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Rhins of Galloway offers high-quality accommodations in a garden setting overlooking Loch Ryan. It is located between the ports of Stranraer and Cairnryan, and offers free on-site parking. Superb breakfast - plenty of choice, quality products and well cooked.
This 4 Star Visit Scotland bed and breakfast is a 2-minute drive from ferry ports with crossings to Belfast, Larne and Cairnryan. Free parking and complimentary Wi-Fi is available at this property. Pat made us feel right at home as soon as we met her. The local pub was closed for meals due to the COVID-19 issues but she was able to direct us to the next closest pub for a great diner. The room and bathroom were very clean and she left us some fruit and coffee to have the next morning prior to catching the first ferry. Parking was free on the premises and it was only a five-minute drive to the ferry terminal.
Featuring a bar as well as a terrace, Cairnryan Heights t-a Brae Holiday Homes is located in Cairnryan, within 3.6 miles of Innermessan and 5 miles of Castle Kennedy. Very comfortable stay. We arrived on a very rainy evening and the fireplace kept us cozy, warm and relaxed.
Featuring a terrace, Corsewall Arms Guest House is located in Stranraer in the Dumfries and Galloway region, 1.2 miles from Kirkcolm and 4.3 miles from Leswalt. very comfortable beds. the room is clean with modern facilities and was nicely decorated. They are able to accommodate a vegan diet for breakfast.
Featuring a bar as well as a terrace, 47 Lochview is located in Stranraer, within 1.9 miles of Kirkcolm and 2.3 miles of Leswalt. The caravan was spotless and beautiful inside. There was a large fridge which allowed us to have cold drinks and to store some food. It was spacious and the kitchen and bathroom were brilliant.
Our stay was very good. Hosts were helpful and friendly. Room was excellent,it’s our personal choice that we don’t care for black bedding. The room was immaculately clean,shower good. His and her sinks which we liked very much. Rooms were spacious light and comfortable.
The location is great, especially for access to the ferry ports. We visited Logan Botanic Gardens, Glenwhan Gardens and Castle Kennedy which are all within a short drive from Cairnryan. We had a lovely meal at Henry's Bay House restaurant in Stranraer. Also had a nice snack from Subway in Stranraer and delicious soup with home made bread at Glenwhan Gardens. Would avoid trying to find somewhere to eat in Stranraer town as there are few restaurants that looked appealing.
It was where we caught the ferry to Ireland and if ever going again I would definitely use Cairnryan. We used a restaurant by the name of Henry’s Bay 10 mins away and it was very nice would recommend they did a teatime special that was excellent value for money and the staff were very attentive. The route to Ayr from Cairmryan has a beautiful coast way and well worth a drive to. There were some breathtaking views.
Cairnryan sits on the side of Loch Ryan and is therefore one sided. The village is 10-15 minutes from Stranraer which has plenty of pubs, cafes and restaurants. As a touring base or a stopover for the ferry Cairnryan is ideal but if you want nightlife that’s out. We ate in Henry’s Bay House Restaurant which is very good. As for activities for young couples my wife and I are 73 and 70 years young so no advice on that. On the other side of the loch there are quite a few nice beaches within a 12 mile drive but take a picnic. As stated above touring is ideal. Portpatrick and the Mull of Galloway are well worth a visit in fine weather, as are Castle Kennedy and Logan gardens. The picture is taken from Cairnryan Bed and Breakfast.
The whole experience was made easy by the friendliness of all. The only problem I had was it was too short. I would have liked to have been able to stay for a few days. But was unable to do so because of the nature of my travel reason.
lovely little place to stay great location for the ferry to ireland we only went for day trip so left our car at property,very clean ,breakfast was fab rooms great with a lovely view of the sea ,owners were great couldnt do enough for you ,lovely little bar with a roaring fire when we got back great chat with them over a couple of drinks . Would definatly stay again
Roger collected us from ferry port to the location. provided us with pint of milk for coffee and tea.
Breakfast was excellent, hotel and room very clean, lovely friendly staff.
very convenient to Stena ferry to Belfast. very friendly, helpful host