Queensberry House is a four-star guest house - biker-friendly and walker-friendly - with three ground-floor double rooms in Moffat, Europe's first Dark Sky town, and an outstanding conservation area in Dumfries and Galloway.
Please be reassured that your health and safety is our priority. We have been awarded the Good to Go accreditation by Visit Britain. This national standard verifies that we have all the required health and safety processes in place to reassure our guests - and the local community - that we have adapted our business in line with government and industry guidance. Read our Coronavirus action plan here. We are observing social distancing, we have plenty of hand sanitiser available for guests and we can provide a contactless checkout with our online payment facility.
Stay three nights and receive 10% discount. Book here.
We’ve gone digital. In-room visitor information books have been removed from guest rooms and replaced with a new digital guide. Now guests can find out about Queensberry House and Moffat all from the comfort of their own phone ahead of their visit. It saves paper so it’s better for the environment too. Read our guide here and use it to plan your trip to Moffat to get the most out of the town. Why not book in advance for a restaurant or attraction?
Whether you're coming here for the star-gazing, the golf, whisky distilleries, wildlife, walking, motorcycling, cycling, having a honeymoon (or a mini moon) or just getting away from it all, let us guide you to the hidden and not so hidden treasures of southern Scotland.
There is a guest lounge and a drying and storage area for wet or bulky items including bicycles.
We can cater for most dietary needs: vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free, a light NHS-approved HealthyLiving breakfast... you name it!
Moffat is the ideal base to relax and discover this corner of southern Scotland in all its beauty. Our Victorian listed building has views of the Moffat Hills and is only a five-minute walk from town.
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.
Discover a walker’s paradise – without the crowds of the Lake District or the Highlands. Over the Moffat Hills, watch out for the newly reintroduced golden eagles. 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. Both offer a challenging yet rewarding trek across a specactular landscape rich with wildlife. Join us for the first Moffat Walking Weekend, a three-day festival of walks during 16/17/18 April. Find out more here.
Want to practise your golf on a course that’s challenging, 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!
Motorcyclists in the know come from all over the world to Dumfries and Galloway. Make Moffat your base to experience hundreds of biker-friendly open roads: quiet, often with good line of sight, jaw-dropping scenery and plenty of pit stops. We are members of Motorcycle Scotland - check it out here, a very useful site for bikers coming to Scotland.
Please visit our website for more information or call us on 01683 478341.
Read our excellent reviews on Tripadvisor here.
|Room||£70 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.