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Stranraer is a busy ferry port in the west of the region. Stranraer and nearby Cairnryan are home to StenaLine and P&O ferries which operate regular ferries to and from Ireland. The town is situated at one end of the Southern Upland Way, a walk which covers  212 miles through southern Scotland, beginning at Portpatrick. The town has many leisure activities, including the Ryan Centre, with fun pool, gym and theatre among it's many features. Various beaches are also easily accessible from Stranraer.

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The Blue Peter Hotel
Kirkcolm village hotel, accommodation b&b or full board by loch Ryan, Stranraer, close to the N. Irealnd ferry terminal
Fernhill Hotel
Situated in Portpatrick, Dumfries and Galloway, backdrop to '2000 acres of Skye'.
North West Castle Hotel
Exclusive Hotel in Stranrear incorporsting luxury, leisure, curling rink and weekend breaks.
Kelvin House Hotel
We offer quality accommodation and we have built up an excellent reputation for food - and are also noted for our real ales and selection of malt whiskies.Built circa 1770, the hotel was a fine house of the village. An unimposing frontage gives way on entry to, a comfortable bar, a residents lounge with a roaring log fire - through to the 50 seat restaurant, situated in what would have been the lounge of this typical Scottish house.
Dunskey Golf Hotel
We have a choice of eight letting rooms with TV's and complimentary tea and coffee facilities. There are family rooms available and the ultimate golfers room, which overlooks the clubhouse and has it's own staircase to the hotel car park and the closest point between the Hotel and the Golf Course.
Rickwood House Hotel
Site which describes our 3star guest house, namely Rickwood House Hotel, Portpatrick
Kenmuir Arms Hotel
Keith & Sue Smith and Family welcome you to discover the delights of south west Scotland from the relaxing comfort of The Kenmuir Arms Hotel in the quiet village of New Luce. The Hotel is a free house with the accommodation consisting of 4 letting bedrooms, 3 of which have en suite facilities.

Guest Houses/Bed and Breakfasts

Lakeview Guest House
Seafront location,5 min from Stena Train and Bus Stations,6 Bedrooms En Suite facilities. Parking.

Self Catering

Braeside Cottage
Braeside cottage is a lovely two bedroom self catering accommodation approximately 3 miles from Stranraer. Fully double glazed with oil central heating, parking to the front of the property and a garden to the rear. Ideally situated for golfing, fishing, walking and enjoying the variety of sights South West Scotland has to offer.

Harbour Row
4 star holiday cottages in Drummore, Scotland's most southerly village. Spectacular views over Luce Bay, which is only yards from the cottages. Handy for many local attractions including the Mull of Galloway and local gardens.
Drumlochart Caravan Park
Drumlochart is a Family owned and run park situated in a area of outstanding natural beauty. Only 5 miles from the port of Stranraer and 8 miles from the fishing village of Portpatrick, set in 22 acres of mixed woodland with clearings edged with Rhododendron hedges giving privacy and shelter.

Stranraer Golf Club
Welcome to Stranraer Golf Club, the last course designed by the highly esteemed James Braid.Situated in South West Scotland on the shores of Loch Ryan, the 6308 yard parkland course is set on gently undulating ground. It affords exceptional views over the loch to Ailsa Craig, the Isle of Arran and beyond.
Logan Fish Pond
An historic and unique tidal pool created in a natural geological feature. Logan Fish Pond is a fully restored Victorian Fish Larder in a unique setting. A tidal pool created by a blow hole which formed some time during the last Ice Age.
Portpatrick Golf Club
Situated in South West Scotland overlooking the North Channel to Ireland, the area enjoys a temperate climate due to the Gulf Stream and Golf is playable all year round. The Club is renowned for its friendly welcome to visitors.
Castle Kennedy Horsed Driving Trials
Horse driving in the early 1900's was at it's peak. In just about 30 years the internal combustion engine had overtaken the horse and horse driving only survived by the efforts of a few enthusiasts determined to see that the old skills did not die.