Biggar hotels

Biggar hotels

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

Biggar is an ancient settlement on the northern side of the Southern Uplands. Biggar is a busy market town serving a large rural area. It is made busier still by being bisected by the A702, one of the main routes from Edinburgh to south-west Scotland and north-west England. Also see Biggar. If you are in the right town but cannot find the accommodation you want on this page, you might consider bed and breakfast in Biggar

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Cornhill House
South Lanarkshire
ML12 6QE
(approx 1 mile from Biggar)

Hotels bed and breakfast B&B in Biggar - Cornhill HouseHotel near Biggar. Standing in its own grounds of some 20 acres, one of Scotland's more unusual and elegant mansion houses, resting in beautiful countryside and providing a high standard of accommodation, food and service. seven comfortable and beautifully furnished bedrooms. The Dining Rooms offer a selection of menus... more details
Contact: Reception
Tel:44 (0) 1899 220001
Fax: +44 (0) 1899 220112
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Abington Hotel, 78 Carlisle Road, 3/4 Mile From Junction, M74, Abington, By Biggar, ML12 6SD
Book Online 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.more details Abington Hotel Online-hotel-accommodation-booking

Visitor attractions and information for Biggar

visitor attractions

Attractions Moat Park Heritage Centre, Biggar.Tel: 01899 221050 One of a series of museums and places of interest within the town of Biggar. Meet an Iron Age family or a Roman soldier. See the 'Menzies Moffat' tapestry. In the centre of Biggar.

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Attractions Biggar Gasworks Museum Tel: 01899 221050 Find out how gas was made from coal in the only preserved gasworks in Scotland. This started life in 1836 and produced gas from coal for lighting, heating and cooking. Biggar Gas Works remains just as it was when it closed in 1973 following the arrival of North Sea gas. In the centre of Biggar.

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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 1.5 miles southwest of Biggar.

Attractions New Lanark World Heritage Site, South Lanarkshire Tel: 01555 661345 Discover the fascinating history of New Lanark and Robert Owen in our award-winning Visitor Centre. About 11 miles west of Biggar.

Attractions Falls of Clyde Visitor Centre and Wildlife Reserve, New Lanark Tel: 01555 665262. Located near the World Heritage village of New Lanark, the reserve covers 59 hectares, has woodland along the River Clyde gorge and four spectacular waterfalls. The Falls of Clyde is owned by the Scottish Wildlife Trust, Scotland's leading wildlife conservation organisation. It is a spectacular reserve with unrivalled opportunities to view peregrine falcons, badgers and bats. About 11 miles west of Biggar.

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