Located on the shores of Loch Ryan, a short distance from Stranraer Ryan Bay Holiday & Residential Park is ideally suited for exploring Dumfries and Galloway, the scenic west coast of Scotland and the picturesque villages of Portpatrick and Kirkcudbright. The nearby ferry terminals allow easy access to the many attractions in Northern Ireland a mere 20 miles away.
Ryan Bay Holiday & Residential Park is in a stunning loch-side location and boasts it's own clubhouse, laundry facilities and a children's outdoor play area.
This caravan park is perfect for enjoying the scenic beauty of the West Coast of Scotland. For all the outdoor lovers this peaceful family holiday park is an ideal base for walking or even a day trip to Ireland.
Castle Kennedy Gardens have been described as ‘one of the showpieces of Galloway’, it is one of Scotland's most important historical landscaped gardens with its collection of Rhododendrons, Championship Trees and rare species. The 75 acres of sculptured landscapes and magnificent avenues are romantically situated on an isthmus around the ruins of Castle Kennedy and surrounded by the White and Black Lochs.
Portpatrick Harbour is ideally situated for visiting boats to and from Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Clyde and Highland sailing grounds while offering good shelter facilities. The charming and unspoilt village of Portpatrick itself boasts great pubs and restaurants, a number of interesting shops, a museum, the nearby golf course of Portpatrick Dunskey and excellent coastal walks along the spectacular north Rhins coastline.
Agnew Park is a kid-friendly place with an island playground & mini-train, plus a boating lake, go-karts & a cafe.
One of the local areas most spectacular viewpoints, and best known lighthouses. On a clear day you can see Ireland, Ailsa Craig, Arran and further north. It is also a great spot to sit and watch the ferries travel from the mouth of Loch Ryan over towards Ireland. The Lighthouse is 26 metres high and was built in 1815 and is a great place for watching grey seals and gannets diving.