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We booked directly with the hotel. The room on the top floor had spectacular views and was very spacious. However, on our second night (a Saturday) there we booked to have dinner in the restaurant. The food was very poor, and we had to complain....More
I stayed at this hotel on 12th February into the 13th. It was a wee getaway to scenic Portpatirck with my wife for Valentines. Upon arrival I was told I had only booked for one person however the member of staff was helpful and quick...More
This was my first trip to Scotland, considering I live close to the border I don’t know why I’ve never been sooner. Myself and my partner were greeted by lovely welcoming staff and our room and views were simply amazing!! :D The whole stay was...More
Lovely restaurant, fantastic resident piano player, fabulous food. However, it took almost 40 minutes for our starter to arrive.Our side dishes were brought to the table a good few minutes after our mains. A large party at the next table waited around 45 minutes to...More
I recently stayed for one night and it was very good. On arrival I was met by the manager who showed me to my room which was the Macdonald room on 2nd floor. The room which was more like a suite was amazing with fantastic...More
I suppose it depends on how limited is your mobility. The hotel is all stairs. It is also at the top of a steep rise from the harbour below. As far as I know there are no rooms on the ground floor, which is given over to a... More
I suppose it depends on how limited is your mobility. The hotel is all stairs. It is also at the top of a steep rise from the harbour below. As far as I know there are no rooms on the ground floor, which is given over to a bar and the restaurant. When we stayed there, we were in the room at the very top of the house. Nice view, but quite a climb with suitcases. On the whole, unless you are confident with stairs, I would advise you to find another hotel, probably with ground floor accommodation or a lift. I am not sure that you will find such a place in Portpatrick, but I don't, of course, know them all.
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"Rooms with sea view may not offer a good night sleep due to loud wind noise"