Moffat (Scottish Gaelic: Am Magh Fada, "The Long Plain") is a former burgh in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, lying on the River Annan, with a population of around 2,500. It was a centre of the wool trade and a spa town.
Restaurants in Moffat
4.5 based on 167 reviews
This is not far from Moffat. Well worth a visit. Get to it by car or bicycle. Car park at the bottom. Steep walk to get to the top. It took us along time but worth it. We are in our 70s.
4.5 based on 44 reviews
Just off the town square in Well St we came across this great wee shop with a wide range of curios ,silver ,Jewellery,art deco ,victorian artifacts with the toy museum upstairs . A magnet for kids and adults . A friendly and knowledgeable owner . We will definitely be back next time we are in Moffat
4.5 based on 82 reviews
Lovely cafe area with great staff and quality food. Always fresh and tasty. Various menu options from soup and sandwiches, macaroni cheese, Paninis, wholesome burgers, kids menu, tea/coffee/juice and lovely . Always a safe bet, plenty of room to relax and chat and no pressure to get out the door. With a bit of marketing so close to the M74 it could give the Green Welly a run for its money as a stop off North/South.
3.5 based on 168 reviews
This place is very popular with coach companies and they definitely know their market. It's just another place to buy your whisky, shortbread and everything tartan. In fairness the selection of goods on offer is massive and there's probably something for everyone. The cafe is decent and produces a palatable cup of coffee. It's a good place to stop on your long drive North or South and, as I stated, is very popular.
4 based on 47 reviews
This is quite a find for what really amounts to a very small little town. If you have children this is lovely.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
I thought this place was a great little find. It's a small but perfectly formed reserve.
The variety of habitats is spot on. There's a good sized lake, a marsh/reed bed area, and a pond with a scrape.
The attention to detail is lovely. There is plenty of parking for the size of the place. There are several hides which are all well-maintained. There are plenty of picnic tables including two that are covered in case of bad weather. The trails are in good nick. There are even posts dotted about with magnifying glasses to examine bugs.
It's a lovely place for the local community and I just wish there was something like this near where I live.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Have eaten Moffat toffee for years but found this new recipe to be disappointing due to the lack of tart taste. The brown outside coating totally encapulates the tart inners. Unfortunately the pack I bought didn't include the inner part. Lost of other old fashioned sweets in the shop.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Why does the Ram have no ears? Legend has it they were taking away over night be the Raiders of the Devils Beef Tub, as a reminder to all in the town of the real significance of the towns history. Beef.....
4.5 based on 14 reviews
This brilliant little cafe keeps getting better. The fantastic retro decor makes it much more of an experience than just a place to eat and drink! After a recent refurbishment it seems a lot more spacious and the menu has grown, now offering a selection of hot food (I can't recommend the hotdogs or chicken and chorizo toasties enough- YUM) as well as the consistently delicious and quirky home made scones, cakes and tray bakes that are on offer. The coffee they use is beautiful and always perfectly prepared and the milk shakes are always lush. I have family and friends in Moffat so visit quite regularly. I'm always happy to visit Carole's in a group or even on my own as the staff (the lovely Sarah, Belinda, Adam and Holly) are always happy to chat and can't do enough for you! Being a big fan of vintage I also always have a good look at the bargains in the shop and have bought some fantastic bits of clothing to add to my collection. Even if you are briefly visiting Moffat take a stroll down Well Street and check this place out for yourself, you won't be disappointed if you're looking for something a bit different! I can't wait until my next visit to see what exciting new things the owner Sarah has done with this brilliant little spot :)
5 based on 5 reviews
Located in and around the rivers and hills of Dumfries and Galloway in beautiful Moffat. You’ll see me pictured with our “business plan on a stick” which is all currently in the works. For now, you can stay in our Shepherds Hut, buy a scrumptious wood fired pizza, book onto a kayaking course, hire a mountain bike, take a guided hike in the hills around Moffat and enjoy a good coffee at base.
Beautiful location, super friendly host - all in all an awesome holiday.
Plenty to do - walking or cycling on good quality mountain bikes in stunning scenery just on the doorstep, or evening's BBQing by the river that flows past just outside the Shepherd's hut.
Hope to come again in the near future.
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