Review on New Lanark Mill Hotel
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. The building overlooks the River Clyde, and there are particularly good views from the windows of the formal Mill One Restaurant on the second level.
The dining room is a picture of elegance and serenity, with its original barrel-vaulted ceiling and other traditional features. It makes a fine backdrop for modern food with Scottish and Mediterranean influences. Starters such as tournedos of salmon with spiced lentils and fig chutney of oatmeal-crusted goats' cheese might lead on to pan-fried loin of local lamb with roast butternut squash and spiced cabbage, seared sea bass with aubergine chips, cumin, carrot and minted yoghurt or aged Lanarkshire steaks. Warm gingerbread with pear compote and clotted cream is a typical dessert.
Sunday lunch is a carvery; otherwise light lunches are served in the bar. In addition to in-house accommodation, there are self-catering 'Waterhouses' by the river bank.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.30pm Sun
Dinner: 7.00 - 9.30pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express