud to be awarded the "Rising Star - Rural Escape Award" at the 2014 Scottish Hotel Awards in Edinburgh. You can find out more about the awards here: Scottish Hotel Awards 2014.


BBC logo

"Dumfries and Galloway farmhouse displays green credentials". BBC reporter Giancarlo Rinaldi visited Three Glens and did a fantastic report on our eco venture shortly after the project was completed. Read his article on the BBC website.


Inhabitat logo is a weblog devoted to the future of design, tracking the innovations in technology, practices and materials that are pushing architecture and home design towards a smarter and more sustainable future. Read their article about Three Glens and our range of energy efficiency measures.

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Three Glens got prime position in this article in the Telegraph about the increasing number of farmhouses that are adopting eco-measures as a way of reducing fuel bills. Read the article on the Telegraph website.