This excellent ground floor apartment is situated near the centre of the attractive Dumfriesshire town of Moffat.
Decorated and furnished to a high standard, this delightful apartment is ideal for a couple or a family who want a quality base for exploring this lovely region of Scotland.
The main sitting room has a cosy open fire, a breakfast table and views over the garden, while the kitchen has been well equipped retaining the traditional feel.
There is a double bedroom, a further twin room and a lovely shower room.
The property is part of a building that is over 200 years old and is close to the centre of this busy Conservation Area town and former coaching stop.
Moffat is one of Scotland’s Walkers are Welcome towns and offers a series of waymarked walking routes to suit all tastes, including the Southern Upland Way and the Annandale Way, indeed two of the main routes pass the front door of your apartment.
Explore the town’s rich heritage at the Moffat Museum, wander around the galleries, theatres and shops or stop at one of the many cafes.
The golf course sits on the hills surrounding the town and offers superb views as you tackle the course, or you may wish to visit the stunning Grey Mare’s Tail waterfall in the Nature Reserve along the Moffat Water Valley.
There are many events and galas throughout the year including music festivals, the annual Moffat Gala and the famous Moffat Sheep Race – not to be missed!
With Edinburgh and Glasgow 50 miles away, why not have a day in one of Scotland’s world famous cities as well.
A superb apartment and the perfect way to explore this beautiful part of Scotland.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Utility. Sitting room with breakfast area and open fire.
About the location
Dumfries 21 miles
Nestling in the Annandale valley, Moffat developed in the 17th century from a village to a spa town where the sulphurous waters of the Moffat Well were held to have the power to heal and this led to an influx of visitors throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. Many of the buildings in the town date from this period and the present Town Hall was originally developed as a Bath House. The original well can still be visited and is a 1.5 mile walk from the town into the surrounding countryside. In addition to its renown as a spa town, Moffat also grew in stature due to the wool trade and also its position as a stopping point on journeys between England and Scotland. Today the town is popular with tourists and not just because of the superb scenery affording many opportunities for great walking, cycling and fishing. Situated 50 miles from Glasgow and Edinburgh, Moffat is the ideal base for travelling to events in the cities. It has a range of attractions including the Moffat Museum, theatres, art galleries and a selection of shops, cafes and restaurants. Treat yourself to some famous Moffat Toffee and don’t miss the annual Moffat Gala in July and not forgetting the renowned Moffat Sheep Races in August!