Escape to the Moffat Hills for a Relaxing Lodge Break
Heather Haugh holiday bungalows on the outskirts of Moffat are in a pretty secluded setting for a private self-catering break, with the Moffat Hills in the background. The gardens have a stream that flows through and attracts wildlife to visit. There is plenty of birdsong and chances to spot deer, rabbits, squirrels and badgers.
Layout of the Lodges
Each of these single storey lodges (there are just 4 lodges on site) is attractively furnished and fully equipped as a comfortable holiday retreat. All have a smart living room with sofas and chairs to watch television from or relax. There is a spacious kitchen with a dining area for meals. The kitchen has every appliance that is essential for self-catering on holiday: fridge freezer, microwave, oven. A washing machine and tumble dryer is sited in the laundry room.
Each bungalow has a family bathroom that has a full-size bath in addition to the usual heated towel rail, electric razor point, wash hand basin and shower over the bath.
The bungalows all have three bedrooms, one of which has a king-size bed. A large twin bedroom has an en-suite shower room attached and there is an additional slightly smaller twin bedroom that would suit children.
A Great Location for Exploring Central Scotland and the Borders
Situated in the Scottish Borders close to the pretty town of Moffat which offers a choice of pubs, eateries and shops. Moffat is well located for exploring some of the best of southern and central Scotland on holiday. Enjoy walks and rambles in the Moffat Hills and explore the Southern Upland Way on days out. Cycle in the Borders or discover the superb mountain biking venues close by. For days out in the city, Glasgow and Edinburgh are both within an hour's drive.
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Have a fantastic self-catering break in southern Scotland. Scotland is known as the land of golf and Moffat also has its own golf course.
Moffat itself is a good place to discover a traditional Scottish town. Lots of places to visit not too far away: Southern Upland Way, Devil's Beeftub, Grey Mare's Tale, St Mary's Loch, 7 Stanes, several castles
Nearest Train Station or Airport: Train- Lockerbie, Airport Glasgow ( 1 hour) or Edinburgh (45 minutes)
Recommended Places to Visit: Lots of choice for days out from Moffat during your holiday, more than can be listed here: St. Mary's Loch, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Carlisle, Dumfries, Selkirk
Annual Events: Moffat Gala - July Christmas fair - December Sheep racing- August Moffat show - May Classic Car rallies - multiple per year.
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Claudio's Restaurant (Italian), The black bull (Pub), Brodies(Fine), The Moffat house hotel(PUB), Bombay cuisine (Indian), two fish and chips, Balmoral Hotel (Pub), Stag (Pub), Buccleuch (Pub), Coachman (Pub), The Famous Star Hotel (Pub) , Cafe Arietes, (Cafe) and many more.
Local Sports: Walking on the flat or into the hills - bring your camera. Mountain Biking at the 7Stanes centres near Moffat, Cycling, Golfing, Fishing, Horse riding, sailing (15 miles away).
Moffat is a historic spa town in the Annandale Valley, 21 miles from Dumfries, and just 3 minutes from the M74. Moffat’s wide, tree-lined high street retains many of its original characteristics and the town has strong connections with both the Moffat and Johnstone clans. A sheep farming town in years gone by, this history is depicted by the Ram Statue on the high street. The Devil’s Beef Tub, a large depression in ground north of the town, aided the sheep and cattle rustlers who operated in the area, allowing them a place to hide the animals before moving them on. Moffat was a spa town until 1921 when the Hydropathic Hotel burnt to the ground. The surrounding hills and the local section of the Southern Upland Way provide excellent walking opportunities, while the River Annan is good for fishing. In recognition of the great walking, the town was the first in Scotland to be awarded 'Walkers are Welcome' status. Moffat also takes the title of Europe’s first Dark Sky Town, having adopted special street lighting to keep light pollution to a minimum in order to preserve the wonders of the night sky. There are great places to eat and many independent shops. Try some famous Moffat Toffee when you are here.
Please visit http://www.heatheryhaughlodges.co.uk/lodges to find out more about the holiday cottage, amenities, surrounding area and places to visit in Dumfries & Galloway.