Torrs Warren Country House Hotel is in the small village of Stoneykirk in the Rhins region of Wigtownshire, part of Dumfries & Galloway in South West Scotland.
From Stranraer follow the A716 Stranraer to Drummore road for 5 miles into the village of Stoneykirk. Take the first left, just past the shop, and drive 400 yards through the village to the T-junction at the end, where you will see the two white pillars of the hotel entrance straight ahead.
The hotel is just 3 miles from Loch Ryan ferry port and the Belfast - Cairnryan (StenaLina) and Larne - Cairnryan (P&O Ferries) ferry terminals.
Choose from up to 6 sailings per day to/from Belfast - Cairnryan on the Stena Superfast ferries. You can find timetable information, ticket pricing and online booking on the StenaLine website at:
Choose from up to 7 sailings per day to/from Larne - Cairnryan with the fastest crossing to Scotland. Timetable information, ticket pricing and online booking is available on the P&O Ferries website at:
There is a regular train service from Glasgow, Kilmarnock, Ayr, Girvan and Barrhill to Stranraer which is just 3 miles from the hotel.
You'll find train timetable information, prices and ticket booking on the ScotRail website:
You'll also find tickets and timetable information online at the Trainline website:
The hotel is well connected for bus/coach routes with regular services to/from Portpatrick or Stranraer and the Rhins.
You can view bus timetable information online at the Dumfries & Galloway Council website: www.dumgal.gov.uk
Get live bus information and plan your route online directly on the Stagecoach website: www.stagecoachbus.com
You'll also find really useful information, including a route planner, online at Traveline Scotland:
Following a complete refurbishment throughout the property, Torrs Warren Hotel has eight tastefully furnished rooms and two spacious suites, both with their own entrances.
The Torrs Warren Country House Hotel, is an ideal base to explore all the sites and activities available in this area,with many varied gardens, golf courses and costal footpaths. There is something for everyone.