This is your one stop shop for finding suitable accommodation for your visit to Moniaive.
There’s a choice of hotels and self catering. We do not have a permanent Camp site but there is a temporary one during festival weekends.
There is an information board in the car park listing places of interest, local walks and landmarks located in the village car park and picnic area.
Once you’ve arranged your accommodation have a look at the options for eating, drinking and shopping.
“I’ve just returned home from an autumn break in Moniaive with my dad. We stayed in a cottage in Moniaive and had a lovely week. The village is quaint and idyllic. The people were friendly and the area picturesque. The weather stayed fine so we were able to get out and see the surrounding area. It gets a big thumbs up from me and I would definitely consider going back there again”. – K. Wilson
Moniaive Post Office Opening Hours
Located in Watson’s Grocers on the High Street. Post Box just opposite next to the cherry tree.
Mon 9am – 1pm
Tue – CLOSED
Wed 9am – 1pm
Thu – CLOSED
Fri 9am – 1pm
Sat 9am – 1pmv
Watson’s Licensed Grocers
High Street at the Market Cross.
7am-8pm Monday to Friday
9am-5pm Sunday (including Sunday papers).
Lottery outlet. Note no liquor sold before 10am daily and 12 noon Sunday.
Attached to the George Hotel. Open Tuesday to Sunday 10.30am until 5pm. Evening Bistro nights advertised on website. www.glenwhisk.co.uk
Craigdarroch Arms Hotel and Restaurant
Piccola Italia ristorante/pizzeria
In the High Street. Serves pizza and pasta and an a la carte menu of meditteranean style dishes from local produce. 01848 200400
Petrol Station and Garage
High Street opposite the George Hotel and beside the Dalwhat Bridge. Open Mon – Sat 7am – 6pm.
Situated in Ayr Street, just past the Mercat Cross and opposite the Tower House. Ladies, Gents and Disabled.
There is a car park and picnic area beside the river at the foot of Dunregan Brae. Entering the village from the east turn right just before crossing the bridge then left into the car park. From the west continue along High Street, cross the bridge turn left then left again. From the south turn right into High Street, cross the bridge turn left then left again.
There is a tourist information board in the car park. Leaflets are also available in the Green Tea House and The Craigdarroch Arms.
Other travel info including a map.
Phone box and post box
Located in centre of village under cherry tree seating area opposite the Cross.
Next to the Market Cross. Timetable details.
How to get to Striding Arches
Head along North Street (from the Market cross head towards the Tower House then turn right.) Continue along here for just under seven miles to reach Cairnhead. The single track paved road gives way eventually to a forest road but is still suitable for cars. Please watch for red squirrels when travelling this road.
St Ninian’s Church
This is situated in North Street not far from the Tower House.
Glencairn Parish Church: In the hamlet of Kirkland, 1.87 miles outside of Moniaive on the A702 to Dumfries.
Cemetery: In Kirkland at Glencarin Parish Church.
Surgeries at Moniaive: Rosevale, Chapel Street 01848 200244, Dunscore: Kirkgate 01387 820266 and Dumfries: 7 Buccleuch St 01387 262012.
Times: Mon-Wed & Fri: MONIAIVE: 9-10.15am and 4.45-5.45pm
DUNSCORE 9-10.15am and 3.45-5.45pm
Thursday: MONIAIVE: 9-10.15am; DUNSCORE 9-10.15am and 3.45-5.45pm; DUMFRIES 11-1pm.
EMERGENCY CALL ARRANGEMENTS 01387 820266
Football pitch and play area. Dogs must be kept on a lead. Entrances on Ayr Street, Park Road and Sawmill Green. Site of Annual Gala Day and other events.
Football pitch. Entrance off Duneggan at start of village. Location of John Corrie Wildlife garden and bridge over Cairn to the old station yard and school giving a circular riverside walk round the village. Site of new geodial (outdoor classroom) and site of annual bonfire.
Please see the business directory