Buccleuch Arms

Buccleuch Arms
High Street, Moffat, Dumfries And Galloway, DG10 9ET

Located in the picturesque spa town of Moffat, just 5 minutes from the A74, this elegant family-run Georgian Hotel offers, award-winning food, free Wi-Fi and cosy accommodation. Originally a 17th Century Coaching Inn, the property is infused with a classic olde-worlde charm and a distinctive period character. Lovingly restored, it still maintains many of its original features, most notably the open fireplaces in public areas, a warm and cosy prospect especially during the Winter months. Indeed, comfort and relaxation are an integral part of the Hotel s ethos. Whether its impeccable service delivered by enthusiast yet professional staff, or excellent facilities and modern conveniences, the Hotel is sincere in its commitment to providing a truly satisfying and memorable experience. The Buccleuch Arms Hotel offers 16 comfortable en-suite guestrooms each of which is light, airy and immaculately maintained. Bustling with a cosy ambience and a seductive charm, all rooms come well-appointed with all the modern luxuries and comforts that one would need to ensure a relaxed, hassle-free stay. Including: complimentary Wi-Fi access, flat screen TV, designer toiletries, hairdryer, telephone and tea & coffee making facilities. Single, double, twin and family options are available and many of the rooms also feature beautiful views of the town and the surrounding valley. With an uncompromising commitment to excellence and service, as well as some spectacularly innovative food, it is no surprise to learn that the Hotel s restaurant as garnered an enviable reputation throughout South Scotland. Every aspect of a meal s creation follows a core philosophy of absolute quality, from the sourcing of the produce, to freshness, preparation, presentation, style, consistency, service and value, every dish adheres to the same high standards. Scotland is blessed with a wonderfully distinct natural larder and the Hotels creative chefs are passionate about using only the finest local ingredients. Of course, for those not dining the cosy lounge is a perfect place to enjoy a peaceful cup of coffee whilst the popular bar offers an extensive wine list and an expanding collection of malt whiskies to sample. The Hotel offers three multi-purpose function rooms that are ideal for business sessions or small conferences. Flexible and with excellent service, the Hotel can also cater to a wide range of social events, including birthdays, anniversaries and private dining parties. Buccleuch also offers free on-site parking for all guests and secure garages for motorcycle storage. Not only is the hotel biker friendly, but they have also designed a number of individual tried and tested routes that navigate the landscape. The Hotel is centrally located in the town of Moffat, just a 5 minute drive from Junction 15 off the M74 and only 35 minutes from Dumfries. Glasgow is just over an hour away and it is 80 minute drive to Edinburgh. Dumfries offers excellent rail links to the rest of the country and there is also a local station at Lockerbie, just a quick 20 minutes via taxi. For those flying in, Glasgow Airport is approximately an hour s drive away. Nestled in Moffat, a small spa town surrounded by picturesque rolling hills, the Hotel is perfectly positioned for visitors wishing to make the most out of everything that South Scotland has to offer. Moffat itself boasts a number of charming local shops and eateries as well as excellent opportunities for a wide range of outdoor pursuits, including walking, rambling, cycling, biking and fishing. Indeed, just a short distance from the Hotel is the awe-inspiring beauty of the renowned Grey Mare s Tail. The centre piece of this spectacular valley is a dramatic waterfall that cascades into the Moffat Water Valley. Owned by the National Trust for Scotland it is a paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. The famous Southern Upland Way walking route also passes through the area, and offers a rewarding trek thro

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