B and Bs in Cairnryan

Cairnryan House
Main Street
Dumfries and Galloway


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Situated directly across from the shore of Loch Ryan, Cairnryan House Bed and Breakfast Guest House offers quality accommodation with uninterrupted views across the loch to Wig Bay and Corsewall Point. We are just 500 metres from the Cairnryan ferry terminal and a five minute drive from the neighbouring Stranraer terminal. P&O ferry sailings from Cairnryan offer the shortest crossing to Northern Ireland.

Within a short drive of Cairnryan are a number of beautiful gardens protected by the warm gulf stream that frequents the area, forest walks and nature reserves. A Royal Society for the Protection of Birds member we are just five minutes walk to the bird watching area at Cairn Point frequented by many seeking a view of the King Eider and other rare seabirds.

A period property, Cairnryan House was built around 1901. Formerly the local Manse, the house retains many of its original features, most notably the staircase, cornicing and stonework. There is off-road parking for up to ten vehicles and guests are welcome to sit in our front garden, or relax by the fire in our restaurant that serves drinks, lunches and afternoon teas whilst watching the ferries go by our window.

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Number of Rooms: 5
Number Ensuite: 5

Price per Person

Double: From 25
Twin: From 25
Single: From 35
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