A Scottish stone's throw away from the Royal Burgh of Lanark in the Clyde Valley stands Best Western Cartland Bridge Hotel. Completed in the late 1800's, the hotel is the finest example of Sir John James Burnett's Baronial style of Scottish architecture and is a Grade A listed building as a result! An hour's drive from Glasgow and Edinburgh, and set in 19 acres of woodland, this 3 star hotel is virtually unchanged (and therefore unspoilt) from its days as the most splendid of family mansions. Now, the hotel serves as an excellent venue for business meetings, conferences, weddings and social events, each catered for within a varied range of suites. Our fantastic facilities accommodate gatherings for two or 250 guests, with ample free parking to make coming and going as they please an easier proposition. From the greenery to the gorgeousness, this excellent location is hard to beat in anyone's book, but we still aim for the highest standards and raise the bar every day (as well as opening one too)! Enjoy your stay.
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No pets allowed
“Super hotel and staff”
By Margaret M
Sutherland on 15-Sep-17
Arrived on off chance that they may have a room available for the night, and they had and we looked at this marvellously big spacious room with a huge bed which was extremely comfortable and lovely...
Beautiful building in lovely garden. Room was so good with big comfy bed. Like staying in a stately home. Did not have dinner there but breakfast was fantastic all freshly cooked. Staff friendly and...
We had booked the honeymoon suite the night of our wedding and we felt like we had stepped into a 60s shrine. The breakfast was the worst meal we have ever had the toast was so hard we thought it was...