New Lanark Mill Hotel (Scotland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... mill village was well known at the time for offering decent homes and fair pay for the workers. This was under the management of a man called Robert Owen who was a social pioneer. Today the hotel is owned by The New Lanark Trust who is dedicated to the restoration and upkeep of the site, and all profits from the hotel are ploughed back into the trust which enables the conservation work to continue. For me this makes the hotel just that little bit special. A Gorgeous Setting ------------------------ Set in a stunning riverside location in a dramatic gorge close to the Falls Of Clyde the hotel affords stunning views from all its rooms. For th... more
Customer New Lanark Mill Hotel (Scotland) Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/09/11 (Very useful, 67 readings)
New Lanark Mill Hotel ------------------------------ Regular readers of my reviews will know that I spend a lot of time driving up and down the length of the country between Essex and Scotland. This often necessitates an overnight stay which we try to choose with care. The need for a good night's sleep is paramount as we often have to drive for many hours the following day. We also have the added delight of the company of our dog that travels with us, so pet friendly is vital. This excludes the Premier Inn chain and many others who are not able to accept dogs at all. For many occasions we choose the Days Inn or Holiday Inn/Express groups as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/08 (Very useful, 115 readings)
The New Lanark Mill Hotel is an unusual hotel, once a working mill, now restored to a fully functioning hotel and located right in the middle of a UNESCO World Heritage site. The hotel itself is part of New Lanark an 18th Century cotton mill & village built on the banks of the River Clyde and surrounded by woodlands. The hotel has 38 en-suite bedrooms, eight river side cottages, a restaurant, a function room, a bar and a pool/spa area. The visitor centre part of the world heritage site is part of the same trust, but is not reviewed here as we did not visit that area. So how do you find New Lanark, well from the South (I don't know of the northern way) it ... Read the complete review
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