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New Lanark

New Lanark is a quaint village that rests on the banks of the majestic River Clyde, historically known as a cotton mill village. This textile industry work that came to define the village can still be seen in much of the surrounding architecture, as well as in a number of museums, which celebrate this rich heritage.

Visitors often enjoy taking long riverside walks along the Clyde and up to the Falls of Clyde nature reserve to admire the waterfalls, idyllic landscape and the wildlife that makes the area its home. There is also easy access to the towns of Lanark and Biggar as well as further afield to the metropolitan hubs of Edinburgh or Glasgow – both within an hour’s drive of the town.

We love New Lanark because...

  • Ideal for riverside walks
  • Idyllic landscape
  • Former cotton mill village
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New Lanark Mill Hotel
New Lanark Mills New Lanark ML11 9DB

Many hotels will claim to be unique, but New Lanark Mill Hotel offers something truly different - step outside into a living piece of history.

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New Lanark Mill Hotel
New Lanark Mills New Lanark ML11 9DB

Many hotels will claim to be unique, but New Lanark Mill Hotel offers something truly different - step outside into a living piece of history.

In and around New Lanark

Little Sparta

This wondrous garden was created by the great artist Ian Hamilton Finlay, to showcase his finest works. A fusion of poetry and sculpture, expressed over a natural landscape and encompassing horticultural aspects and materials. This truly unique art garden and gallery is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon.

National Museum of Rural Life

An award-winning museum showing a rare and insightful look into the ways of the people from the local area, particularly those living in the countryside. Experience sights and smells from a replica 1950’s farm, with all the animals present, as they would have been. Discover the issues faced through the change of seasons, explore the recreated farmhouse and learn about the last 300 years of rural history.

Falls of Clyde

This group of four waterfalls are a wonderful sight, with the tallest cascading water down an impressive 84 feet! There are a number of great woodland walks in the area, some of which allow for views of the waterfalls as well as many species of wildlife including over 100 bird species, which include peregrines and kingfishers.

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