The Bladnoch Inn offers good food, accommodation and a place to relax and enjoy fine ales and our extensive range of spirits. We aim to make your stay at The Bladnoch as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.
We have four letting rooms, two of which are en-suite and all have a television, hairdryer and tea and coffee-making facilities. All our bedrooms are bright, fresh and comfortably furnished. Please let us know if you have any special requirements.
Contained by sea to the east, west and south, and the Galloway Hills to the north, Bladnoch and the Machars are becoming well known for the outstanding beauty and variety of its stunning natural landscape. The Bladnoch Inn is the perfect base from which to explore all that this stunning corner of south west Scotland has to offer.
This area offers stunning and varied scenery, perfect for a relaxing break away from it all. The area also offers a range of visitor attractions and activities from mountain biking, hillwalking and golf, to zorbing and tank driving!
Internet gratuit WiFi (sans fil)
Internet WiFi (sans fil)
Parking sur place
Parking à proximité
Aménagements pour les enfants
Menu pour enfants
Jeux de société
Activités et Experiences
Pêche à la mouche
Vélo de montagne
Shopping - Boutique
Conditions de vente
Départ tardif, sur demande
Conditions relatives aux enfants:
Règles pour les fumeurs:
Pas d'animaux svp
Conditions de Vente
Routeà partir de Newton Stewart(8,0 miles)
Bladnoch is approximately 30 miles from Stranraer, 50 miles from Dumfries and only 2 hours' drive from Glasgow or Carlisle or 3 hours from Edinburgh or Newcastle.
At the Newton Stewart roundabout, on the A75, turn off for Wigtown (A714), Scotland's National Book Town. Bladnoch is 1 mile south of Wigtown on the A714.
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