Carluke

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Population: 13500
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Braehead House Christian Healing Centre
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Carluke is a large old Mining town positioned in South Lanarkshire in Scotland, which is home to just over thirteen and a half thousand people. The village grew as a settlement when Monks arrived in centuries past, agricultural activities, fruit growing were prominent industries, and when the Industrial Revolution arrived coal mining, brick making and cotton weaving stepped forward. Today's visitors are readily drawn to the town as it's positioned overlooking the Clyde Valley and beautiful Scottish countryside which once saw Bonnie Prince Charles's Army making their way to Carluke in 1746, and it's a few miles or so from the birthplace of Scottish hero William Wallace (Braveheart). A walk around the town will uncover an ornate Water Fountain in The market, the best preserved windmill in Scotland, a range of Pubs serving a Scottish welcome and a dram or two, a good choice of shops and a surprising Shopping Centre, plenty of cafes and many restaurants to try. For those who wish to stay for a while there is a wide choice of B&B's, attractive old stone cottages, hotels nearby, and even an historic school to try, and with the close proximity of the Clyde River with its network of footpaths and cycleways it's conveniently placed.

Church

Braehead House Christian Healing Centre

Estate Agent

Braxfield
Jack P & G
John R Muir & Co
Morison & Smith

Golf Club

Carluke

Pub and Bar

Black Bull Inn
Crossford Inn
Old Store Bar
Railway Inn
The Wee Thackit

School

Carluke High School
Carluke Primary School
Kirkton Primary School

Shops

Rosebank Garden Centre
Sandyholm Garden Centre
Goulding Growers
Headspoint Garden Centre
Overton Farm Shop

Places to Stay near Carluke

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Douglashall B&B (0.55 miles)

Douglashall B&B
Douglashall is new to the Bed and Breakfast market and has been renovated to an extremely high standard, offering top end 3 star quality surroundings (Visit Scotland Accreditation). This family run business has been established ... More | visit website
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Popinjay Hotel (2.74 miles)

Popinjay Hotel

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The Popinjay Hotel is located in the heart of the Famous Clyde Valley. Nestling next to the banks of the River Clyde the hotel is set within 4 acres of private ... More | visit website

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Herdshill Guest House (2.79 miles)

Herdshill Guest House
Our Family; Double and Single Rooms all come fitted with En-suite facilities; TV; Tea and Coffee making facilities and more.For those coming on Holiday or to visit family and friends we are ideally situated and ... More | visit website
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Cartland Bridge Country House Hotel (4.33 miles)

Cartland Bridge Country House Hotel

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Set in its own private grounds, surrounded by the stunning Lanark countryside, the hotel has recently undergone a refurbished all our bedrooms, to a very high standard, and you can ... More

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Shawlands Hotel (4.40 miles)

Shawlands Hotel

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Situated in rural Lanarkshire overlooking the beautifull Clyde Valley. This family run hotel currently undergoing a multi million pound refurbishment and expansion programme has a choice of standard or premier ... More

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The Commercial Hotel (4.64 miles)

The Commercial Hotel
If you are looking for a venue that combines super-stylish rooms and great entertainment in an optimum location, then The Commercial Hotel, Wishaw, North Lanarkshire might just be the place for you! Located in the ... More | visit website
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The Old School Guest House (4.84 miles)

The Old School Guest House
Our spacious rooms offer a high standard of luxury and quality. All rooms have been either newly built or fully refurbished and have en-suite facilities with extra large shower cubicles, king sized beds, LCD/DVD TV's, ... More | visit website
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New Lanark Mill Hotel (5.29 miles)

New Lanark Mill Hotel
The New Lanark Mill Hotel is part of UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hotel has spacious en suite rooms, a restaurant, bar and swimming pool. New Lanark is a small 18th century village, designed as a ... More | visit website
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Ridgeland House (7.20 miles)

Ridgeland House
A warm welcome awaits you at Ridgeland House. A family run bed and breakfast in a beautiful country location ideally situated for tourists or business people visiting the area around Lanarkshire.

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Dyke Croft Farm (7.28 miles)

Dyke Croft Farm
Dykecroft Farm B & B is situated in Lesmahagow, Lanarkshire. ... More

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