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Fishing on the Tweed

At your pace

The Wee Cottage offers an excellent base for relaxing or taking advantage on the recreational treats.

Step outside the door of the Wee Cottage and you can take a stroll around the town and it’s many parks and river walks. The town is surrounded by some serious hills which are just short of Munro height. Most notable is the Grey Mare’s Tale owned and managed by the National Trust for Scotland. Here you can search for fossils, picnic or spot some of the birds of prey which nest in the area. There’s also two nature reserves on the outskirts of the town where you can see a variety of flora and fauna.

Nearby you can fish - professionally or as a novice. Rod hire is available in the town for the 3 fishing ponds at the local Hammerlands Centre which also has an adventure play park, animal farm and garden centre.

For those looking for something slightly more adventurous, horse riding, quad biking and cycling are all available in the area. Dumfries and Galloway has one of the best mountain bike courses in the world in the form of 7stanes.

The art of cooking is something you can take advantage of at the Wee Cottage. All the utensils and facilities are in the apartments - all you need is the right ingredients which can be sourced at the family run butchers, bakers, fruit and veg shop and delicatessen in the town. However if you would like to indulge in fine dining there are several excellent eateries in Moffat, serving local Scottish cuisine to Italian, Indian and Chinese.

Relaxing may be at the top end of your agenda. You can take the time to browse and relax in the town or book in to one of the local beauty and health shops, where you can be pampered.

If you have the urge for some major shopping therapy, you can visit the unique shops in Moffat, Peebles or Biggar. Dumfries and Galloway has branded three of it’s towns - Castle Douglas is known as the food town, due it’s abundance of locally grown produce, Kirkcudbright is the artists’ town due to it’s heritage with artists visiting and staying over the years - most noticeable the Scottish Colourists, and Wigtown - Scotland’s National Book Town which contains twenty quality second hand book shops. If you still haven’t fulfilled your shopping therapy then the delights of Historic Edinburgh - it’s castle, Princess Street and the old town, and cosmopolitan Glasgow are approximately 1 hour away by car.

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