BEST WESTERN Cartland Bridge Hotel

Address: Glasgow Road, Lanark, South Lanarkshire, Scotland, ML11 9UE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Glasgow Road, Lanark, is near New Lanark World Heritage Village and Falls of Clyde Visitor Centre and Wildlife Reserve.
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      New Lanark

      A travel blog entry by havingfun on Jun 17, 2014

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      New Lanark: The first of it's kind...

      The town of Robert Owen founded in 1785 by David Dale, was a cotton spinning village. It was known as "the great experiment" where individuals were treated with respect and the first infant school was made for young children. All children ages 6-10 were sent to school and the school was paid for by the mill. After age 10, ...

      Edinburgh all day

      A travel blog entry by carolandmartin on Aug 02, 2013


      After getting our driving instructions last night from Jo, we headed into the park and pay bus depot which was supposed to take 10 mins - huh 30 mins later after taking the wrong turn we arrived at the depot. We travelled into Edinburgh via Murrayfield rugby ground. We weren't able to get onto the pitch but were able to get into the stands so M had his photo taken there. It was great to see the ground and it wasn't far from J and J home.
      We then travelled into Edinburgh and after ...


      A travel blog entry by tagmoore on Apr 14, 2013

      24 photos

      ... see there and it also gave us amazing views of the city. One of the more famous residents was Mary Queen of Scots but the castle was used many times in battle against the English. Being in such a great position ontop of a giant volcanic rock with only one side accessible, the castle was never actually taken by force. Today we left Edinburgh and arrived in Paris. We spent the evening sorting out James' lost wallet and then took a walk to the Moulin Rouge and Sacre-Couer.

      Quality city

      A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Aug 08, 2012

      5 photos

      ... though.

      The following morning we got up early to explore Edinburgh castle. I pre booked the tickets online so all we had to do was type in a code on a machine at the castle to receive out tickets. I somehow found this really difficult and had to get the girls to help me which was slightly embarrassing.

      Once we finally got in there it was pretty amazing. We took some nice pictures and walked around some museums within the castle. We queued up to see the ...

      Small or Supper

      A travel blog entry by pmaustin on May 28, 2012

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... Roger had to hold the cars back from me but it was only about 7 miles,,phew!!!!!

      A country road to Lesmahagow, this looked like a biggish place on the map but when we got there, there was no B&B to be seen, a pub that said accommodation and reminded me of the Commercial Inn in Bishopsteignton when it was the Commercial Inn. Yes,, we are staying here and have yet to find somewhere to eat tonight.