Historic South West Scotland coastal village and popular tourist destination
Prominent corner position close to Portpatrick harbour and promenade
Established hotel business with 12 letting bedrooms
Welcoming public bar and 40 cover dining room
Strong local reputation with turnover in excess of £350,000 p.a
Offers of £500,000 are invited
The historic coastal village of Portpatrick in the Wigtownshire region of Dumfries and Galloway, is widely considered to be one of the most picturesque harbour villages on the west coast of Scotland with
views across the North Channel towards Northern Ireland and to the Mountains of Mourne. The idyllic setting, superb views and abundance of local attractions including popular walks (Portpatrick being the starting point for the Southern Upland
Way), water sports, six local golf courses, distilleries and other local attractions make Portpatrick a popular holiday and short break destination throughout the
Portpatrick is located approximately 8
miles south west of Stranraer, 95 miles
south west of Glasgow via the A/M77 and 80 miles west of Dumfries via the A75. The village is accessed via the A77 road route from Stranraer and Cairnryan ferry terminal, which offers regular crossings to Northern Ireland, is only a short drive away.
The property occupies a prominent corner position at the junction of Main Street with Hill Street, a short walk away from Portpatrick harbour and promenade.