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Moffat House Hotel
High Street
Moffat
Dumfries and Galloway

DG10 9HL | View map

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This 18th-century building has been careful renovated to offer modern amenities whilst retaining its charm and elegance. Situated on the High Street of Moffat, there are various quaint shops, cafes and and interesting buildings to explore. Moffat is found just off the M74 motorway between Carlisle, Glasgow and Edinburgh, close to Gretna Green. The hotel offers, thus, a convenient place to rest before venturing further into Scotland or travelling south. The charming surroundings and fine cuisine are enough, however, to bring you here in the first place.

Fresh local produce and hospitable staff are the highlights of this gracious Adams mansion.' EatScotland - 2005 Enjoy formal dining in the award winning Hopetoun’s Restaurant or casual lounge meals, lunches and suppers. Both offer fresh local produce and home cooking. There is a fine selection of wines to compliment your meal.

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 21
Number Ensuite: 21
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Restaurant

Name: Hopetouns
Cuisine: Scottish/Modern
Chef: Leishman
Awards: 1 AA Rosette

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