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West moss-side
Campsite: 6754 Dumfries and Galloway


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We are situated in a quiet peaceful rural area overlooking the Solway Firth, with stunning views across to Skiddaw and the Lake District.

We have access directly onto the beach, which is ideal for dog walking birdwatching etc.

Powfoot golf club is a short walk where you will also find a restaurant and pub.

All local facilities can be found in Annan, which is 4 miles away, or Dumfries - 12 miles.

We are on the Seven Staynes cycle route, so this is an ideal stopping point for cyclists wishing to take a break.

There are plenty of things to see and do and many places of historical interest, situated along the Solway coast heritage trail.

This property appears courtesy of CampsitesCaravanSites.co.uk

view from site
view from site
looking over to silloth
looking over to silloth

  Area:   --   Pitches:   5   Hardstandings:   5   Statics:   --

Cafe:   N   Play Area:   N   Chemical Toilet Disposal:   Y
Disabled Facilities:   N   Electric Hookup:   Y   Entertainment:   N
Gas Refills:   N   Internet Access:   N   Laundry:   N
Bar:   N   Indoor Pool:   N   Outdoor Pool:   N
Pets Welcome:   Y   Showers:   N   Toilets:   Y
Shop:   N                

From Annan follow B724 Solway Coast Heritage Trail for 4m. At Cummertrees turn 3rd on left into the Moss Road site-approximately 1m.
See map.

Pricing and Opening Times
Caravans and Motor-homes £12 per night; Tents £10 per night.

Open all year.

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