Bed and Breakfast Wigtownshire - B & B, Guest House and Hotels in Wigtownshire

Recent Wigtownshire B&B Registrations

harbour guesthouse, stranraer, wigtownshire - harbour guesthouse overlooks lochryan with a seven minute drive to ferry terminals at cairnryan for ireland train station is only a...
The Merchants House, Cairnryan, Wigtownshire - We are a small, friendly, family-run guesthouse with licensed restaurant and bar, situated in the village of Cairnryan less than a mile...
Rickwood House, Portpatrick, Wigtownshire - Rickwood House is a family run hotel-sytyle guest house in the picturesque S W Scotland coastal village of Portpatrick. We offer modern...
Rowallan Guest House, Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire - Set in it's own impressive gardens, Rowallan offers the ideal base for cycling,fishing,golf,walking,bird watching or simply to enjoy the...
Balyett Bed and Breakfast, Stranraer, Wigtownshire - With free parking, free Wi-Fi and spectacular views overlooking the shores of Lochryan, this unique 4-star Victorian bed and breakfast...

County Description

Find the best places to stay in Wigtownshire County using our thorough B&B directory

In the beautiful Scottish countryside within easy reach of the sea is the picturesque county of Wigtownshire. There are many things to do in this lovely county from enjoying a round of golf to taking in quaint the shops, to visiting historical sites. There is a diverse array of Wigtownshire accommodation, from luxury hotels in Wigtownshire’s world class golf courses to cozy seaside bed and breakfasts near Wigtownshire’s rugged coast. Whatever accommodation or activity you chose to partake in whilst visiting this charming county we’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay.

Stay in a Wigtownshire Cottage by the golf course and enjoy as many rounds as you can handle

If golf is your sport of choice then a Wigtownshire B&B near one of the many fantastic golf courses may be the perfect place for you. There are many world class golf courses in Wigtownshire County. However one of the most popular golf holiday destinations in the UK is the Wigtownshire County Golf Club, located just outside the village of Glenluce. This eighteen hold marvel is located on the shores of Luce Bay which makes for spectacular views. There are some excellent luxury hotels near Wigtownshire Golf Course that offer excellent access to the greens as well as excellent access to the bay (for those who enjoy water sport). If you time your Wigtownshire hotel stay just right you may be in town for one of the many open events or competitions that take place at the golf course. There are competitions for both ladies and gentlemen and in most cases anyone can compete for a nominal fee.

Try one of the many B&B seahouses Wigtownshire has to offer and enjoy the sand

If you prefer the gentle sounds of the sea to playing a round of golf you may want to consider booking a seaside bed and breakfast in Wigtownshire. Sandhead is a gorgeous white sand beach in Wigtownshire County; it hugs the sea for more than a mile. The stunning blue water of Sandhead is great for bathing, water sport, and an excellent location for fisherman looking to sample to local produce. There are many stunning seaside hotels in Wigtownshire that offer uncompromising access to the beaches of Sandhead. Most of these hotels are still just a short distance from world class golf, just in case you grow tired of water sport, or have a traveling companion who is interested in playing a few rounds. A Wigtownshire seaside B&B may be the perfect compromise for traveling companions with different interests.

Choose a Wigtownshire Bed & Breakfast near the nature reserve to enjoy the natural splendor of the coutny

The RSPB Scotland Mull of Galloway nature reserve is one of the finest nature reserves in Scotland. A Wigtownshire hotel near the Galloway nature reserve would certainly make for an entertaining and educational holiday. At the reserve you can observe a large amount of butterfly and seabird species in their natural habitat; you’ll also have great access to view marine animals as well. From June through October the reserve offers fascinating guided nature walks where experienced guides will educate you on many of the plants and animals that call the reserve home. There is also a week in August that is entirely devoted to marine animals, the most popular being porpoises. If you would like to book a Wigtownshire cottage near the RSPB Scotland Mull of Galloway nature reserve the best place to look is in the nearby town of Stranraer. This town will also supply you with a great base to tour the historical places (included the castles) in the area.

A quiet Wigtownshire Cottage in Dumfries & Galloway may be the perfect romantic retreat

The cities of Dumfries and Galloway nare filled with rugged coast line, scenic lochs, and lush forest. This scenery makes an excellent backdrop for a honeymoon or even reaffirming the bond of a marriage that has withstood the test of time. Wigtownshire bed and breakfasts in the cities of Dumfries and Galloway offer uncompromising access to all the sites the beautiful Scottish countryside has to offer. Imagine walking hand in hand down a white sand beach, or taking a long walk through the forest to enjoy a quiet picnic in the countryside. A romantic Wigtownshire hotel in Dumfries or Galloway is the perfect base for a memorable couple’s retreat. Many couples even choose to get married at one of Wigtownshire’s beautiful country cottages. This could be a great opportunity for a wedding and romantic honeymoon all rolled into one.

Whether you decide to stay at a luxury Wigtownshire hotel near a high class golf course, or select a quiet cottage on the beach you’re sure to have a lovely stay in this charming county. Our Wigtownshire B&B guide is here to help you find the best accommodation for your upcoming trip. We do our best to provide you with listings for the highest quality hotels, bed and breakfasts, and cottages Wigtownshire has to offer. We hope you have a lovely holiday.

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