Fernhill Hotel provides a wonderfully restful, coastal location from which to explore Dumfries & Galloway and become better acquainted with south-west Scotland. Accommodation at Fernhill ranges from cosy classic rooms to sea view rooms with their own balconies with most having fantastic views over the pretty village of Portpatrick and across the Irish Sea.
A table with a view… The restaurant at Fernhill has stunning views out over Portpatrick harbour and towards the Irish Sea and boasts. During the day is the perfect time to watch the boats sail into the harbour and in the evenings during dinner, the lights over the village and harbour are breath taking.
Fernhill Hotel is justly proud of its restaurant, and you can enjoy it from a hearty breakfast to a delicious meal in the evening – chefs prepare all the food using the best Scottish produce and create an evening menu that changes daily. Enjoy a drink in the cosy bar, enjoying your pre dinner canapes while you choose your meal for that evening.
Sunday lunch offer great value and for those with a sweet tooth, afternoon tea is always a tempting idea!
Fernhill Hotel offers excellent central base from which to enjoy Stay & Play golf packages on many superb local courses and is in fact only a 100 yards from Portpatrick (Dunskey) golf course.
Stay & Play Packages can be for one night, two nights, or more if you prefer and are available on Bed & Breakfast or Dinner, Bed & Breakfast terms. All Stay & Play golf packages include one round of golf per person per night with a choice of tee times at Creachmore (Stranraer), Dunskey (Portpatrick), Wigtownshire County (Glenluce) and sister hotel, Cally Golf Course at Cally Palace Hotel, Gatehouse of Fleet.
There's lots to do in and around Portpatrick. Stroll around the picture postcard village and visit the local craft shops or simply watch the boats in the harbour. Have a round of golf just across the road at Dunskey Golf Club, or at Creachmore in Stranraer.
Walk a few miles north along the headland on the Southern Upland Way and admire the lighthouse and the beach at Kilantringan - there's even a shipwreck to see. Or head south to visit the cliff top ruins of Dunskey Castle. Nearby, there are beautiful gardens to explore at Logan, Dunskey House, Castle Kennedy and Glenwhan.