Visitor Info

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We recommend that visitors reserve a table at the Steam Packet prior to arrival, as it can get busy especially at weekends, dogs are accepted in the bar area and the conservatory.

The post office and shop is a great resource for milk, papers and cards etc, next door the cafe in the hall serves freshly cooked breakfasts and more but both are open limited hours. Nearby Whithorn has a Costcutter and a few nice cafe's including the visitor centre cafe. Larger supermarkets are at Newton Stewart.

Isle of Whithorn, with it's pretty harbour, is the site of the ruins of St. Ninian's Chapel, walk from the harbour passed the memorial to The Solway Harvester, the Tower and pretty coves to the chapel.

Find out more about the history of the village here Wikipedia

The Steam Packet Inn - 01988 500334
An award-winning inn which has year-round popularity for its restaurant and meals based on the best of local produce, including fish and seafood straight from the quayside.
steampacketinn@btconnect.com
Harbour Row Isle of Whithorn, DG8 8LL

Saint Ninian’s Tearoom - T: 01988 501197
Isle of Whithorn, DG8 8LH

Isle of Whithorn Post Office & Shop - T: 01988 500814
St Ninians Terrace, Isle of Whithorn, Newton Stewart DG8 8LHu
Facebook - Isle of Whithon - whats going on etc

Nearby

Costcutter (about 3 miles away) not open late
65 St Johns Street
Whithorn
DG8 8PD

The Harbour Inn (about 5 miles away) - T: 01988 600685
18 South Cres, Garlieston, Newton Stewart DG8 8BQ
the-harbour-inn.co.uk

Petrol

Make sure you have enough petrol before heading to Isle of Whithorn, there is small petrol station at Whithorn - limited hours. Diesel available at Garlieston

 

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