I've only just joined Trip Advisor so this review is exactly a year late. However I wanted to comment on our two stays at the Rhins of Galloway, if only to refute the malicious entry at the foot of the page.
We very much enjoyed our stays to and from our holiday in Ireland. At only a mile from the P&O ferry terminal I can't imagine bothering to look for anywhere else, should we return to the area.
From the outside you could be forgiven for thinking the Rhins is a well-kept village hall and it has certainly known a variety of uses. None could have been as sumptuous and comfortable as the present one. The furnishings and fittings of the rooms and public areas would put many a 4 star hotel to shame.
Paul's front-of-house skills and John's breakfasts leave nothing to be desired and there is close attention to every detail. The friendly attentive service left us completely satisfied, something that happens only rarely. We wish them every success.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Rhins of Galloway is perfectly located beside the A77 connecting Cairnryan and Stranraer, just 1 mile south of Cairnryan P&O ferry terminal and 2 miles south of the Stena Line Cairnryan ferry terminal. This special and unique historic building is set in lawned gardens overlooking Loch Ryan. The fact that neither a licensed bar nor evening meals are offered defines the building as a Guest House rather than a Hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Rhins Of Galloway Cairnryan, Scotland