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Clyde Valley

Clyde Valley

This peaceful town lies on the edge of the pristine Clyde Valley in a sheltered position, ideal for travel into the metropolitan centre of Glasgow, the scenic Western Coast of Scotland or the capital city of Edinburgh. The town has a rich cultural history of heavy industry, which gives it a unique charm and contributes greatly to some of the historic architecture and buildings on show. There are many areas of natural beauty within easy reach of the town, including Morag Glen, a delightful wooded gorge – ideal for walking. Chatelherault Country Park is also nearby and is a wonderful location to spend an afternoon with a picnic, exploring the many nature walks.

We love Clyde Valley because...

  • Central location
  • Nearby countryside attractions
  • Rich cultural history
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Hotels
Hotels in Clyde Valley
The Popinjay Hotel and Spa
15 Lanark Road Larkhall ML8 5QB

This historic hotel expertly blends a unique vintage charm with sophisticated modern interiors, alongside an excellent spa and health club, restaurant and bar – all within an idyllic location.

2 nights from
£110.00pp
The Popinjay Hotel and Spa
15 Lanark Road Larkhall ML8 5QB

This historic hotel expertly blends a unique vintage charm with sophisticated modern interiors, alongside an excellent spa and health club, restaurant and bar – all within an idyllic location.

In and around Clyde Valley

Falls of Clyde

This scenic reserve is home to a spectacular range of cascading waterfalls, woodland walks and a huge range of both birdlife and Scottish wildlife, including peregrine falcons, kingfishers, badgers and otters – ideal for the avid wildlife, watching enthusiast. The riverside walks take visitors on scenic and self-guided routes to points with excellent views over the waterfalls.

New Lanark World Heritage Village

A former 18th century cotton-spinning mill, this heritage site has the honour of being listed as one of Scotland’s six UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Outstanding Universal Value, opening the doors to over 300,000 visitors each year. Guests are invited inside to learn the history of the building, view the textile machinery and hear the stories of the people who lived and worked here. There is also a fascinating Annie McLeod Experience ride, which takes visitors on a journey back through time, a rooftop garden, and much, much more.

Chatelherault Country Park

Built as a hunting lodge and summer residence in the early 18th century for the Duke of Hamilton, this famous visitor attraction is now open to the public and has been described as a ‘Jewel in the Landscape’. The restored mansion now serves as a visitor centre, exhibition gallery café and gift shop. Visitors are treated to over 10 miles of wonderful countryside walks and trails through the ancient woodlands, before retiring to the café for a hot drink.

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