Balkissock Lodge B&B
Choose from either a double ensuite or a twin ensuite. Both are located on the ground floor and have flatscreen TVs with Freesat and a generous hostess tray. Relax in the lounge which is available for guests to use during the day and evening where you will find a range of reading materials, OS maps and free wifi. The rooms have all been recently redecorated.
Breakfast is leisurely and, where possible, uses locally sourced/produced ingredients. Enjoy cereal, yoghurt, fresh fruit or fruit juice whilst your order is being cooked to order. End your breakfast with more tea or coffee and toast and enjoy a range of homemade preserves or join the long list of guests who have enjoyed the lemon curd so much that they've taken the recipe home with them! Vegetarian and other specific dietary options are available but please advise at time of booking.
Further details, photographs and any discounts and promotions can be found on our website.
If you're just passing through, Balkissock Lodge B&B is located 25 mins from the P&O and Stenaline ferry ports at Cairnryan (Stranraer) with daily sailings to Belfast and Larne in Northern Ireland. An early breakfast can be arranged for those catching an early sailing (please advise at time of booking).
The area surrounding the property enjoys wonderful views towards Alisa Craig, the Isle of Arran and the Mull of Kintyre.
Golf lovers will find excellent courses at Trump Turnberry and Troon but guests also enjoy a round at Girvan, Stranraer and many other less-expensive courses in the region.
Perhaps you'd prefer river fishing on the local river Stinchar, walking the Ayrshire Coastal Path or cycling in the nearby Galloway Forest (Seven Stanes) or a whole host of visitor attractions such as Culzean Castle, Castle Kennedy Gardens or the Logan Botanic Gardens.
A day trip could take you to the Mull of Galloway, Scotland's most southerly point or Dumfries House, a recently restored property enjoying the patronage of HRH The Prince Charles.
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This page was last updated: 28 April 2016