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Find a holiday cottage with a view in pretty Portpatrick
Situated on the picturesque Dumfries and Galloway coastline in southern Scotland, Portpatrick is a peaceful and quiet resort, with quaint cottages for visitors and lots of stunning sea views.
This area of Scotland has lots of beautiful gardens, thanks to its warm and wet climate, and many are open to visitors. The walled gardens at the Dunskey Estate, just north of Portpatrick, have been recently restored and are perfect for an afternoon stroll.
Glenwhan Gardens, a few miles inland, is a more recent creation. Just as impressive, the garden has been created from an area that a few decades ago was nothing more than bog and gorse bushes. Logan Botanic Gardens in Port Logan is a more planned out space, with glasshouses featuring exotic plants from all over the world.
Explore Portpatrick's charm
Visitors to the area should make sure they start their holiday with a pleasant stroll around the pretty village of Portpatrick itself, or take a longer hike up the ruins of Dunskey Castle perched high on the clifftops.
Further afield, in the larger town of Stranraer, is the Stranraer Museum featuring exhibits relating to the farming and fishing histories of this region, as well as telling the story of the area's famous polar explorers; John and James Clark Ross.
Feel the beat with festivals in Portpatrick
Portpatrick Folk Festival is held every September, and features live music performances in pubs, cafes and other venues throughout the village. If the weather allows, some bands even play outdoor concerts to entertain locals and visitors alike.
Portpatrick is only a short drive to Wigtown, which is now the site of one of Scotland's largest book festivals, held every autumn. World-famous authors often appear at the event to read or speak about their works, and you can always browse the town's many book shops if you want to make some purchases.
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