Queensberry House is a charming three-room bed and breakfast just for grown-ups in the heart of Dumfries and Galloway. It's the perfect base for exploring this hidden – but spectacular – corner of Southwest Scotland. WINNER Best B&B Experience – Scottish Thistle Awards 2022-23
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With the benefit of our local knowledge you will discover all of the best sights, many of which you don't realise even exist.
At the end of the day, you can return to this peaceful location, unwind, relax and plan your next day's adventure.
Whether you're staying for three, four or five nights, there's plenty to do here.
Parking is easy and safe.
At a glance
- Peaceful with only three double guest rooms
- All rooms are on the ground floor – no stairs
- Situated on a quiet road in a conservation area
- Just a five-minute walk from the centre of Moffat
- Ideal for exploring this spectacular corner of Scotland
- Europe’s first Dark Sky town – bring your telescope
- VisitScotland Quality Assurance award – four stars
- Green Tourism Bronze Award
- Catering exclusively for adults
- Tranquil and relaxing surroundings
- Delicious breakfast each day
- All dietary tastes catered for
- Attention to detail guaranteed
- Available for exclusive use – read more here
- Excellent, genuine guest reviews. Read them here.
Make Moffat your base to experience hundreds of scenic open roads: quiet, often with good line of sight, jaw-dropping scenery and plenty of pit stops to fuel up and rest up.
Read why Moffat is Scotland's best-kept secret here.
Discover a walker’s paradise – without the crowds of the Lake District or the Highlands. Two superb walking trails pass through Moffat: the Southern Upland Way, Scotland's first official coast-to-coast long-distance route, and the Annandale Way, which includes the mighty Devil's Beef Tub. Challenging yet rewarding treks. Look out for golden eagles. Yes, they're right here in Moffat.
Join us for the annual Moffat Walking Weekend, a three-day festival of walks. Stay up to date with our mailing list.
Eating out? Claudio's is one of the best Italian restaurants in Scotland. We can vouch for its excellent food and relaxed ambiance. Or try the award-winning cuisine of Brodie's – another of our favourites. Both are just a five-minute walk from Queensberry House.
Coming to Scotland for the whisky? Take a tour of the Annandale Distillery (just a short drive from Moffat) and learn how single malt Scotch whisky is made. The superbly designed building is on an historic site with novel artwork all around and a terrific café. Watch out for the Moffat Distillery – set to open soon.
Want to go stargazing in Europe's first Dark Sky town? The Moffat Observatory is now open.
Want to practise your golf on a course that’s interesting and inspiring? Moffat Golf Club, the ‘jewel in the south’, has an 18-hole course that’s perched high on a hill overlooking the town. Watch the views don’t put you off your game!
Kick back in the elegant lounge – exclusively for guests.
Store wet or bulky items including bicycles in the drying and storage area.
Any dietary needs? No problem. Vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free, a light NHS-approved HealthyLiving breakfast... you name it! Read more here.
For more information, visit our website or call us on 01683 478341 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transport and Parking
On Public Transport Route
No Pets Allowed
Suitable for visitors with limited mobility
Vegan Meals Available
Vegetarian Meals available
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|Room||£95 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
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