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Inns in Moffat

Annandale Arms Hotel
High Street
Moffat
Dumfries and Galloway

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Only a minute off the motorway (M74), the Annandale Arms Hotel offers you a truly warm Scottish welcome. Set in the centre of the attractive and popular village of Moffat, you can enjoy the tranquility.

We have a first class restaurant serving the best of local produce, from Buccleuch Estates beef to organic lamb from Glen Ken. Our salmon, trout and scallops are as good as Scotland gets. The cellar boasts some 100 bins with a selection of 50 malt whiskies. The hotel's convenient position in the centre of the village, but with its close proximity to the countryside, makes it a perfect base to explore the hills and glens of historic southern Scotland. The imposing Georgian façade encapsulates all that is best in traditional Scottish hospitality. This has been recognised formally by the award of the Les Routiers Gold Key 2001 for 'hotels who achieve a level of excellence above and beyond that of merely 'very good''. If you wish to visit Edinburgh or Glasgow, they are both only one hour away by car.

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