Moffat B&B, 29 Well Street
A warm welcome awaits you at No. 29 Well Street, where you have the chance to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet of the beautiful Dumfries and Galloway countryside.
We can accommodate walkers, cyclists and motor bikers and have access to secure storage for your choice of steed.
We are Pet Friendly and welcome Small Well Behaved Pets. Please contact us for more details as we are unable to accept on-line bookings for this service.
We are located just off the High Street in the charming market town of Moffat which is on the A701 approximately 1.5 miles from junction 15 on the A 74(M) and is ideally situated for exploring the surrounding area of Dumfries and Galloway. It is ideal for a stop over either to or from the Highlands. Break up your tiring journey with a comfortable, relaxing night with us.
No.29 Well Street is said to be one of the oldest houses in Moffat yet with its modern facilities and contemporary decor it is a “home from home” for your visit to the Scottish borders and beyond and your hosts Mark and Dawn look forward to seeing you there soon.
Originally just one house built in the 1700s, a second row of houses were built behind in the 1800s and eventually the 1700 and 1800 houses became one to create a 'Tardis'. It looks small on the outside, but is deceptively big on the inside.
There are many things to do and see in Moffat and surrounding areas, including a number walks, (whether you are a beginner or a real stalwart!) Golfers will also appreciate the local 18 hole course set in beautiful parkland located just outside the town.
There many places to eat and drink in the busy town of Moffat. If you preference is Italian, Indian, Chinese, Bistro or just good old fish and chips,Moffat has it all along with great food and drink in the local pubs.
We have designer shops, the Moffat Woollen Mill, Garden Centre and many speciality shops. Something for everyone.
||29 Well Street, Moffat, Dumfries and Galloway, DG10 9DP
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This page was last updated: 16 October 2017