Abington hotels

Abington hotels

AbingtonThe Abington hotels listed below are either in the town or we have given a rough guide as to how far they are from Abington. We hope you enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation from our list of hotels in Abington and the surrounding area.

For many people Abington is a service station on the M74, conveniently located at the point where Edinburgh-bound traffic leaves to follow the A702 through Biggar and West Linton. Abington itself is an attractive village focused on the Abington Hotel on one side of Carlisle Road and the village shop on the other. Also see Abington. If you are in the right town but cannot find the accommodation you want on this page, you might consider bed and breakfast in Abington or self catering accommodation in Abington

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Abington Hotel, 78 Carlisle Road, 3/4 Mile From Junction, M74, Abington, By Biggar, ML12 6SD
Book Online The Abington Hotel stands amidst beautiful countryside in the heart of the picturesque village of Abington. Less than a mile from junction 13 of the M74, this hotel is easy to find and features free Wi-Fi internet access throughout, and ample free parking. This friendly, family-run hotel is situated in the heart of a picturesque village in central Scotland and offers a comfortable, reasonably priced touring base. The centres of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling and the Trossachs, Burns country and Walter Scott country are all about an hour's drive away. Had you travelled by stagecoach on the hazardous Carlisle-Glasgow route in the 1800s you would certainly have appreciated the hospitality and warmth of the Abington Coaching Inn, just as Napoleon III did in 1839 when he rested there after a tiring day's grouse shooting. You can still find his chair in the hotel.more details Abington Hotel Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Less than a mile from junction 13 of the M74

Days Inn Hotel Abington (Glasgow), Abington Motorway Services Area/M74, Abington Junction 13, M74, South, Abington, ML12 6RG
Book Online Located directly off junction 13 of the M74, Days Inn Abington has free Wi-Fi, free parking and spacious rooms. It is in the Upper Clyde Valley of the Southern Uplands, within easy reach of Glasgow and Edinburgh. All rooms are en suite and have tea/coffee making facilities, a free newspaper and remote-control TV. Most have views of the beautiful countryside. Reception is open 24 hours a day. The adjacent Welcome Break service area has a self-service restaurant, retail outlet and coffee shop.more details Days Inn Hotel Abington (Glasgow) Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Located directly off junction 13 of the M74

Tinto House Hotel, Biggar Road, Near Biggar, Symington, ML12 6FT
Book Online In 5 acres of beautiful, peaceful grounds, at the foot of Tinto Hill in the stunning Scottish Borders, the Tinto House Hotel was established in 1914 and fully refurbished in the late spring of 2009. Surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of the Upper Clyde Valley, the Tinto House Hotel is great for a relaxing break. Just 45 minutes from both Glasgow and Edinburgh, you can enjoy the cities' many attractions and lively nightlife with the hotel as a comfortable and relaxing base. The historic market town of Biggar is just 3.5 miles (5.6 km) away and other attractions nearby include the Falkirk Wheel, the World Heritage Site at New Lanark and Roslin Chapelmore details Tinto House Hotel Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Located about 9 miles to the north of Abington.

Visitor attractions and information - Abington

visitor attractions

AttractionsThe Museum of Lead Mining, Wanlockhead, By Biggar, Lanarkshire ML12 6UT. Tel: 01659 74387. Located in Scotland's highest village, visitors have a guided tour of the Lochgell Lead Mine, the Miners' Library, miners' cottages and industrial relics such as a beam engine dating back to the 1700s. leadminingmuseum.co.uk. About 8 miles southwest of Abington.

The Museum of Lead Mining

Local attractions Scotland

Attractions Coulter Motte, Biggar - Coulter Motte Hill is the site of an early medieval castle mound which dated from the 11th Century. An example of a Norman castle mound, it would have been surrounded by a moat and have a timber tower. It is now under the ownership of Historic Scotland. About 10 miles northeast of Abington.

Coulter Motte

Scottish Tartan

Attractions The Southern Upland Way is Scotland's longest walk at 212 miles. It stretches west to east from Portpatrick, over the Mull of Galloway, to the North Sea cliffs at Cocksburnspath. It passes through some of Scotland's most beautiful and varied scenery. www.southernuplandway.com. The Southern Upland Way passes 8 miles south of Abington.

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Days Inn - accommodation in England Scotland Wales and IrelandComfort and a warm welcome awaits you at our Days Inn, where value for money and quality have become bywords. Always close to a motorway - There is one listed on this page

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