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The weather in Moffat
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. July is the warmest month of the year in Moffat with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 19°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Moffat, with temperatures going under 3°. Bring your umbrella in December, the rainiest month of the year!
Moffat holiday cottages for your Scottish Borders break
The small town of Moffat has a range of holiday properties to suit all types of visitors. Couples may prefer Moffat accommodation in flats on the town's main street, whereas families may find larger, Victorian properties a little further out to be more suitable.
Take a trip to the sweet shop for traditional Moffat Toffee
In the middle of Moffat's High Street, you'll find Moffat Toffee Shop, which has been supplying the area's children (and adults) with sweets for generations. The local delicacy is a hard-boiled sweet rather than a chewy toffee, and has a distinctive tangy flavour. The black-and-white checked tins also make the perfect gift to take home – if you can resist eating them all first.
Mountain biking in Ae
Just outside Moffat is the small village of Ae, which has one of the shortest place names in the UK. Ae Forest attracts mountain bikers from across Scotland – whatever your age and experience level, you can take to two wheels to explore the forest. Hire bikes from the 7 Stanes centre, where you can also pick up maps guiding you around trails of varying degrees of difficulty. Keep your eyes peeled for the area's wildlife, such as red deer, sparrowhawks, and buzzards.
Head into the hills for stunning scenery and waterfalls
A well-known visitor attraction in the area is the curiously named Grey Mare's Tail. A waterfall named for its cascading water that looks just like the tail of a grey horse, it is one of the most scenic spots in southern Scotland. It's just a short walk up from the car park to the waterfall. Visit early in the morning or in the evening to avoid the daytrippers and enjoy the waterfalls all to yourself.
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