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Tel code: 0141 | code search
Postcode: G72 | code search
Population: 24500
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Premier Inn Glasgow Cambuslang/M74, J1
"Good Points: excellent cambuslang hotel, stayed for 2 nights with my sister while at a friends wedding, and we really enjoyed our stsy, thank you. Bad Points: directions to the ..." More

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"minted wee pub , good atmosphere !!! very freindly +car parking , in a nice area and it,s not full of young idiots

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Cambuslang is an ancient town in South Lanarkshire in Scotland situated to east of Rutherglen, south of the River Clyde, 6 miles south-east of Glasgow. The town is known as ‘The largest village in Scotland’ and is the birthplace of Midge Ure the lead-singer of the pop band Ultravox and author Robin Jenkins who’s most famous novel was ‘The Cone-Gatherers’. Remains have been discovered throughout the town during housing developments which give evidence that settlers have lived in the area since the Iron Age. Cambuslang developed during the 18th century with handloom weaving becoming an industrial centre with coal mining, iron and steel works. Cambuslang is a popular tourist destination with hotels and holiday accommodation, shops, cafes and restaurants, churches and the 27 acre Cambuslang Park with the Borgie Glen, pathways, woodland areas, a pond, sport pitches, and a bandstand dating back to the 18th century. The village has excellent road and rail links making it the ideal base for touring local attractions in Hamilton, East Kilbride and Lanark. Nearby in the City of Glasgow there is excellent shopping, fine dining, and selection of pubs, theatres, cinemas and night-life and for a more relaxed atmosphere a visit to Loch Lomond, Scotland’s largest inland Loch is recommended with the National Nature Reserve, wildlife, breathtaking scenery, boat-cruises and paddle steamer tours.

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Dunard Guest House (0.34 miles)

Dunard Guest House

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Situated in Cambuslang in a quiet, child-friendly street, our large Victorian style detached house with private enclosed gardens and free off-street parking is within walking distance of local restaurants, shops ... More

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Premier Inn Glasgow East Kilbride Nerston (2.66 miles)

Premier Inn Glasgow East Kilbride Nerston
Ideally located within easy reach of the M74. Conveniently located for East Kilbride train station. For shops and local amenities East Kilbride town centre is only 1 mile away. Our Glasgow East Kilbride Nerston Premier Inn ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Glasgow East (2.67 miles)

Premier Inn Glasgow East
Local attractions include the River Medina and historic Osborne House. For shops and local amenities Glasgow city centre is only 7 miles away. Our Glasgow East Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in ... More | visit website
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Torrance Hotel (3.31 miles)

Torrance Hotel

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Welcoming traditonal village hotel in walking distance to Scotland's largest undercover shopping and leisure centre in East kilbride. East Kilbride has many local attractions including Village Theatre, Golf Courses, Ten ... More

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Verde Apartment (3.41 miles)

Verde Apartment

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Welcome to the Verde apartment. We reckon we've provided everything to make your stay a pleasant one...from the stylish living room with home cinema system, to the fully equipped fitted ... More

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Inn on the Green (3.45 miles)

Inn on the Green
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The hotel is a small friendly townhouse based accommodation, featuring 18 individually styled rooms with incredible designer beds. Our friendly staff and award winning cosy ... More
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Number 10 Hotel (3.70 miles)

Number 10 Hotel

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Beautifully positioned in a peaceful tree-lined drive on the south side of Glasgow, overlooking the historic Queen’s Park, this new boutique-style hotel is ideally located for leisure and business guests ... More

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Bruce Hotel (3.72 miles)

Bruce Hotel

Adjoins one of Scotlands largest shopping Arcades ..The Plaza.. and is surrounded by numerous restaurants and bars and the Hotel has its own Nightclub. Relax in the exquisite Cocktail Bar and dine in our Four ... More | visit website

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Seton Guest House (3.75 miles)

Seton Guest House is situated in a Victorian Terrace in a quiet residential area. All rooms are large and airy, it retains many of the original features including cornicing and stain glass windows, it is ... More | visit website
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Onslow Guest House (3.78 miles)

Onslow Guest House
Nestled in the suburban area of Dennistoun only minutes from Glasgow City Centre is the Onslow Guest House. This large Victorian style Guest House is surrounded by traditional Glasgow culture with many public transport links ... More | visit website

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