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.
The Torrs Warren is set in its own lovely gardens, with scenic countryside views from every window, and a small park at the rear of the hotel, perfect for the children with easy access to a soft play area.
A local swimming pool, gym, shops, train station and museum are less than 4 miles away in Stranraer.
Sandhead has a really lovely long 7 mile beach just 1.2 miles from the hotel.
The Mull of Galloway,& Port Logan Fish Pond are also close within 15-30 mins , and is the most southerly point in Scotland .
Portpatrick is also very nearby with its quaint harbour and sea views, golf course, restaurant and coffe shops and up coast foot paths perfect for those who love exploring.
For garden lovers there are 6 Gardens around us from Dunskey to Glenwhan and Castle Kennedy.
Cairnryan is just a 20 minute drive from the hotel so perfect for those who fancy a boat trip.
Situated on an isthmus between two lochs, set in 75 acres with something for everyone to enjoy. From spectacular flowering plants and exotic trees, to beautiful scenery, sculptured landforms, lovely walks and popular bird hides, the Gardens are a hidden treasure in South West Scotland and a perfect base for relaxing and exploring.
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Dunskey Gardens is a true gardening wonderland with walled and woodland gardens, lochs and stunning Victorian glasshouses providing an ever changing palette of colour. Winter's end is signalled by a sea of snowdrops while spring explodes into life with flamboyant primulas and rhododendrons a feature.
The Mull of Galloway is as far South as you can go in Scotland, without falling off the 260ft cliffs! Scotland's most southerly point also boasts outstanding scenery and views to the Isle of Man, Northern Ireland and England as well as a Robert Stevenson Lighthouse established in 1830 and with 114 steps to the top of the tower.
These gardens are filled with seasonal blooms, exotic plants and rare species with gentle footpaths. They are described as one of the most beautiful gardens in Scotland, with stunning sea views across to the Isle of Man, Luce Bay, and the Mull of Galloway.
Scotland’s most exotic garden is famous for its botanical plants from South and Central America, Southern Africa and Australasia.
This Victorian woodland garden features champion trees, immaculate sweeping lawns, pathways that meander through shrubberies and a majestic monkey puzzle avenue. Logan House Garden bursts into colour during the spring and then becomes host to the ‘forty shades of green’ of the trees from all over the world.
Surrounding this private 18th century country estate house Ardwell Gardens is a naturally unspoilt and idyllic location, around 10 miles south of Stranraer with beautiful views over Luce Bay. The woods and the shrubberies offer a gentle contrast to the formal layout of the house and various walks allow visitors to enjoy the relaxing, unspoilt location.
Overlooking picture perfect views, the royal blue is one of the largest rooms in the hotel. It has a King-Sized bed, Double sofa bed with a traditional heritage en suite bathroom and separate shower. The perfect room for a romantic getaway.It really is a beautiful room.
Following a complete refurbishment throughout the property, Torrs Warren Hotel has eight tastefully furnished rooms and two spacious suites, both with their own entrances.