Cross Haven Guest House
Cross Haven is a beautiful Victorian villa situated in its own private garden. It was formerly used as a convent and retains many unusual and interesting features. In spite of being close to all the local amenities it has retained a peaceful and quiet atmosphere.
This Scottish Tourist Board 3 Star family-run guest house is ideally suited for couples exploring the local area, or for travellers to Ireland, and is conveniently situated for the Stranraer ferry terminal and rail services. Cairnryan ferry services are located about 10 minutes away by car. Ryan Leisure Centre with swimming pool and a whole host of other facilities is located directly opposite Cross Haven. Stranraer town centre with a variety of pubs and restaurants is only a few minutes stroll away.
We offer a warm welcome and good quality bed and breakfast accommodation. We pride ourselves in offering a high quality cooked breakfast and do our best to cater for guests with special dietary requirements.
Recently renovated spacious twin and double en suite rooms feature a flat screen freeview TV, DVD player, alarm clock radio, hair dryer and a well stocked hospitality tray. A ground floor room is available which may be suitable for guests with mobility difficulties. There is a large, free car park to the rear of the property, accessed only via a lane at the side of the house. If garage parking is required this may be available on request.
The Mull Of Galloway is the setting for the BBC series Two Thousand Acres Of Sky. It is Scotland's most southerly point and on a clear day Ireland, The Isle of Man and Cumbria are all visible. Portpatrick marks the beginning of The Southern Upland Way and there are many pleasant local walks and beaches in the surrounding area. There are 4 local golf courses within a 10 mile radius, and there are many local gardens including Logan Botanical Gardens.
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This page was last updated: 19 June 2010