Cedar Lodge

Luxury 4-bedroom self-catering holiday house in Portpatrick (Sleeps 8)

Cedar LodgeSleeps 8

Immaculate self-catering holiday house in Portpatrick

Portpatrick Holiday House

Located right next door to the Portpatrick Dunskey Golf Course in the charming coastal village of Portpatrick, 4-star Cedar Lodge, our luxury Portpatrick holiday house, offers magnificent sea views across the Irish Sea.

Ideal for families, groups of friends and golfers, Cedar Lodge, our luxury Portpatrick holiday house, has four bedrooms, all with en suites, and sleeps 8 people. It is only a ten-minute walk from the seafront and the centre of Portpatrick in Dumfries and Galloway.


The luxury Portpatrick holiday house has been completely refurbished from top to toe. Inside, our Portpatrick holiday house has a large open plan kitchen, sitting and dining room with a wall of French doors, which open onto a large deck, which offers amazing sea views. In the spacious sitting room area, there’s a corner sofa and armchairs around the electric wood burner and a 40″ smart television.

The kitchen is well equipped with a double oven, dishwasher, gas hob, fridge-freezer and washing machine. There’s a large table in the dining area, which seats eight comfortably and a couple of bar stools for chatting up the chef when they are preparing supper!

This luxury Portpatrick holiday house has four bedrooms, three of which can either be super king-size doubles or twins – depending on your requirements – and all have en suite shower rooms. The fourth bedroom has a full-sized bunk bed and an en suite bathroom. As with all our cottages, the beds have thick feather filled duvets and pillows, crisp white linen and large fluffy bath sheets and hand towels for each guest.

Colours throughout this luxury Portpatrick holiday house are calming and it is furnished with an eclectic mix of modern and traditional furniture. Outside Cedar Lodge has a large timber deck with garden furniture – you’ll find it’s a wonderful spot to enjoy a drink and take in the view.

Cedar Lodge holiday house has a private garden, possibly not entirely dog proof though, and car parking space for three cars.

Portpatrick village

Portpatrick in Dumfries and Galloway is a charming and pretty small fishing port, with a lovely sandy beach and harbour as the focal point of the village. There are a good number of restaurants, cafes and pubs in the village and along the waterfront, including Dine at the Dunskey Guest House, which is right next door to Cedar Lodge; the Crown, which has a good reputation for good pub grub; the Waterfront; the Fernhill; Portpatrick Golf Club and the Port Pantry. There’s a well-stocked village shop and post office, in addition to a bakers and a number of gift shops. A farmers’ market, packed full of wonderful local produce, is held in the village hall once a month. The village also has a putting green, a wonderful wooden children’s play park and tennis courts.


Cedar Lodge, our luxury Portpatrick holiday house, is right next door to the Portpatrick Dunskey golf course, so it’s ideally located if you are playing a round or two of golf in south west Scotland. The Club has two courses – the Dunskey, which is an 18-hole, 5913-yard Par 70 course and provides a good challenge for golfers of different standards, while the Dinvin, a 9 hole, Par 3 course is well suited to families. If you do take your eye of the ball, both courses have the most amazing views across to the Isle of Man, the Mountains of Mourne in Ireland and the Mull of Kintyre. Visitors are made very welcome.


As well as Portpatrick, there are other good golf courses nearby – Stranraer Golf Club, Wigtownshire Golf Course and St Medan Golf Course near Port William. To round off a golf trip to the south west in style, the championship course at Turnberry is only an hour’s drive up the coast.

Coastal walks

Portpatrick sits at the gateway to the Southern Upland Way. From our luxury Portpatrick holiday house you can join the route on the cliffs above the harbour and walk along the coast, enjoying beautiful views over the sea to Ireland and passing various sandy beaches including Laird’s Bay and Killantringan.


The Portpatrick area really is spoilt for sandy beaches. There’s the beach at the harbour – which is perfect for picnics, paddling and small children armed with buckets and spades. If you want to take a picnic and explore just outside Portpatrick, a short walk along the cliffs will bring you to Laird’s Bay also known as Sandeel Bay. It’s a wonderfully sheltered cove with a large sandy beach, waterfall and cave.


Overlooked by a magnificent Robert Stevenson lighthouse, Killantringan Bay is a short drive outside Portpatrick. Make sure you work out when low tide is as if you hit the right spot, you have a massive expanse of sand to enjoy, plus a cave and a little stream – ideal for children who love to create dams.

Slightly further afield at Sandhead, there is another huge sandy bay. As with all beaches in Wigtownshire you’ll only find a handful of other families there too – so you’ll almost have the beach to yourself. The best thing about Sandhead is in the summer, when the tide comes in, the sand warms up the sea, so swimming is a distinct possibility.


The Portpatrick holiday house is equipped with Wi-Fi, a DeLonghi bean to cup coffee machine, a smart television, a Freeview Box, a DVD player, a Roberts Revival Bluetooth digital radio, a selection of board games and books.

The beds come with super thick, feather-filled duvets and pillows, all linen and large fluffy towels.

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At A Glance

  • 8

  • 4

  • 4

  • 2

  • 1

Portpatrick, Wigtownshire.

£25 per dog per week, £20 per short break.

Arrival / departure:
Typical arrival day: Friday during high season.
Arrival time: 5pm
Departure time: 10am

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