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New Lanark Mill Hotel & Self Catering Waterhouses

New Lanark Mill Hotel & Self Catering Waterhouses

4.5 of 5 • 97 reviews
Corehouse
£74
Scottish Equestrian B&B

Scottish Equestrian B&B

4.5 of 5 • 11 reviews
Hyndfordbridge-end
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Best Western Cartland Bridge Hotel

Best Western Cartland Bridge Hotel

4.3 of 5 • 11 reviews
Corehouse
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Station House

Station House

4.8 of 5 • 8 reviews
Lanark
£57
Robertson Arms Hotel

Robertson Arms Hotel

4.4 of 5 • 25 reviews
Lanark
£71
The Village Inn

The Village Inn

3.4 of 5 • 12 reviews
Hyndfordbridge-end
£42
The Wallace Cottage

The Wallace Cottage

Corehouse
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Popinjay Hotel & Spa

Popinjay Hotel & Spa

3.9 of 5 • 66 reviews
Gowkthrapple
£50
The Elphinstone Hotel

The Elphinstone Hotel

3.9 of 5 • 84 reviews
Lanark
£54
Cornhill Castle Hotel

Cornhill Castle Hotel

4.6 of 5 • 18 reviews
Lanark
£67

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Pocket Guide: Lanark

Delve deep into Scotland’s magnificent history with a stay in Lanark. This popular and pivotal town, in the central Lanarkshire borough, nestles in between Glasgow and the capital city of Edinburgh. Lanark hotels are plentiful and can be booked quickly and easily with the Expediahotel search tool.

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This 12th century town was home to Scotland’s first parliament! Find out more at the Lanark Museum. Exhibitions tell the story of William Wallace and Robert the Bruce, local trade and industry, military action, agriculture and aviation. Groups are welcomed but must pre-book appointments.

Lanark Moor Country Park is based on the Lanark Loch, where visitors can hire out boats or enjoy a spot of fishing. There is also inviting green space for picnics and scenic strolls. Those who like to play golf might enjoy the putting green, and finish with a snack at one of the food kiosks.

The New Lanark Visitor Centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, an attraction that takes guests around an 18th century mill. The ghost of a young mill girl invites people back in time at the Annie McLeod Experience. There is also a roof garden, village store, Robert Owen’s School for Children and Millworkers House.

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