Port Logan Caravan Site
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We enjoyed a two week stay here in July 2017. The sea views are amazing from the caravan and we loved being able to stroll down to the beach close by without needing to take the car. The beach was quiet, even on sunnier days. Our greyhounds loved being able to run off lead safely in the evenings when we practically had the beach to ourselves! The sunsets here are just amazing. Pam and Adrian are very welcoming and hard-working owners. We came for rest and relaxation, which we definitely achieved, and also spent some time exploring the area, including some of the public gardens, many of which are dog-friendly. The Mull of Galloway is well worth a visit and has a great café. The fishpond across the bay is also well worth a visit. The person running the fishpond will appreciate anything from Greggs bakery as there isn't one for miles around! We found the drive to Stranraer reasonably quick because the roads are quiet and very well maintained. Portpatrick is a beautiful fishing village well worth a visit. Despite is being summer, the downside of the site was the wind, but that's probably normal for coastal sites. We put a heavy duty awning up, which was fine, but we took it down temporarily when a storm was forecast. We have a porch-style awning and because the ground sloped up from the caravan it was difficult to get a snug fit between the edges of the awning and the caravan. We loved the peacefulness of Port Logan and found the villagers to be particularly welcoming and friendly towards visitors. It will be great when the hotel refurbishment has been completed so that there is somewhere close by to go for a meal or drink.