Restaurants in Lanarkshire
Once full of steel works, coal mines and heavy engineering, Lanarkshire is proud of its industrial past which is displayed in places like Summerlee Heritage Park in Coatbridge, the David Livingstone Centre in Blantyre and the Motherwell Heritage Centre, which tells the story of North Lanarkshire.
For some gentle scenery take a trip along the Clyde Valley Tourist Route towards Lanark with its pretty villages and friendly local pubs. Don't miss the Falls of Clyde or the historic New Lanark, a world heritage site that's changed little in 200 years.
|New Lanark Mill Hotel - New Lanark
|Originally an eighteenth-century cotton mill, this is brilliantly restored hotel and restaurant does a grand job as part of the New Lanark village World Heritage Site
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