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We had wanted to visit Portpatrick for a while and we weren't disappointed. The hotel is in a wonderful position and our room (Buchanan) had a massive picture window with a big comfy sofa to enjoy the view out to sea.....the view from the bath...More
Stopped here for lunch because of the view, discovered a beautiful hotel, pub, and restaurant. We had a great lunch of mussels in a lovely cream sauce. I had the haggis tower. This was an appetizer. The haggis was delicious, over potato scones and a...More
Had long since given up on the Mount Stewart in terms of food and service and staying here.But on a recent visit to Portpatrick was told that it had undergone a transformation.,so decided to give it a go.
What a change in the place pleasant...More
On hearing so many good reports about The Mount Stewart decided to give it a try for Sunday lunch, surroundings are absolutely stunning really jaw dropping,
The dinning room over looking the harbour and irish sea,what a beautiful setting.
We ordered from a extensive menu,the...More
We were a couple touring Scotland on motorcycle. This was our first time in Portpatrick which itself is lovely and the Mount Stewart was the icing on the cake. A huge room with breathtaking views. Luxury bathroom as well ! The breakfast was excellent in...More
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US$129 - US$162 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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is the hotel suitable for people with limited mobility.
17 February 2017|
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Response from Steve M | Reviewed this property |
I suppose it depends on how limited is your mobility. The hotel is all stairs. It is also at the top of a steep rise from the harbour below. As far as I know there are no rooms on the ground floor, which is given over to a... More
I suppose it depends on how limited is your mobility. The hotel is all stairs. It is also at the top of a steep rise from the harbour below. As far as I know there are no rooms on the ground floor, which is given over to a bar and the restaurant. When we stayed there, we were in the room at the very top of the house. Nice view, but quite a climb with suitcases. On the whole, unless you are confident with stairs, I would advise you to find another hotel, probably with ground floor accommodation or a lift. I am not sure that you will find such a place in Portpatrick, but I don't, of course, know them all.
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"Did not stay but the brochure showed gorgeously decorated rooms, would love to come back and stay."