Lanarkshire hotels provide a warm welcome to walkers and cyclists looking to explore the area’s vast network of paths, trails and tracks.
Allanfauld Farm is situated at the foot of the Kilsyth hills and close to the Forth and Clyde canals, making it a popular base for walkers and cyclists. In fact, the farm offers a pick up/drop off service for people coming to the area to take advantage of the fantastic trails. The working farm’s successful and welcoming B&B business offers three rooms in the farmhouse and a self-contained luxury wooden house situated in the garden, which sleeps up to three people.
The Tollpark section of Scotland’s famous Antonine Wall lies just behind the Castlecary House Hotel near Cumbernauld, making it a popular venue for walkers keen to visit the Roman landmark. After exploring this pretty woodland walk, relax in the hotel’s pleasant rooms or enjoy freshly-prepared, home-cooked food in the Cary Bar and Grill.
The Popinjay Hotel in the charming village of Rosebank welcomes walkers and cyclists keen to take advantage of the new and improved paths and tracks which form the Clyde Walkway. The hotel, one of the central belt’s most famous, is the starting point for the Rosebank Circular, a woodland walk which takes in Stonebyres Falls. The Tudor-style country house celebrates heritage and modern comforts side by side, with romantic scenery, pleasant rooms and all-day dining.
Tinto Hotel is an excellent base for those planning to climb Tinto Hill, a great walk with resulting spectacular views as far afield as the Lake District and Northern Ireland’s mountains of Mourne. Nestled in five acres of stunning gardens, this traditional country house hotel boasts standard, superior and dog-friendly rooms, and its restaurant serves up fantastic breakfasts, a diverse range of classic and contemporary dishes, and delicious Sunday brunch.