Self contained studio apartment with own entrance door & private parking. Double bed, open plan sitting area with TV/DVD player, shower room & kitchenette area with fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster & sandwich toaster. Small single guest bed. Travel cot if required ( but you will need to bring your own cot bedding) Please note that there is no oven or hob, and that the microwave is the only cooking facility. Dog friendly
“Certamente recomendaria uma estadia com Kay e Scott no Barn, perto de New Lanark. Houve uma recepção calorosa com alguns toques inesperados para mim e os cães. Estúdio muito limpo, arrumado e confortável, que seria uma excelente base para explorar a área.”
Maynes Lodge is a single storey cottage, privately situated 0.5 miles from the village of Symington, near Biggar and has a private enclosed garden with spectacular views over Tinto Hill and surrounding woodlands and farmland. It is the perfect location to enjoy many outdoor pursuits, from hillwalking, cycling & fishing, or visiting the towns of Biggar, Lanark & Peebles, yet only 45 minutes drive to Edinburgh and Glasgow. One well behaved dog welcome at no extra charge. 3 Nights minimum stay.
Marygreen is a cosy, bespoke and beautifully furnished cottage nestled perfectly within the centre of the Royal Burgh of Lanark. With a garden, bespoke bedrooms, homely living room, modern shower room and kitchen (not to mention the rustic log fireplace), Marygreen Cottage is the ideal place to stay for short breaks as well as for business. Situated just 250 metres from Lanark town centre, the cottage is also just minutes away from the World Heritage Site of New Lanark Village, and a 5 -10 minute walk to both the train and bus stations connecting the town to both Glasgow and Edinburgh. The cottage also lies close to both the natural haven of the Clyde Walkway and the majestic and iconic Corra Linn waterfall. Lanark boasts stunning architecture, unique shops and a selection of quality restaurants. With secure, off road parking, it is the perfect base for visiting the local area and for visiting Glasgow and Edinburgh which are both less than an hour by car or train.