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Hotels in Moffat
A historic Spa town in the impressive Scottish countryside Moffat is an exciting destination for walkers and those looking for a taste of Scotland.
Moffat hotels range from the luxurious to the affordable and with many on offer both in the centre of town or further into the countryside there is something for everyone.
Moffat has been popular as a spa town since the 17th century with its sulphurous waters said to have healing properties. It now has three wells that can be found in the hills around the town.
The most famous and the one you should visit is the Moffat Well which is only a mile and a half walk into the hills.
After visiting the spring you can find out more about the history of the Spa in the Moffat Museum which also has exhibits on famous people associated with Moffat.
Moffat is Scotland's first Walkers are Welcome town which means it is especially welcoming to walkers with local walks carefully sign posted and well maintained.
The local walks cater to people of all abilities with local stores selling specially designed leaflets that offer detailed guides to the walks.
If you're looking for something more challenging you should take on the Annadale Way, a 55-mile route that runs between Moffat and Annan. Or for something even more challenging there is the Southern Upland Way which is Britain's first coast to coast footpath and is 212 miles in length.
After all that walking and exploring you will want somewhere to relax, unwind and try some local specialities.
You can't visit Scotland without trying haggis, a traditional Scottish food that has been cooked for centuries. The best place to eat in Moffat is The Buccleuch Hotel and Restaurant whose innovative menu is sure to please and is a great place to try haggis.
Scotland is a country with a rich history and Moffat is great place to explore this rich heritage.
Drumraligd castle is an easy 50-minute drive away and its majestic structure is definitely worth a visit. Its large estate also offers other activities such as extensive mountain bike trails.
A less well preserved but equally impressive castle is Caerlaverock which features a triangular moat and a twin towered gate house. It's a similar distance from Moffat but definitely worth the journey. The castle also offers a siege warfare exhibition and a café for refreshments.
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