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Portpatrick Hotel, Portpatrick

Hotel Summary

  • Standing in a commanding position, high on the Galloway Cliffs offering some of the most spectacular views in Britain
  • The hotel offers a comfortable lounge and adjacent bar as well a spacious and elegant dining room
  • Below the hotel lies a pretty fishing village with whitewashed cottages, a picturesque coastal setting
  • Outside the hotel there is a pitch and putt golf course
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About Portpatrick Hotel

Portpatrick is a small fishing village set in a peaceful and unspoilt corner of Southern Scotland. The Portpatrick Hotel is the perfect base from which to explore this delightful area.

The Portpatrick Hotel is a spectacular property standing on Galloway’s clifftops in nine acres of grounds, overlooking the village and its secluded harbour.

The area is a haven for lovers of sports and the outdoors, with its own nine-hole golf course. The renowned Portpatrick Dunskey Golf Course is a 5 minute walk from the hotel and you can enjoy discounted green fees, tuition and club hire. You’ll also find a variety of wonderful opportunities for birdwatching and fishing. From the hotel you can enjoy day trips to nearby Stranraer, magnificent historical sites and gardens, or even a trip by ferry to Northern Ireland. Further details of a selection of attractions in Portpatrick and the local area can be found in the Local Attractions section of our website.

The hotel houses all of the amenities and facilities you would expect from a Coast and Country venue. In addition, our staff will offer you a warm, friendly welcome, and ensure that your stay is as relaxing and memorable as possible.

Portpatrick Hotel
Heugh Road
Portpatrick
Dumfries and Galloway
Scotland
DG9 8TQ

Tel: 01776 810 333

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Room Type Details

Portpatrick Hotel Premier Room

Often our most luxurious room option. Most premier rooms have four-poster beds and spacious en suite bathrooms that have been beautifully re-fitted to accommodate both bath and shower options. These large rooms will normally offer a comfortable seating area, 32 inch flat screen digital television, hairdryer and the facilities to make a hot beverage.

  • En-Suite bath, shower and WC
  • Luxurious four-poster bed
  • 32" digital flat screen TV
  • Large rooms with comfortable seating
  • The above image represents a typical Superior room at our hotel

Portpatrick Hotel Superior Room

Our Superior rooms typically have luxurious beds, 26 inch flat screen digital television, and a spacious en-suite bathroom with shower over bath. These Superior rooms also have the facilities to make a hot beverage.

  • Flat screen TV
  • En-suite bath, shower and WC
  • Large rooms with comfortable seating
  • Hair dryer and shaving point
  • The above image represents a typical Superior room at our hotel

Portpatrick Hotel Standard Room

Our Standard Rooms are charming and have everything you would expect from a modern hotel - private facilities, a TV and everything you need to make yourself a hot beverage.

  • En-suite and WC
  • Telephone
  • Colour TV
  • Tea and coffee making facilities

Facilities

  • Night porter
  • Patio Area
  • Pitch and Putt golf course
  • Internet Access
  • The Hotel has a car park

Local Attractions

Places To Visit

  • Logan Botanic Gardens
  • Mull of Galloway
  • Glen Trool Forest Park
  • Belfast (Giant's Causeway, City Tour)
  • Burns Cottage
  • Glenluce Abbey
  • Newton Stewart Museum
  • Culzean Castle
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R Cullum

Northants

31 August 2014

Hotel

Food good staff friendly beds uncomfortable, no entertainments trips out poor, not elderly friendly, extra cost to get to the town and back, great sunshine and a good driver rescued the holiday.


Irene Booth

Crewe

7 April 2014

Wonderful Hotel

This was my third visit to this beautiful part of Scotland. If you want peace and quiet with very little to do except watch the sea then this is the place for you. The hotel has fantastic views and is clean and comfortable. I had a single room with a sea view and my only complaint is that it did not have a shower. The food was excellent with very good choices. The staff are extremely helpful and friendly and make you feel at home. A fantastic holiday and am looking forward to my next visit.


Jennifer

Bradford

21 July 2013

Beware sea view rooms

Second visit to this hotel. Great location, good food, very helpful staff. Sea views rooms not idea for tall people hence requested no sea view when booking, still got one though. The window would not open in this very small room and in warm weather it's no joke. Full marks to Melvin who quickly sorted this for us nothing was too much trouble. The pitch and putt is a great. Lovely walk down to village with plenty of seats to rest and take in the views. I'm sure we will be back again but no sea view room.


Edward Evans

Bolton

3 June 2013

Good Hotel with a view

Just spent 4 nights at this hotel. The hotel was spotless in cleanliness in all areas. The restaurant was bright and airy, the food was brilliant, with a choice of various dishes at each meal. The bar was clean and had fantastic views over the bay. The bedroom was clean, and again fantastic views overlooking the sea. The hotel staff could not do enough for you, they were polite at all times and made my stay at this hotel, very relaxing. Well done to all.


Ruth and Dave

Isle of Man

5 April 2013

Wow what a place

The staff are great, friendly and helpful. The public area and rooms were always clean and tidy, and you couldn’t as for better food. The hotel was situated in a good place with views over the Sea. The mountains in Ireland with the snow on them looked great. The drive down to the Mull was interesting as this was the only place where we could see our home the Isle of Man. It made a change looking the other way Scotland ~ IOM. Well done Port Patrick Hotel staff, we will be seeing you again soon.  


Stewart Mac Donald

Cirencester

9 November 2012

5 Star Scottish Hospitality

Just spent the weekend at the Hotel, to celebrate my Dads 80th Birthday, with family and friends. From the moment I checked in, to checking out, the staff were first class and always a smile upon their face. The views from the rooms are truly breathtaking and would take some beating. The Food was a wonderful surprise, fresh, tasty, creative and well served throughout the stay and faultless, given that with such coaching named operating Hotels, the food can be less so. Scottish hospitality at its best!!


Bob and Olive

Leeds

9 November 2012

Fantastic

After a long drive we arrived to find a disabled spot next to the door after booking in we found our room was opposite the lift door as we had requested to have as little walking as possible the sea view and the view over the harbour were out of this world and I spent hours looking out of the window meals were served at the table by very conscientious staff and drinks could be brought to us as well. The entertainment was excellent on the two nights advertised.


Vivien Thompson

Durham

22 July 2012

Peace and Quiet

A lovely relaxing time. Staff were efficient and friendly, bedrooms and public areas clean and tidy at all times. I enjoyed all the meals and the booking system for evening meal worked well. Fantastic views of the harbour and village and with a lean to the right there was Northern Ireland to the right and the Isle of Man straight in front. A short downhill walk to the harbour. Midges were just making themselves apparent on the walk down the cliff path. I will be returning.


William and Valerie Duvall

Cheshire

27 June 2011

Peace and Quiet

If this is what you’re looking for, look no further, this is the place. Request sea-view room, and you will not be disappointed. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay from start to finish. Room was well appointed, comfortable, clean, en suite excellent. All staff polite, courteous, and friendly. Restaurant, well organised, menu very good, something for everyone. We look forward to our next visit


Kenneth Yale

Wilsden, West Yorkshire

27 June 2011

A hotel with a view

All of the staff were friendly and helpful. This hotel has a most magnificent scenic view. A good centre for north and south Galloway coastal tours. The dining room was spacious and laid out with well separated tables. The breakfast menu offered an excellent selection of food. The dinner menu and food was 'average' - an additional menu selection was available at an extra charge. For those with mobility problems should check that their rooms are served by a lift. Recommended as a comfortable hotel.


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