Clashwhannon Caravan Park and Public House
Clashwhannon public house is ideally situated along the Mull of Galloway Trail. During the spring and summer months we are open daily giving you the opportunity to stop and use our toilet facilities with no obligation. Should you like to rest for a while, refreshments are available in our bar and on our outside decking area. Choose from Teas/Coffees to real ales or an extensive selection of malt whisky. Should you feel hungry we also offer an extensive menu.
At Clashwhannon you will always receive a friendly warm welcome from Martin, Louise.
Website Telephone: 01776-840632 Distance from the Trail: On trail
Tigh na Mara Restaurant
Our restaurant is locally renowned as one of the finest places in this area to enjoy a cosy, mouth-watering meal. After extensive refurbishment, the restaurant exudes a warm and welcoming ambience, complemented by stylish, tasteful décor and furnishings.
The restaurant serves a selection of freshly prepared dishes, overseen by our Head Chef, Jim Clelland and his team. We utilise an abundance of fresh, local produce such as succulent Scottish beef, and fresh seafood from the West Coast. Traditional favourites are always on offer and we are confident that we can cater for any palette.
Website Telephone: 01776-830210 Distance from the Trail: 80m
Henrys Bay House Restaurant
Nestled in the West Coast town of Stranraer overlooking the picturesque Loch Ryan where you can watch the ferries going to and from Northern Ireland and Cairnryan Post.
Henry's Bay House Restaurant boasts the finest sun terrace for alfresco dining and views to be inspired by.
The menu features locally sourced fish and meat prepared and cooked freshly to order by local chef/restauranteur John Henry.
The comfortable and stylish restaurant and bar are managed by his wife Jane and her team of attentive, welcoming staff.
Website Telephone: 01776-707388 Distance from Trail: on Trail
The Custom House
Just over the road from the tourist information office, The Custom House is proud of the hospitality it shows to everyone, whether it's the many locals who call in for a meal at the same time each week or the newcomers passing through on their holidays. The emphasis is on good food, good service and good conversation, not to mention, on Friday and Saturday nights, good partying, as the resident DJ adds to the lively atmosphere. On certain nights through the year, The Custom House programmes live entertainment as well as charity events in aid of The Fire Fighters Charity and Macmillan Cancer Support.
Website Telephone: 01776-889727 Distance from Trail: 50m
Gallie Craig Coffee House
We designed and built our award-winning environmentally sensitive building. Below its famous turf roof we provide a wide selection of delicious home baking and home-made meals and snacks. As well as a renowned and friendly restaurant that can accommodate over 90 people, we are a visitor attraction in our own right, not only because of the unique building, but also because of the spectacular views which extend to Ireland, the Isle of Man, Wales and the Lake District coast on a clear day!
Amongst our facilities we have a gift shop, terraced patio and disabled parking, access and facilities.
Website Telephone: 01776-840558 Distance from Trail: on Trail