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Moffat Things to See and Do

    Things to See and Do for Moffat. Should you require further assistance please call 0844 8481014


    Moffat Golf Club 18 Hole
    Moffat
    01683 220020

    This 18-hole course is situated high on Coats Hill, some 670 feet above sea level; allowing panoramic views and the chance to enjoy a natural, inland course which is often known as "the jewel of...
    Moffat Golf Club

    This 18-hole course offers fine traditional Scottish moorland golfing and the welcoming clubhouse reinforce the notion that Moffat should be near the top of any golfers list of courses to play. Its...
    Craiglochan Gardens

    A four-acre garden with a small nursery set among the hills of the beautiful Moffat Water...
    Beechgrove Sports Centre

    Main sports hall, well equipped fitness centre, changing...
    Moffat Fishery

    This unique Spring fed Troutmaster Fishery, with a 4.5 acre trout loch, is stocked with Rainbows from 2.5 pounds upwards, plus Moffat Monsters. Brown trout are also present. It is advisable to book...
    Craigieburn Forest Trails

    Forest Enterprise waymarked forest walks and biking...
    Beechgrove Park

    Tennis Courts, bowling green. Open Easter and Summer holidays - Monday to...
    Moffat Museum

    Education in the burgh, religious life, local crafts, sporting pastimes,famous people i.e. Lord Dowding, Robert Burns, D.E. Stevenson, Crawley etc.,geology, The Spa, railway, farming, family...
    James Gibson & Son

    Summer programme of day tours to places of interest in Scotland and North England. Coaches available for private...
    Dryhope Tower

    Ruins of stout 16th-century tower that stands by the northern shores of St Mary's loch. Once home of Mary Scott, ancestor of Sir Walter...
    Devil's Beef Tub

    A huge steep-sided valley, 500ft deep, once used by reivers to hold cattle driven across the Border. The four barren hills forming the hollow into which the River Annan flows was described by Walter...