Lodge / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2

Key Info
  • Not suitable for children
  • Car essential
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Luxury Self Catering 4 Star Luxury holiday lodges situated in the heart of Lanarkshire in the Scottish countryside near the historic towns of Biggar, Lanark and New Lanark.

Welcome to Kirkfield Gardens where you can retreat to the country in purpose built Canadian Cedar Lodges to enjoy fantastic views of Tinto and the surrounding area, yet be only minutes from historic New Lanark and the restaurants and shops of Lanark town.

Cottages for 2 - Kirkfield Garden's 2 lodge houses are unique purpose build holiday properties created with luxurious comfort and relaxation in mind. From stepping onto the beautiful American oak floor and Italian tiled bathroom (all heated under floor) to then watching the sun go down from your private external covered sitting area you will enjoy every minute of your stay with us. Each lodge is built to accommodate two people, these lodges offer relaxation within beautiful private grounds in a delightful area of Lanarkshire.

Size Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 En suites
Access Car essential
Nearest Amenities 2 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Glasgow Airport. 45 km, Nearest railway: Lanark Station 8 km
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player
General Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer
Furniture Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, Bicycles available
Access Secure parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users

The South Lanarkshire region

THE historic burgh of Lanark was the location of the first meeting of the Scots Parliament in 978.

Visitors to the town can visit the nearby World Heritage Site of New Lanark, close to the Falls of Clyde, the Corehouse estate and the Scottish Wildlife Trust's Corehouse Nature Reserve. The Lanark Museum is located in West Port. A large boating lake, Lanark Loch, adjoins a golf course and the former racecourse, the latter offering pony-trekking activities. The town's Castlebank Park lies near the former site of Lanark Castle, and allows access to the River Clyde and the Clyde Walkway.The Walkway is ideal for wildlife enthusiasts or people that just enjoy the countryside. You can do short sections by joining the Walkway at different points. Lanark used to have a racecourse and the 'Lanark Silver Bell' is thought to be one of the oldest racing trophies in Europe. Part of the remaining racecourse Is still used for national showjumping events and farm shows.

Biggar (12 miles)

Biggar Museums , Gas Works & Gardens.

Biggar Public Golf Course

Carmichael Estates Visitor Centre, Tearoom and Farm Shop


LANIMER DAY This historic background forms the basis for the Lanark Lanimer celebrations, which take place each year for one week in June. Local primary schoolchildren elect a Lanimer Queen and court; and a Lord Cornet is chosen from local businessmen. Lanark is 5mins drive from Kirkfield Gardens and hosts a wealth of restaurants, pubs and shops.

NEW LANARK WORLD HERITAGE SITE Award winning Visitor Centre. Beautifully restored 18th century cotton mill village nestled in the spectacular south Lanarkshire valley in southern Scotland, close to the Falls of Clyde and less than an hour from Edinburgh and Glasgow The fascinating history of the village is brought back to life in an award-winning visitor centre where you can explore all the attractions with a passport ticket. One highlight of your visit will be the fascinating 'Annie McLeod Experience' ride, where the ghost of a mill-girl appears and takes you on a journey. The village first rose to fame when Robert Owen was mill manager from 1800-1825. Owen transformed life in New Lanark with ideas and opportunities which were at least a hundred years ahead of their time. Child labour and corporal punishment were abolished, and villagers were provided with decent homes, schools and evening classes, free health care, and affordable food. New Lanark is still a living community, and the village is in the care of an independent charity.

THE FALLS OF CLYDE The Falls of Clyde comprise of the upper falls of Bonnington Linn, Corra Linn, Dundaff Linn and the lower falls of Stonebyres Linn.Corra Linn is the highest with a fall of 90feet.orra Linn and Dundaff Linn are above New Lanark and situated within the Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve.

THE FALLS OF CLYDE WILDLIFE RESERVE The reserve is host to over 100 species of bird including a pair of nesting Peregrine falcons. The Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve boasts unrivalled views of these wild birds. No where else in Great Britain can you get as close to these wonderful birds as you can at the Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve. High powered telescopes and Binoculars are available alongside the guidance of an expert species protection officer. Look out too for kingfishers and otters and listen for owls hooting or watch for bats flying as dusk falls. On summer evenings why not come on a ranger led badger or bat walk on the reserve. The Scottish Wildlife Trust run a summer events programme and educational group visits can be arranged.