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Moffat Scotland

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Moffat hotelWelcome to Seamore Guest House, situated close to Moffat Town Centre, the guest house is a listed Victorian building offering comfort and quality at an affordable price.

Seamore Guest House Accommodation

We have five bedrooms, all of them en-suite with one of them having a king sized bed.

All rooms have colour television, tea and coffee making facilities and hairdryers.
All rooms at Seamore House have been upgraded or refurbished over the last two years including the introduction of an en-suite master bedroom complete with a king size bed.

Single occupancy of all our rooms is available at a very reasonable supplement.
You can relax in our spacious first floor lounge, solely for guest use, where you can watch television, read, amuse yourselves with board games provided or simply unwind and relax.

Seamore Guest House Facilities

There is a large, comfortable guest lounge, which offers complimentary drinks, which is the perfect place to relax and unwind after a long drive or hectic day enjoying all that Dumfries and Galloway has to offer.
Laundry Service Available
Pets Welcome By Arrangement
Highchair Available
Cot Available
No Smoking Permitted
No credit cards accepted

Moffat boasts two parks situated at either end of the town, at the southern end of the town is Station Park which has a large boating lake, a putting green and a children's play area.
At the opposite end of the town is Hope-Johnson Park which has bowling greens, tennis courts, a football pitch and a skateboard half pipe.
There is also a sportsbarn which offers court games like badminton and volleyball as well as hi-tec gym equipment.
The countryside surrounding Moffat is ideal for cyclists of all ages and levels. It can be as easy or as hard as you want it to be.
Cycle along the gently undulating roads taking in the magnificent scenery or go 'off road' for the thrills and spills of true mountain biking.
Moffat acts as the perfect base camp from which to explore the world class cycling in the surrounding area. Moffat is ideally located within striking distance of the internationally acclaimed mountain biking centres of the 7 stanes project.
These custom built centres provide a unique experience, allowing riders to hone their skills across diverse and flowing terrain.
Moffat is also connected to the national cycle network providing a large number of waymarked cycle routes for you to enjoy.
There is plenty of room at Seamore House for cycle storage and several cycle route guides are available.
Being the home of golf, Scotland almost demands that every town has a golf club and Moffat obliges with style.
Situated some 670 feet above sea level, Moffat Golf Club offers stunning panoramic views over the town and surrounding countryside.
Not for the faint hearted, this course will test golfers of all abilities.
Visitors are most welcome and clubhouse facilities include locker rooms, dining facilities and two snooker tables.
There are, of course many other golf courses a short drive away and cheap golf can be found by
Walking and Rambling
Think of Moffat and walking immediately springs to mind.
Located on the Southern Upland Way and the Annandale Way, Moffat has long been a favourite of walkers and ramblers alike and makes the perfect base for a walking holiday.
The Moffat Walking Festival in October may well be the highlight of the walking calendar but all year round the hills are alive with the sound of fell boots.
Make Tracks Walking Holidays organise self-guided walks on the Southern Upland Way, Scotland’s Coast to Coast path, which passes close to Moffat.
We are a 'rambler friendly' establishment and also have many leaflets for various grades of walks in and around Moffat.

Coming along from the M74, exit at Junction 15 and follow signs for Moffat. Drive though the town, past the town hall on the left and Seamore House is Approximately 75 yds past the Moffat House Hotel on the left.
Parking is available in Academy Road outside Seamore House and there is also private parking for 5 vehicles at the rear.
Getting there from the Information Centre
From Tourist Information Centre, turn right onto High Street, keep to left hand side of square.
Stay on High Street until you reach Academy Road.
We are 50 yards from there on your left.
Getting There by Railway
From Carlisle, Lockerbie or Dumfries find the main arterial road, the M74 travelling north and take the Moffat/Selkirk junction.
When you are at town centre continuing travelling another 250 mtrs to the house on the left hand side of the road.
Getting there by Aeroplane
From Glasgow and Edinburgh, find Moffat on a southernly direction along the M74 at junction 15.
The house towards the north of town 250 mtrs from the centre.

Email Seamore Guest House enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com