North West Castle Hotel

North West Castle Hotel

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Dumfries and Galloway boasts some of the best golf courses in Scotland, and Stranraer is a great base to take advantage of our great golfing offers.

Our special golf offers include dinner, bed & breakfast, use of the leisure facilities and one round of golf per night stayed on a choice of Stranraer, Portpatrick, Glenluce or the Cally course. 

A warm welcome awaits you at North West Castle hotel in Stranraer, one of the best known four star hotels in Dumfries and Galloway on the south-west coast of Scotland.

The hotel is conveniently-located near to the ferry port of Cairnryan, the main ferry port between Scotland and Ireland, and many rooms boast wonderful views over the harbour and Loch Ryan beyond.

Stranraer is an excellent base for exploring the local area, and the hotel offers spacious and comfortable accommodation, including 72 ensuite bedrooms, two restaurants, leisure facilities and an indoor curling rink. 

As the first hotel in the world to have its own indoor curling rink, our Stranraer hotel attracts visitors from all over the world! The hotel also has a pool and gym. 

For conferences both large and small, our meeting venues in Scotland provide flexible accommodation in Stranraer to suit your requirements. 

An ideal base for golf in Dumfries and Galloway, North West Castle offers generous three star accommodation in the heart of Stranraer overlooking the harbour.

All of our accommodation is both comfortable and well equipped. Famous for its warm welcome, guest return to the Castle year after year.

The Residents Lounge commands views of the whole length of Loch Ryan, and in the original windows little apertures on hinges can still be found, through which a telescope could be inserted, giving a clear view of the shipping on the loch.

The Ross Bar is a relaxing and convivial place to enjoy a pre-dinner drink as you study the evening’s menu. This fascinating room, built as a facsimile of Sir John Ross’s cabin on the Victory, was originally used by him to demonstrate polar navigation to his guests. 

The hotel has a pool and mini gym.