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Portpatrick Apartments



The three Portpatrick Apartments are comfortable, well-equipped and furnished with style. Their elevated location means that they overlook Portpatrick’s harbour, and a flexible calendar enables you to book short breaks as well as longer holidays subject to seasonal availability. Whichever apartment you choose, you’ll find a fully fitted kitchen and space to enjoy your home-cooked meals. All apartments also have bath or shower rooms, and a living room with a TV and DVD player. Apartments are available in a variety of configurations, sleeping up to six guests.

Apartment One

Apartment One

A good-sized ground floor apartment that features a triple room and a twin room and so sleeps up to 5 people. The large living room boasts a TV with DVD player and is complemented by a compact dining area and kitchen. The bathroom features a shower over bath.

What do we think? - Our best value apartment benefits from the same great location as our other two apartments with more traditional furnishings. A large lounge with two comfy sofas and a flat screen TV is ideal for relaxing in comfort.


  • Located on the ground floor
  • Sleeps 5
  • Great value
  • Scenic Views from living area
Apartment Two

Apartment Two

A ground floor, two bedroom apartment with stunning sea views from both the bedrooms. The apartment boasts a new fully fitted kitchen including a microwave as well as a full oven. The small but modern bathroom includes a shower over bath and there is the benefit of your own private entrance.

What do we think? – Apartment 2 has been recently renovated and boasts a large living room/dining room. It is great for families as it features one double bedroom and one twin bedroom and also has a sofa bed that can sleep 2 further people if required.


  • Ground floor location
  • Sleeps up to 6 people with sofabed
  • Scenic Views from bedrooms
  • Fully fitted kitchen featuring full equipment, cutlery and crockery
Apartment Three

Apartment Three

A ground floor, three bedroom apartment with stunning sea views from all bedrooms. The apartment boasts a new fully fitted kitchen including a microwave as well as a full oven. The compact but modern living and dining area contains a large flat screen TV and there is the benefit of your own private entrance.

What do we think? – this apartment has been recently renovated and boasts a large modernised bathroom with shower over. It is great for small groups and families as it features one double bedroom and two single rooms with the benefit of a sofa bed that can sleep 2 further people if required.  


  • Ground floor location
  • Sleeps up to 6 people with sofabed
  • Scenic Sea Views from all bedrooms
  • Large modernised fully fitted bathroom with shower over bath

Local Attractions

In a beautiful part of Scotland, where you’ll find spectacular coastal viewpoints and challenging walking trails, many guests enjoy active holidays where they can play sports, fish and give their car a break. Yet, many of Scotland’s most remarkable historic buildings provide alternative things to do. Colourful gardens are considered by many to be the best attractions on offer, though families will find a whole host of child-friendly venues to ensure that the kids don’t get bored. It takes less than an hour to drive to the Galloway Forest Park, famed for its clear night skies, and a similar length of time to reach a selection of monumental Scottish castles.

Dunskey Estate
The Dunskey Estate is a peaceful place to while away a dry afternoon. Enjoy the on-site tea rooms, colourful walled gardens and woodland paths that line two lochs where you can stop for a spot of fishing. South West Scotland’s very first maze can be found within the grounds of the estate, and you might come across a deer, hedgehog, rabbit, pheasant or partridge. For souvenirs, buy a plant to take home as a reminder of your visit.

Culzean Castle
A 600-acre estate houses the majestic Culzean Castle, a visitor centre, restaurants, shops and gardens. The resident deer herd is a favourite attraction for young and old alike. Culzean Castle was referred to under the name Coif Castle in the 1400s, and is an extravagantly furnished building rich with antique furniture and expensive paintings. Willberry dolls and traditional toys are amongst the items that you can buy on-site, and the castle hosts many events ranging from craft fairs to art classes throughout the year.

Glenwhan Gardens
A haven for wildlife, the Glenwhan Gardens are full of colour and alive in every season. The gardens are relatively new, created over the last 20 years, with plants from all over the world. Covering twelve acres, they’re are also home to animals including the rare red squirrel. Well-maintained trails are ideal for tranquil walks, and the gardens have been decorated with sculptures and water features as well as well-placed seats. Once you’ve worked up an appetite exploring the garden, you’ll be able to stop for a snack at the tea room.

Castle Kennedy & Gardens
The mystical gardens of Castle Kennedy are rich in vibrant colour. Extensively landscaped, they cover more than 30 hectares and include a tea room, gift shop and plant centre to further enhance your visit. A full programme of events includes guided tours, treasure hunts and educational workshops.

Logan Botanic Garden
This large, sub-topical botanic garden occupies a lovely location on the South West tip of Scotland, where colourful flowers merge with a tranquil fish pond and quiet woodland trails. Visitors are welcomed throughout the summer months to enjoy the gardens, the bistro restaurant and the Botanics Shop selling gifts, crafts and plants. You can learn more about the garden, and the plants within it, at the Discovery Centre by the entrance.



