To celebrate our recent Green Tourism Bronze Award, Queensberry House is offering a 10 per cent discount, plus a free copy of the bestseller walker’s guide The Dumfriesshire Dales.
Travel by public transport, on bicycle or on foot and stay for three nights or more and we will reward you with a 10 per cent discount. We are also throwing in a free walker’s guide – The Dumfriesshire Dales – your gateway to a rich, rural playground without the crowds of the Lake District or the Highlands.
Coming by car, motorcycle or aeroplane?
Don’t worry – you can still join in the eco fun. Why not do your bit for the environment and carbon offset your travel? For example, a return journey by car from London to Moffat would be just £4*.
Invest in trees
One way to carbon offset in Moffat would be to make a donation to our local community woodlands (pictured above) where your money will be spent on tree planting and maintaining a healthy biodiverse green space.
Discover a walker’s paradise
The Dumfriesshire Dales is written by local writers, Darren Flint and Donald Greig of Slow Britain Dumfries & Galloway fame, and published by Pocket Mountains here in Moffat, this handy pocket-size guide of 40 of the authors’ favourite walks will inspire you to get out and explore every inch of this spectacular countryside. And it’s all within easy reach of Queensberry House.
Book now and save
To book your stay at Queensberry House and take advantage of our offer, call 01683 478341 or visit our website. We have secure storage for bicycles.
The small print
The 10% discount offer is only available for direct bookings for stays of three nights or more. Book through our website or by phone. Discount will be applied on confirmation of booking. The 10% discount and The Dumfriesshire Dales are only available to guests who travel by public transport or bicycle or on foot. One copy of The Dumfriesshire Dales per booking. For stays until 31 March 2020.
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*700 miles at 50mpg = 0.16 tonne carbon x £25 = £4 (£25 plants and protects 25 sq metres of woodland, enough to capture 1 tonne of co2 (source: Woodland Trust)
Photograph: courtesy of Moffat Community Woodlands