things to do during your stay
Clyde Valley National Tourist Route
This 42-mile long driving route follows the River Clyde towards Lanark, passing through villages and picturesque countryside.
Attractions on the route include the World Heritage Site of New Lanark, a model industrial community founded in the 18th century. Also worth stopping at is the magnificently restored former hunting lodge of Chatelherault, near Hamilton, and the David Livingstone Centre at Blantyre. There are also the very scenic Falls of Clyde.