Must be seen to be appreciated, sited on a premium plot.
At Moffat Manor, we’ve created an environment and range of facilities that we think you’ll find hard to beat. Explore over 80 acres of mature woodlands, quaint streams, a private Loch and endless country walks. The park is a haven for wildlife including many rare and protected species. Then to unwind, the newly refurbished Alfred's Bar & Bistro is friendly and inviting, offering fresh, home-cooked food and speciality afternoon teas daily. Plus, there is a brand new play area for the kids to enjoy and an on-site shop for all your essentials. Moffat Manor is one of the very best holiday parks in Scotland and is becoming more popular every single year.
No wonder our owners travel from far and wide to enjoy a more relaxing way of life in the unspoiled countryside of this quiet south west corner of Scotland.
To arrange a visit, make an enquiry or request a brochure please get in touch here.
Explore Dumfries and Galloway and discover deserted beaches, estuaries full of wildlife and miles of stunning countryside like the Galloway Forest Park, 300 square miles of forest, moorland and lochs. Delve into history with a visit to the museums and visitor centres, check out the fabulous gardens, sample the local food and drink and enjoy the culture of this naturally inspiring region in the art galleries and bookshops tucked away in the heart of the towns.
Close to home you’ll find Moffat, a delightful, small town to stroll around and frequent winner of the Scotland in Bloom Award. Moffat Golf Club was established in 1884 and the present course, designed by the great Ben Sayers, was opened in 1905. Enjoying spectacular views over the town and surrounding hills, the course presents an interesting and varied challenge to members and visitors alike.
There’s plenty nearby to keep the children entertained too. Enjoy a memorable experience at Cream o' Galloway and discover what goes on behind the scenes to create the scrumptious ice cream. Spend an afternoon at Dalscone Farm Fun and see animals such as llamas, donkeys and pigs in their 'Farmari'.
You won’t be short of places to visit or things to do.