The small hotel with a BIG welcome!
Covid 19 – Update (11/9/20)
The hotel has reopened and has a range of social distancing measures / strict hygiene measures in place. From Monday 14th September it is mandatory for all guests/staff to wear a face covering while moving throughout the building (when unseated). Disposable Face Coverings can be provided at a small charge of £0.50 each.
Reservations for accommodation & food are now being taken. Due to social distancing measures/reduced capacity booking is highly recommended for our lounge bar & restaurant.
Our Public Bar area is operating on a first come first served basis.
To book please contact us on 01683 220156
A warm welcome awaits you from the Leighfield family – they have been sharing their hospitality at The Famous Star since 1985.
Situated in the heart of the High Street, The Famous Star Hotel offers an excellent base for a range of guests, from holidaying families to travelling workers.
The building itself dates back to the late 1700’s and found its fame as the World’s Narrowest Hotel as mentioned in the Guinness Book of Records.
At only 20ft wide and 162ft long, the Famous Star Hotel has plenty to offer including eight recently refurbished rooms, all with en-suite bathrooms; two bars offering a large selection of drinks to suit all tastes; and a cosy restaurant offering a wide range of traditional homemade meals.
Moffat High Street offers Free Parking at all times.
Pop in relax & unwind with a glass of malt whisky
Moffat is a beautiful Scottish town near the Southern Upland Way, a mere 2 miles from Junction 15 of the M74 and only 30 minutes from the Scotland/England border. The town is also easily reached from Scotland’s two main cities, Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Moffat and the surrounding areas offer lots to see and do, ranging from adventurous hill walks and sight seeing at Grey Mare’s Tail, to swinging a club at the Moffat Golf Club. Other local activities include fly fishing, shopping for locally sourced gifts/produce and visiting Moffat’s very own museum to explore the history of this delightful town.