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Things to do near Moffat Manor

If you’re planning a holiday in the Scottish countryside, you’ll find there’s plenty to do in the local area and many attractions and places to keep you and all your family busy.

Local attractions near Moffat Manor

Hats, coats, scarfs and pink noses, embrace the elements and ramble or roam the stunning scenery. Clear blue skies or stormy grey clouds - you’ll love a warming hot chocolate by the fire in the local pub post adventure (or a wee drop of whisky).

Little ones can run free, bouncing down the hills, giggling all the way as explorers big or small discover Dumfries and Galloway. Looking for culture? Take time out to check out the thriving creative scene, get wrapped up in the story of Moffat town or unwind with aromatherapy, with a twist! Music lover? Be sure to check out the local scene, let your hair down and dance the night away!

If you run out of ideas, you’ll find below something for everyone to do in Scotland in our selection of exciting attractions.

Great for families

Farmer's Den

Farmer's Den is a brilliant children's indoor soft play centre situated in Dumfries and Annan.

Drive time: Between 20 and 45 minutes

Dog friendly: Assistance dogs only

For further information, please visit website.

Visit towns close to Moffat Manor

Moffat Town

Located in Southern Scotland, Moffat is a vibrant, bustling town offering the warmest of Scottish welcomes. Whether you're looking to shop or explore the town's history, Moffat is the ideal place to visit in Dumfries & Galloway.

Drive time: Less than 10 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes.


Lockerbie, located in the Dumfries and Galloway is known for its rich history, picturesque landscapes, and welcoming community. Visit its historic landmarks, Lockerbie Golf Club and the vibrant farmers' market.

Drive time: Between 10 and 20 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes


Dumfries is a historic market town with a rich heritage, stunning landscapes, and a variety of attractions. Enjoy the Robert Burns Connection, Dumfries Museum and Camera Obscura, riverside walks, Caerlaverock Castle and Gretna Green.

Drive time: Between 20 and 45 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes



Annan is a historic market town with a rich heritage, scenic surroundings, and loads of attractions including Georgian-era town hall, the Mercat Cross, River Annan, Devil's Porridge Museum, Robert Burns Connection and Solway Coast.

Drive time: Between 20 and 45 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes


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