Knockquhassen Farm B&B is just 2.5 miles from Stranraer, and 6 miles from Cairnryan, the ferry port for Northern Ireland. We are situated in the hills to the west of Stranraer, close to Knockquhassen Reservoir, on the Southern Upland Way.
At Knockquhassen Farm you will find peaceful seclusion, stunning panoramic views, good food and a very warm welcome! We have 2 rooms available for guests, one upstairs and one downstairs, both with ensuite showers.
Although no longer a working farm, Knockquhassen Farm is home to our animals (cats, horses and hens) and is surrounded by farmland. We welcome well-behaved dogs (with their owners!) and have flexible accommodation to suit most needs. They can have access the gardens surrounding the house and there are numerous lovely walks direct from the house, or within a short drive.
£75 per room, per night, based on 2 people sharing. Please see accommodation page or booking link for details.
Discount for bookings of 4 or more nights (when booked direct via website/facebook page). Dogs stay for free!
From A75: head towards Stranraer. After Castle Kennedy and just before 30mph limit for Stranraer take left onto Commerce Road.
From A77: head towards Stranraer, turn left onto A751 (A75) Dumfries, then at next junction turn right onto A75 towards Stranraer, follow road and just before 30mph limit for Stranraer take left onto Commerce Road.
At next roundabout (A77 Stoneykirk Road) turn right, past Lidl on left, over next roundabout then first left into Belmont Road (not marked). Continue approx. 1/2m through houses. Immediately after sharp left hand bend turn right, signposted to Portpatrick (sometimes referred to as the Old Military Road or Old Port Road). On reaching brow of hill where road levels out take 1st right after Cottfield House (signposted to B&B). Follow road round sharp left hand bend (past No Through Road sign) and down a steep hill. Continue uphill for about 1 mile passing several farms. DO NOT turn off this lane! If you are using satnav it may tell you to turn right at Meikle Mark or Newfield but ignore this and keep straight on. Continue uphill past Little Mark Farm. The road now becomes narrow and twisty; please drive with care as you may meet vehicles or walkers (the lane is part of the Southern Upland Way). Continue downhill crossing a small burn then the road twists uphill for a further 1/4m until you see the house on your right across the valley. The road becomes a stony track for the last 500 yards, please drive carefully. At the junction in the track before a metal gate turn right into Knockquhassen Farm and continue straight down the drive. Knockquhassen Farm is the house straight ahead of you; please drive in, parking is available in front of the house.