Heugh Road,
Telephone: 0844 81 19 409

By Car

From the A75, heading west, take a slight left at the B7084. Follow signs for A716/B7084/Portpatrick/Stranraer/Drummore/A77. Take a slight left at the B7077, turning right at the A716/Market Slap. Take the first left on to the B7077, and the first left again to the A77(M)/Main St. Continue on, and take a slight right at Heugh Road. The Portpatrick Hotel, where you will collect your key, is on your left.

Car Parking

The Car park is located at the front of the hotel.

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By Train

The nearest railway station to Portpatrick is Stanraer Railway Station, this is a 20 minute drive.


This hotel is ideal for:

  • Leisure

Portpatrick Apartments

For self-catering holidays in Scotland, you’ll find few better destinations than the charming Portpatrick Apartments. Warm and homely, looking out over 9 acres of grounds, they occupy a spectacular cliff-top position above Portpatrick fishing village. The traditional village is set around the harbour, and all three apartments offer views of the water and the chance to watch the boats as villagers go about their days. A short stroll down into the village reveals a quaint selection of gift shops, friendly traditional pubs and a peaceful beach to enjoy.

Within the grounds of the Portpatrick Hotel, these three self-catering apartments have their own 9-hole pitch and putt golf course. Guests can also enjoy the Dunskey Golf Course, adjacent to the property. Tranquil surroundings ensure the opportunity to relax, and many holidaymakers choose to spend their time walking, fishing and making us of golf facilities.

As you’re staying in a self-catering property you’ll benefit from a ‘home from home’ experience, with your own kitchen and with ample space to unwind. Yet, within the grounds of the Portpatrick Hotel you’ll have use of all hotel facilities. After a long day enjoying walks from Portpatrick to attractions such as Dunskey Castle, you might prefer a prepared meal in the restaurant and an evening away from the cooker.



  • Fantastic location just a short walk downhill to the village of Portpatrick
  • Full use of the facilities available at The Portpatrick Hotel
  • Family friendly apartments sleeping up to 6 people
  • Use of Hotel Pitch and Putt golf course for a small fee
  • Unique setting with magnificent views
  • Car Parking

Get in touch

Photograph of Phil N, Hotel Manager of Portpatrick Apartments Hotel

Phil N, Hotel Manager

A Warm Welcome To Portpatrick Apartments…

We have a choice of 3 apartments all overlooking our beautiful village with views over the Irish Sea towards the Isle of Man and Ireland.

The village has a great choice of pubs and restaurants and is only a stroll away.

We have fantastic gardens in the area to visit as well as some quality golf courses.

Day trips to Ireland are also available. You could just take in Belfast on a city tour, go shopping, visit the Titanic Museum  or go further to Giants Causway which is flanked by the wild North Atlantic Ocean on one side and a landscape of dramatic cliffs on the other. For centuries the Giant’s Causeway has inspired artists, stirred scientific debate and captured the imagination of all who see it.

Whether you wish to be sporty or adventurous, The apartments are an ideal place to base yourself and explore the local area.


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What some of our guests have to say…

Customer Rating:

We have just returned for a stay at the fantastic time at Portpatrick Hotel Apartments. The apartment had everything we need for our self-catering holiday. We were fortunate enough to have superb weather while there. Sitting outside at our own table drinking wine and taking in the beautiful views was the highlight of our stay.

Frank Hafferson, Kilsyth
Customer Rating:

The newly refurbished apartment was a joy to stay in. It had fantastic views over the Irish Sea. The sea was so calm that the Isle Of Man was visible one day during our stay. I would recommend this beautiful village to anyone looking for a nice relaxing break.

Julie Harwood, Preston
Customer Rating:

I really enjoyed my stay at the Portpatrick Hotel Apartments and wouldn't hesitate to go back or recommend it to others, The cliff top location is fabulous, the staff are friendly, the hotel is clean and spacious.

Brenda Scott, Motherwell

The Portpatrick Apartments are available in week lets arriving Saturday. Prices are per apartment per week and include all Electricity / Gas. A midweek linen change. Dogs are welcome in all of the apartments at a charge of £6.50 per dog per night and by prior arrangement. The Portpatrick Apartments are also available for short stays. Prices are per apartment per night, minimum stay two nights.


7 Night Holidays
Prices per apartment arriving on a Monday/Friday/Saturday
  Short Breaks (minimum 2 nights)
Prices per apartment per night
  Two or Three Bedroom Apartments
Prices from
  Two or Three Bedroom Apartments
Prices per apartment per night
5 January - 1 March £420   £90
2 March - 29th March £455   £90
30 March - 28 June £600   £100
29 June - 31 October £730   £115
1 September - 1 November £600   £100
2 November - 18 December £420   £90
Christmas -   £115
New Year -   £115