Moffat Hotels

Balmoral Hotel in Moffat Scotland

Good value and friendly with clean rooms and friendly bar and restaurant in central Moffat

Barnhill Springs Country Guest House Moffat

Barnhill Springs Country Guest House is a short drive from Auchen Castle and Moffat town centre.

Best Western Moffat House Hotel

A charming country mansion in South Scotland The BEST WESTERN Moffat House Hotel is set just off the High Street in this delightful Victorian Spa town.

Bonnington Hotel Moffat

The Bonnington Hotel makes a perfect stopover on the way north or south, a few nights' stay or for a longer holiday.

Hartfell House Hotel Moffat

Hartfell House guest house is situated in a peaceful rural setting in a designated "Outstanding Conservation Area" on the edge of the town of Moffat.

Ladyknowe Apartment Moffat

A one bedroom fully furnished apartment is a 2 minute walk from the bustling, attractive Moffat High Street with quaint individual shops and cafes.

Limetree House Guest House Moffat

Limetree House is a grade B listed building situated in Eastgate, behind Moffat High Street, which is well known for its fabulous scenery, coastlines, wildlife and great local food.

Here are our selection of hotels in Moffat, a former burgh and spa town  in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland.

The town lies on the River Annan, with a population of around 2,500. The most notable building in the town is the Moffat House Hotel, designed by John Adam. The nearby Star Hotel, a mere 20 ft (6 m) wide, boasted a record in the Guinness Book of Records as the narrowest hotel in the world. Moffat also won the famous "Britain In Bloom" contest in 1996. Moffat is also the home to the well known Moffat toffee.

During the 17th century Moffat began to grow from a small village into a popular spa town. The sulphurous waters of Moffat Spa were believed to have healing properties and during the Victorian era.  The high demand led to the water being piped down from the well to a specially built bath house in the town centre (now the Town Hall).

Moffat was a notable market in the wool trade, and this is commemorated with a statue of a ram by William Brodie in the town's marketplace.

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