Kirkcolm, Stranraer, Scotland
Historic lighthouse overlooking some of Scotland’s most spectacular coastline
A-listed Corsewall Lighthouse was built in 1815 by renowned Scottish civil engineer Robert Stevenson, grandfather of Treasure Island author Robert Louis Stevenson.
Set in 20 acres of stunning coastal scenery and with its own ruined Iron Age fort, Dunskirkloch, on-site, it is perched on the northern coast of the Rhinns of Galloway, near Stranraer.
Guests can choose from several individually-designed rooms and suites, many with views out to sea.
Accommodation is located in the old lighthouse keeper's residence and the converted outbuilding, providing a mix of rooms and larger self-catering suites.
Corsewall Lighthouse Hotel is ideal for special occasions and family gatherings' with multiple communal areas inside and out. You can enjoy each other’s company whilst taking advantage of the unique location and excellent catering and facilities.
The on-site restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and a five-course dinner. The restaurant uses the best of Galloway's produce and has an extensive wine list and range of single malt whiskies from Scotland’s finest distilleries.
Coffee and snacks are served during the day in the lounge or conservatory' where you can relax while admiring the stunning views of the Ayrshire Coast, Ailsa Craig and the Isle of Arran.
Some of Scotland's most spectacular coastline is found nearby.
During the day you can explore local walks and look out for some of the local wildlife, including deer, seals, dolphins, sea birds and, if you're lucky, a sea otter.
Sea fishing is recommended from the rocky shoreline or by boat from Portpatrick. Golfers can enjoy a day’s play at Stranraer Golf Club or Dunskey Golf Club at Portpatrick. A day-return visit to Belfast by Stena Line is available from Cairnryan.
|2021||Per room, per night|
|Ballantrae Suite||from £230|
|Lighthouse Suite||from £220|
|North Channel Suite||from £220|
|Mull of Kintyre Room||from £210|
|Firth of Cromarty Room||from £210|
|Galloway Room||from £180|
|Dunskirkloch Room||from £180|
|Fulmar Room||from £160|
|Ailsa Room||from £160|
Prices are based on 2 guests sharing a room and include a 5-course table d'hôte dinner and full Scottish breakfast, with smoked salmon, every day.
Luxury suites are all independent of the main lighthouse building.
Please note that children under 5 stay free, and children between the ages of 5 and 12 are charged at half the adult rate when sharing their parents' bedroom.