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Fernlea Guest House
Lewis Street
Dumfries and Galloway

DG9 7AQ | View map

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Close to Stranraer’s town centre and ferry port, this charming family-run bed and breakfast is housed in an attractive, stone-built Victorian property, boasting fine original woodwork and ceilings. With just 3 rooms, the Fernlea Guest House offers a warm welcome, a friendly atmosphere and attentive, individual service. Decorated to a high standard, the guest house boasts 3-stars from the Scottish Tourist Board.

All of the comfortable, charming rooms are en suite and have TVs, hospitality trays, hairdryers, fluffy white towels and crisp white sheets.
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout.
During your stay you can easily visit a number of local attractions, including Logan Botanical Gardens, the Southern Upland Way and Portlogan (home of the BBC TV series Two Thousand Acres of Sky). Also close to ferries to Ireland, you can enjoy a day trip to Belfast.
The hotel has a private car park and parking is available for guests free of charge.
All guests are given their own key and are free to come and go as they please, accessing the guest house at any time.

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