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Tigh Na Mara Hotel
Main Street
Stranraer
Dumfries and Galloway

DG9 9JF | View map

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Tigh na Mara Hotel boasts an enviable location, situated within a stone's throw of a beautiful stretch of unspoilt, sandy beach. This area features some of Scotland’s most spectacular coastline and, due to the influence of the Gulf Stream, enjoys a particularly mild climate. The hotel was acquired, in January 2003, by Ian and Dorothy Fisher, who extend a warm welcome to their “house by the sea”. Managed by their son, Neil, the hotel boasts a team of friendly, customer focused staff. The hotel offers seven en-suite rooms which have all been recently refurbished. For the comfort of our guests all rooms are non smoking and are maintained to a high standard. The hotel was recently inspected by Visit Scotland and was awarded a three-star inn status.Our restaurant focuses on making people welcome, comfortable and at ease. From our extensive menu you can choose a wide selection of dishes, created using finest local ingredients from the Scottish larder. Relax and enjoy an after dinner drink in our comfortable lounge area or venture to the public bar and enjoy a dram beside the roaring coal fire. During the warmer months our beer garden is popular and is situated at the back of the hotel.We look forward to welcoming you to the Tigh na Mara Hotel and we are confident that you will return time and time again to renew “auld acquaintances”.

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