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B and Bs in Carluke

Douglashall B&B
Carnwath Road

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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 into a pre 19th century cottage with features that reflect this ambiance, whilst being modern with efficient service. Each of the available rooms have been furnished with the client in mind, ensuring that a comfortable stay is the order of the day. Douglashall is ideally located to enable the client, whether you are here for business or leisure, to enjoy easy access to the motorway structure for both Edinburgh and Glasgow, whilst offering excellent local sight-seeing Situated in Carluke, Douglashall is close to the town centre which offers good restaurants and social meeting places, also, being in the heart of the Clyde Valley Tourist Area, provides many amenities for outdoor pursuits such as walking, cycling, fishing and champioship golf courses. Carluke train station, which is a short walking distance away, offers excellent connections to both major cities. Glasgow has recently been described on BBC radio as the next best shopping location in Britain, after London. Edinburgh, on the other hand, is equally steeped in architectural history and, whilst being the capital of Scotland, offers exceptional beauty and character. Combine these attractions with a very comfortable stay and you have the makings of a memorable experience at Douglashall.

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