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B and Bs in Cairnryan

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Located in charming lawned gardens close to the A77, this hotel style guest house boasts views over Loch Ryan and is just 20 yards from an attractive shingle beach. The guest house is just 4 minutes' drive from Stranraer ferry terminal and a one minute drive from Cairnryan, making it ideally positioned for the Stena Line ferries to Belfast and the P&O ferries to Larne.

Offering a range of accommodation, the building has the scale and design of a hotel, but offers the prices and hospitality that define a quality guest house or B&B. Opened by the Duchess of Gloucester in 1943, the building itself has had a variety of uses, boasting a history that can make a place feel very special. Whilst the rooms are decorated with contemporary furniture, the corridors and other communal areas mix antiques with modern design.

,p>Breakfast is served from 07:30, overlooking the gardens, the loch and the docking ferries. For earlier departures, a tray is provided with juice, cereal and either croissants (with preserves) or bacon, egg and tomato baguettes (by prior arrangement only). Evening meals can be arranged with prior notice, alternatively a licensed restaurant is available approximately 3 km (2 miles) away. The entire building is strictly non-smoking.

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