Every two weeks starting this Sunday
NEW SUNDAY CARVERY EVERY TWO WEEKS
STARTING 15TH SEPTEMBER
ALL YOU CAN EAT
Homemade Soup & Crusty Bread
Pate, Seasonal salad, Chutney & Crusty Bread
Roasted Carrots & Parsnips
Chocolate Fudge Cake
The Harbour House Hotel, and Angelsea Apartments recently under new management, having been transformed into a light bright hotel , with multiple bars, an a la carte restaurant serving fresh seafood , a new coffee lounge , large comfortable rooms, music at weekends, a lovely garden, ample free parking around the hotel, as well as a large bright bar-in the beautiful seaside resort of Portpatrick.
Portpatrick is a lovely quaint village on the West coast of the South of Scotland, with its own pretty harbour, a range of shops and restaurants , with easy free parking , and a lovely promenade ., close to all the gardens, beaches, and castles in the area ,with views across the Irish Sea to Northern Ireland.
Comfortable accommodation is offered in Nine en-suite bedrooms, with baths or showers or both, all with TV and coffee ,tea and refreshments, or three large one and two bedroom apartments known as the Angelsea apartments that also have a kitchen and sitting room. .Check Availability
The Angelsea Apartments are 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartments that sit directly adjacent to the hotel, with their own entrance, and all the facilities of the hotel as well as a kitchen and a sitting room.
A fresh Scottish Breakfast cooked to order is served in our bright conservatory,with all day meals of lunch and dinner on the patio or terrace or cozy bar with fresh International or Scottish cuisine, carefully prepared and presented, using only local fresh ingredients complimented by an interesting wine and real beer list.We now also have a Seafood A la Carte restaurant on the Terrace with the best views in Portpatrick.
The Harbour House Hotel and Angelsea Apartments are in south west Scotland – close to the Dunskey, Logan, Ardwell and Castle Kennedy gardens , the many beaches and nature walks , and castles, as well as close to Stranraer , the ferry port at Cairnryan , and is right on the seafront in Portpatrick.