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Private Car Park
On Site Golf
While staying at the Portpatrick Hotel enjoy views out over the edge of the Galloway Cliffs, modern accommodation and traditional cuisine. This coastal hotel in Galloway also benefits from it’s very own 9 hole golf course and tennis court.
Private Car Park
On Site Golf
Number of Bedrooms: 55
Parking Spaces: 60
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Portpatrick Hotel in Portpatrick enjoys an elevated position overlooking the small fishing village below with is classic white washed cottages and harbour. The nearby Killantringan Lighthouse is also another spectacular landmark that can been seen from the hotel. This three star hotel on the Galloway coast is an ideal base when looking to explore this peaceful and unspoiled corner of Southern Scotland. You can even cross the Irish Sea to Northern Ireland by ferry from the nearby Cairnryan Port on Loch Ryan. This area is a haven for sports lovers and outdoor types with a wide range of activities available nearby such as golf (at nearby Dunskey Golf Club), birdwatching, walking and fishing. The Portpatrick Hotel also benefits from its very own tennis court and 9 hole golf course within its nine acres of grounds.
Each of the 55 bedrooms at the Portpatrick Hotel offering you would expect for a comfortable stay including TV, tea and coffee making facilities, en-suite bathroom, a desk and free WiFi throughout. Upgrade your stay to a room with a view and enjoy the views over Galloway’s rugged coast. In addition to the above, the staff will offer you a warm, friendly welcome, and ensure that your stay is as relaxing and memorable as possible.
The bright and spacious restaurant at the Portapatrick Hotel looks out over towards the village and harbour. The menu offers a varied choice of traditional and modern cuisine. Relax in the cosy lounge bar with a drink or when the weather allows sit out on the patio area and soak up the fresh sea air.
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Each of the 55 bedrooms at the Portpatrick Hotel offering you would expect for a comfortable stay including TV, tea and coffee making facilities, en-suite bathroom, a desk and free WiFi throughout.
Upgrade your stay to a room with a view and enjoy the views over Galloway’s rugged coast.
Bar & Restaurant
The bright and spacious restaurant at the Portapatrick Hotel looks out over towards the village and harbour. The menu offers a varied choice of traditional and modern cuisine.
Relax in the cosy lounge bar with a drink or when the weather allows sit out on the patio area and soak up the fresh sea air.
Directions to the Portpatrick Hotel in Portpatrick
Located on the A77 8 miles south of Stranraer.
Hotel Notice Board
Dogs are welcome at the Portpatrick Hotel. £10 per dog per night supplement applies and will be added to your bill at the hotel.
Things to see and do while you are staying at the Portpatrick Hotel Portpatrick
Portpatrick is a picturesque harbour town and one of South West Scotland’s most popular and alluring holiday villages, with a sandy beach, restaurants, watersports, walking, climbing, cycling, golf and classic Scottish family attractions. You are also within easy reach of places such as Galloway Forest Park, Ayr, and even day trips to Belfast where you can visit the Titanic Centre, for example.
On the hotel's doorstep:
Portpatrick Dunskey Golf Club, 400 metres
The Dunskey 18-hole, and the Dinvin 9-hole courses are a mixure of rolling moorland and seaside heath 150 feet above sea level, with views of the Isle of Man, the Mull of Kintyre and the Mourne Mountains.
Portpatrick Harbour, 0.5 mile
Take a high-speed boat trip, sea-fishing cruise or sightseeing and nature-spotting trip. Or just sit and survey the scene from one of the restaurants and cafés. There’s a small, sandy beach here, and it’s a lovely starting point for one of the many walks, such as the 4-mile trek to the Killantringan Lighthouse.
Stranraer, 8 miles
The small town of Stranraer – a ferry port at the head of Loch Ryan - offers an array of nearby visitor attractions including Castle Kennedy Gardens, the Castle of St John, the Stranraer Millennium Centre as well as cafés, restaurants and shops and an annual Oyster Festival.
Stranraer Golf Club, 9 miles
A warm welcome is assured at this picturesque club, with 18-hole course, clubhouse and restaurant.
Lochinch Castle, 11 miles
A 19th century castle in the Scottish Baronial style, and Castle Kennedy Gardens have held heritage status since 1985. Day permits are available to fly-fish on the River Luce.
Logan Botanic Garden, 15 miles
Scotland’s most exotic walled garden and conservatory, with a spectacular array of half-hardy perennials enjoying the almost subtropical climate warmed by the Gulf Stream.
Cairnryan Ferries, 15 miles
Crossings to Larne and Belfast as well as more local trips to explore Loch Ryan.
RSPB Centre Mull of Galloway, 24 miles
A fantastic wetland site where you can spy guillemots, kittiwakes, peregrine falcons and puffins.