Dog-friendly cottages in Moffat
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Explore Moffat with your dog from our dog-friendly accommodation
This former burgh in Dumfries and Galloway was once a centre for wool trade and a spa town with a museum that showcases the wonderful heritage of the area. Today, the real reason many travellers escape to our dog-friendly cottages in Moffat is to step out on The Annandale Way, one of Scotland's Great Trails and a fantastic route for taking in the stunning landscape if you have an energetic pup who can tackle this walking trail with you. The entire footpath is a remarkable 56 miles, but from Moffat you can conquer the first stretch of this trail on a trek into the nearby Moffat Hills.
Back in town, Station Park is a serene place for a gentler stroll while there are plenty of delightful and dog-friendly places to dine out with your happy hound. Another unmissable beauty spot near our dog-friendly Moffat cottages is Grey Mares Tail Nature Reserve, just 10 miles from town where you can see the magical Grey Mare's Tail, a 60-metre waterfall. Discover even more of pet-friendly Scotland in our Canine guide to Scotland.
Dog-friendly Moffat is a wonderful destination for your next Scottish getaway with plenty of natural spaces to enjoy and amenities to ensure a relaxed trip. Unwind back in a cosy dog-friendly cottage in Moffat with your pup, whether you’re seeking a big group holiday home, a family-friendly escape or a couples’ hideaway, we’ve no doubt you’ll soon find pet-friendly accommodation to suit you in Moffat or the surrounding region. Discover more self-catering cottages welcoming dogs throughout our Dumfries and Galloway portfolio or in our range of dog-friendly Scotland retreats. Begin planning your next break by browsing our dog-friendly cottages in Moffat.