C & CC Moffat

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  1. Stewart J

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    One night stopover what a super site, 200 yards into town, spotless toilets and the friendliest of wardens and a reasonable £14.25 per night with concessions. Well pleased :BigGrin:
     
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    Booked in there for a few nights shortly - on the way back down from 'more Northern' climes.
    Thanks for the feedback.:thumb:

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    'friendliest of wardens' he must be new!
     
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    We're calling there for 2 nights beginning of May, glad it's good, thanks.
     
  5. Stewart J

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    List of local inns etc in reception window all offering 10% discount to anyone staying on site on showing receipt :thumb:
     
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    Railway Inn does a good pint:thumb:
     
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    Yes ideal location Stewart, never used it due to being so close might have to give it a try one night.

    If any of you are looking for a nice cheap site close to the M74 then try the council one in Lochmaben, its right in the center of the village and over looking a lovely loch. If you take the Lockerbie turn off its about 4 miles from there.

    The village has a few pubs shops and food places.

    http://www.dumgal.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=3752
     
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    For info site is tricky to find sat nav will make you miss turn off, once into main street (called High Street) follow the white campsite signs into what appears to be a cul de sac site entrance is on left over a bridge its only here the C & CC sign is visible. :Eeek:
     
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    Site is much improved since they put in more hard standings, it used to be sopping in the wet. Try the Star Inn for a good pint, local real ale.

    Rgds
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    We were thinking of trying this site on our way home from Scotland in the summer, pubs sound ok being a real ale fan. Looks like its on.:thumb:
     
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    We have stayed at the Highfield CL on the outskirts of Lochmaben in the past.
    A bit close to the road, but really nice owners, couldn't be more helpful.....just don't go when it's been raining heavily as where the vans sit is in a bit of a dip.

    Bill
     
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