Developed and run by the Larmour family since 1982 these four spacious lodges built of stone and red cedar within the grounds of Heathery Haugh estate are on the outskirts of Moffat, but within walking distance of all the amenities of the town.
Heatheryhaugh Lodges are located at the outskirts of the picturesque town of Moffat with its many interesting shops,restaurants and pubs. The location is ideal for exploring much of Central and Southern Scotland. One hour drive south from Glasgow or Edinburgh and 45 minutes from Carlisle to the south. The region has an appealing mix of pursuits; from visiting historical sites, stately homes and museums, to golf, fishing, cycling and walking. There really is something for everyone.
WHAT TO DO.
Around Moffat itself are sign posted footpaths and for those wishing to walk further there is a host of inviting rambles including sections of Southern Upland Way, the hills of Queensbury, Hartfell, the Devil's Beef Tub and Grey Mare's Tail to name a few. Located at the centre of the famous "7stanes" mountain biking venues, Moffat is an ideal base for cycling enthusiasts both on and off road.
The area is home to many golf courses; those close to Moffat include Dumfries, Powfoot, Southerness, Lockerbie and Lochmaben as well as Moffat's 18 hole course.
Where are we?
Heatheryhaugh Lodges are located at the outskirts of the quiet, picturesque town of Moffat, with its many restaurants and pubs, bank and post office. It is ideally situated for exploring much of Scotland, being less than one hour's drive from Carlisle and an hour from either Glasgow or Edinburgh. The region has an appealing collection of art and craft galleries, museums and great houses, Drumlanrig Castle being the foremost.