Founded in 1785 in a dramatic gorge close to the famous Falls of Clyde, the mill village of New Lanark quickly became known all over the world under the enlightened management of social pioneer, Robert Owen. The Village of New Lanark, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has been beautifully restored as a living, working community and as part of that restoration, New Lanark Mill Hotel was created. Secluded yet accessible, we hold an enviable location in the rural splendour of the Clyde Valley.
Ensuite bathroom with invigorating shower
Tea and coffee making facilities
32" flat screen televisions with built in freeview
Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access
Stunning views of the River Clyde or conservation village
Extensive wine list
Local seasonal produce
Informal bar and lounge dining throughout the day
Rest and relaxation
16.5 metre swimming pool
Surrounded by native woodlands and close to the famous Falls of Clyde the New Lanark Mill Hotel is ideal for woodland walks and wildlife spotting at the Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve. We truly have one of the most atmospheric settings in the country.