Portpatrick is a pretty harbour village full of charm, situated on the south-west coast of Scotland.
With numerous stunning views of the rugged and spectacular coastline, Portpatrick has become a popular destination for those seeking a relaxing break away from it all.
The Rhins of Galloway coastline, both north and south of Portpatrick, boasts a number of secluded bays and beaches while the area benefits from the Gulf Stream passing nearby. This ensures a mild climate where sub-tropical plants and trees flourish as witnessed by the Logan Royal Botanical Gardens just a few miles from The Attic.
Portpatrick is at the western end of the 212-mile long Southern Upland Way which runs from the village across the South of Scotland to Cockburnspath on the east coast.
The crescent-shaped harbour’s sandy ‘beach’ is accessible and popular with families in the summer months.
Find The Attic Portpatrick on the Visit Stranraer and The Rhins website and see some other great places of interest to visit and things to do on your trip to The Rhins of Galloway.