No 4 Portpatrick lies in a pretty seaside town on the western Coast of the Rhins of Galloway
Portpatrick is a peaceful holiday destination in Dumfries and Galloway, South West Scotland. Once a key port for transport to and from Northern Ireland, it is now a popular coastal resort and still an ideal stop-over for those travelling on to Northern Ireland from Cairnryan, near Stranraer. The village is set around a small bay with cliffs forming a stunning backdrop. Pastel coloured houses cluster around a picturesque harbour looking out to the Irish coastline. Number 4 Portpatrick B&B is set just off the harbour on a quiet terrace overlooking the putting green with easy access to local pubs and restaurants. Stay overnight en-route to the ferry for Northern Ireland . . . . or linger a little longer to explore the stunning coastline of this beautiful and often overlooked area of Scotland.
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