Portpatrick & The Mull Of Galloway Experience
4 Day Coach Holiday
Portpatrick nestles on a rugged coast on the western shore of the Rhins of Galloway peninsula. This old-world fishing village features a quaint harbour, sandy beach, traditional whitewashed cottages and pastel painted houses. You’ll have a free day to explore this unspoiled corner of southern Scotland where you’ll find a sprinkling of independent shops and eateries. If you’re feeling energetic, a stroll along the clifftop takes you to the dramatic ruins of sixteenth century Dunskey Castle, perched on a craggy outcrop, overhanging the Irish Sea. We venture out to the exciting and award-winning Mull of Galloway Experience on Scotland’s most southerly point.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Coach Holidays (UK Mainlands)
- Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
- Coach travel throughout
- Excursions as stated
Your ExcursionMull of Galloway Experience
This award-winning attraction is located at Scotland’s most southerly lighthouse - the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse. Standing ninety-nine metres above sea level, its light was first switched on in 1830 and remains operational today. Here we get an insight into life as a lighthouse keeper. View the artefacts at the Exhibition of Lighthouse History, set in the former engine room, experience the vintage engines and foghorn and wander around the RSPB Scotland nature reserve. Perhaps make the optional climb of the 115 steps to the top of the lighthouse where you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views of Scotland, Ireland, Isle of Man and Cumbria. Otherwise, enjoy a cuppa in Scotland’s most southerly café.
Collect 250 Coach Miles
COACH MILES is our fantastic reward scheme, allowing you to save money the more you travel with us. On this holiday you can collect 250 coach miles.Back to top
Portpatrick Hotel - Portpatrick
This sprawling property stands in nine acres of grounds, in an elevated position giving spectacular views of the pretty village and the Galloway Cliffs. It has its own garden with a pitch and putt course. Inside you’ll find spacious and comfortably furnished public areasBack to top