Review on Corsewall Lighthouse Hotel

Built onto the side of a working nineteenth-century lighthouse at the end of a single-track road, this unusual hotel affords superlative views of the Kintyre Peninsula, the Firth of Clyde and Ailsa Craig. The lighthouse itself is a Grade A-listed building set in 20 acres of grounds, and visitors are welcome to view the scene from its galleries.

The restaurant is a cosy room with a dark-blue lighthouse motif carpet, lace-topped tables, a blazing open fire and a flotilla of model ships on display. Menus change daily, but you might cast off with local Marrbury smoked duck breast with orange, honey and mustard dressing before baked fillet of Shetland salmon with Pernod and tarragon cream or roast loin of Galloway lamb with Cajun spices, couscous and raspberry vinaigrette. Lemon and mango cheesecake is a typical dessert. Wines are supplied by Whighams of Ayr.

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Cuisine

Modern Scottish

Chef

Andrew Downie

Restaurant Opening Times

Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm
Dinner: 7.00 - 9.00pm

Accepted credit cards

Visa, Master Card, American Express

Online Booking Availability for Corsewall Lighthouse Hotel

Facilities at Corsewall Lighthouse Hotel

  • Disabled access
  • Private parties
  • Vegetarian menu
  • 28 covers
  • Family Friendly

Accomodation

Accomodation is available, (10 rooms)

Parking

Private parking is possible at a location nearby

Address

Corsewall Lighthouse Hotel
Corsewall Point
Kirkcolm
Stranraer
Dumfries and Galloway
DG9 0QG

Customer Ratings on Corsewall Lighthouse Hotel

5  / 5

Based on 1 review

Guest reviews are written by our customers.

Food
10   
Service
10   
Ambience
10   
Location
10   
Value for money
10   

Customer reviews

  • avatar
    Habitue
    September 2019

    3 people found this review helpful
    frequent visitor

    For a unique and 'edge of the world' experience, Corsewall Lighthouse Hotel must be hard to beat, both for a culinary or residential visit. The approach to the hotel holds a 'surprise' appearance of the lighthouse, the descent to the hotel creates a keen anticipation, and departure, a sense of regret. The food, it's presentation and delivery are magical. The ambience is embracing. The sunsets can be stunningly beautiful. The only drawback is that a short section of the drive can be a bit bumpy. After my fourth extended stay at the hotel, I will be back.

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