Moffat Self Catering Holiday Accommodation
Self catering holiday accommodation in the Moffat area of Dumfries and Galloway in south west Scotland
Below these Self Catering listings you will find information about the Moffat area.
Loch House Tower Moffat Self Catering
Unique castle accommodation (sleeps 6) with hot tub and fishing loch. The tower is a 3 bedroom self catering holiday property surrounded by nature reserves, rolling hills and open countryside but only a short walk from the attractive tourist town of Moffat.
Tel: 01461 800285 Or: Book Online
Other Self Catering holiday accommodation in Moffat:
- Aldersyde Holiday Home Moffat
- The Apartment at Holmpark Moffat
- Barnhill Bothy Moffat
- Black Cat Cottage Moffat
- Daisy Cottage Moffat
- Dell Mar Moffat
- Dye Mill Cottage Moffat
- Ebenhome Cottage Moffat
- Groom's Cottage Moffat
- Hillend Guest Cottage Moffat
- Home with a View Moffat
- Kirsty Cottage Moffat
- Ladyknowe Apartment Moffat
- Lazydays Cottage Moffat
- Lochhouse Tower Moffat - Tel: 01461 800285
- McAdam House Moffat
- Meadow House Apartment Moffat
- The Penthouse at St Mary's Church Moffat
- Ram Lodge Moffat
- Roseburn Cottage Moffat
- Summerlea Cottage Moffat
- The Townhouse Moffat
- Warriston Apartment at Holm Park Moffat
- The Wee Cottage Moffat
Self catering accommodation near Moffat:
- Broomlands Farmhouse Beattock, Moffat
- The Old Stables Nr Beattock, Moffat
- The Villa Nr Beattock, Moffat
Coming for a holiday? About the Moffat area
Once a well-known spa town, one of only two in Scotland, Moffat still retains the aura of its leisured past.
The former baths and pump room now house the town hall. In this peaceful ambience, there are plenty of walks, from the Southern Uplands Way for dedicated walkers to guided hill walks, or just pleasant strolls for the less ambitious.
In addition to the natural beauty of the area and town, of interest to visitors are the Moffat Museum which traces the history of the area through artifacts and video and the Moffat Woollen Mill where you can trace your Scottish Clan History and visit a working weaving exhibition.
The statue of the ram above the fountain in Moffat testifies to the importance of wool to the local economy. There are several mill shops in the area, and the high point of each year is the Installation of the Moffat Shepherd and Lass followed by the Shepherds’ Ball.
North-east up Moffat Water on the A708 is Scotland’s highest waterfall, Grey Mares Tail, where there is a walk for experienced hill walkers, and the famous ’Tibbie Shiels Inn’ at the foot of St Mary’s Loch.
North-west up the A701 is the Devils Beef Tub, a huge natural depression in wild hills where border thieves (’reivers’) used to hide their stolen cattle.
Ideal for the Lowther Hills and The Southern Upland Way passes here. Nearby is a waterfall on the Annan river. Beattock summit is the highest point at 315m (1033ft) on the railway to the Clyde valley and was a notable uphill pull in the days of steam trains.
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