Other places to stay in and around Moffat
House is situated in a peaceful rural setting in a designated
"Outstanding Conservation Area" on the edge of the town of Moffat.
It overlooks the surrounding hills, yet is only a few minutes' walk
from the attractive town centre.
The building is of local stone, and is officially listed as being of architectural
interest, dating from around 1850.
We have a comfortable, spacious lounge commanding beautiful views of
the Moffat hills on the first floor.
Hartfell House is a stunning example of Victorian architecture.
Set in a quiet residential area but only a few minutes walk into Moffat
Hartfell House Accommodation
Accomodation is provided in spacious and tastefully furnished bedrooms,
each with en suite facilites and a large guest lounge is available on
our first floor providing an atmosphere of peaceful relaxation.
The house has spacious bedrooms is a mixture of single, double, twin and
All bedrooms are equipped with TV, radio alarm, hairdryer and tea/coffee
In addition we offer our guests access to a computer in our reception
area with complimentary broadband internet access.
The house stands in gardens of lawns and trees and is situated in a cul-de-sac
with a private parking bay providing six spaces conveniently located opposite
Hartfell House Facilities
The Limetree Restaurant offers award wining food and a welcoming atmosphere.
The restaurant has already been awarded a coveted AA Rosette Dining Award.
The guest lounge is perfect for relaxing or pre-dinner drinks.
Laundry Service Available
Central Heating Throughout Property
Electric Shaver Point
No Pets Allowed
No Smoking Permitted
Credit Cards Accepted
Kagyu Samye Ling Tibetan Monastery, Eskdalemuir
The most unusual attraction in Dumfries and Galloway.
A community of Tibetan Buddhist monks and nuns.
Magnificent temple and riverside grounds.
Grey Mare's Tail, National Trust. Spectacular
200 feet/60 metres waterfall from beside White Coomb (2,696 feet/800 metres).
Warning: Keep to paths as hillside soil is unstable.
Moffat Fishery, Fly and bait fishing
at fish farm in Moffat.
Devil's Beef Tub, A huge steep-sided valley once used
by reivers to hold cattle driven across the Border.
Below the A701 north of Moffat, overlooked by parking places.
Moffat Museum, displays covering the
local schools, churches, local crafts, sports, local celebrities, Moffat
Spa, the local geology, railway developments, farming and genealogy.
Audiovisual on Moffat.
Display on Lord Dowding, of Battle of Britain fame, born in Moffat.
Moffat Woollen Mill, Famous producer
of high-quality Scottish woollen garments.
Genealogy tracing service
Working weaving exhibition
Border Fine Arts Gallery, Langholm, The birthplace of
Border Fine Arts. Museum and shop
Gallery of old products and display of those for purchase
Part of ENESCO Group. Branch at Gretna Green Story
Dalton Pottery, Dalton, Large range of hand painted porcelain
and glass giftware including clocks, bathroom accessories and vases.
Ample parking, disabled access throughout, toilets.
Play table in pottery and outdoor play area.
McDiarmid Memorial, Langholm, Metallic 'open book' memorial
above Langholm dedicated to the poet Hugh McDiarmid, joint-founder of
the Scottish National Party.
Eastriggs and Gretna Heritage Centre, exhibition on the
history of the local Ordnance Factory.
A stunning manor house, the building is known locally for its fine interior
Getting there from the Information Centre
From the Tourist Information Centre turn right into the town centre, approximately
100m on the right of the High Street turn right at the clock tower into
At the crossroads proceed straight across into Old Well Road, the next
right turn is Hartfell Crescent, Hartfell House is the last but one large
Getting There by Railway
From Lockerbie Station take the bus to Moffat.
Getting there by Aeroplane
From Glasgow Airport take the M8 heading east, then the M73 then the M74
From Edinburgh Airport take the Edinburgh Ring Road then the A703 to Penicuik
and then the A701 to Moffat.
From Prestwick Airport turn right out of the airport and follow the A77
south to Ayr, turn left onto the A70, Cumnock, to Douglas and turn south
onto the A74, Carlisle, to Moffat.
N.B. The A74 is to be redesignated the M6 in 1999.
Getting There by Ferry
From Stranraer/ Loch Ryan take the A75 to Dumfries then the A701 to Moffat.
Exit M74 at Junction 15.
Follow the signs for Moffat. From the High Street, turn right at the War
Memorial onto Well Street.
Go straight ahead at the crossroads into Old Well Road.
Hartfell Crescent is at the top of the hill on the right.
nly 3 miles from the M74 (J15),Hartfell House is a splendid Victorian
'B' listed property set in a designated 'Outstanding Conservation Area'.
The house boasts breathtaking views of the surrounding hills, yet is only
a four minute walk from the attractive town centre.
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