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The hotel was convenient for my overnight stay as next to the service station. Had no problems and happy that I had no problems.
Good location above Portpatrick with a short walk into town. Staff were friendly and the breakfasts good. The room was clean enough but could definitely do with a good end of season deeper clean and some redecorating / refurbishing, particularly in the bathroom.
We had a fantastic stay here after we got married at the Old Blacksmiths. The steaks were perfect and the meal generally delicious. Overall, very pleased and would stay again.
Greeted at car by Fiona. Rooms are beautifully decorated. Our room had Jacuzzi tub with romantic floor lighting, separate rain shower, slipper, robes, tea pot with bottled water, tea, coffee and biscuits and 2 chairs at bay window overlooking the ocean. The breakfast was wonderful. Can't say enough ...
Scotland’s southern most region of Dumfries and Galloway is home to such a stunning mix of natural scenic beauty, historical sites, and quaint towns and villages featuring markets, pubs, and hotels. Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast who enjoys mountain biking through the woods and trekking along the beaches and cliffs of the coast, or are looking to explore the wealthy mix of architectural and literary sites, this unique region has something to offer that is bound to capture your interest and imagination.
The family-friendly hotels of Dumfries and Galloway are the perfect place for any group to base their exploration from, and can easily booked using the Expedia search tool.
From the comfort of your hotel make your way to the Galloway Red Kite Trail to discover the eponymous rare bird, or head to Galloway Forest Park where you can romp through the largest wooded park in the country. If you’re after something more historical, consider a visit to the Robert Burns Centre, which features original manuscripts and the desk of Scotland’s most famous poet, or the Glenluce Abbey in Stranraer.
Be sure to book your visit now to experience all the beauty of this historic region of Scotland.