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Colebrooke Arms
"Really good food and friendly locals. Regarding the previous review...the owners had to replace both heating systems within months of taking over the pub, the main one in November last ..." More

Colebrooke Arms
"Travelling the M6/M74 frequently means that overpriced burgers and fizzy drinks have long sice lost any appeal they once had, so with the help of the internet, I try to ..." More

Colebrooke Arms
"we had booked a table as my sister said the food was great! The food was good but the usual pub grub, we didnt know we had to go to ..." More

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Biggar is a small historic market town in south Lanarkshire in Scotland situated between the Borders Region and the Clyde Valley on the northern side of the Southern Uplands, 14 miles south-east of Lanark. The town follows the course of a Roman road and has a medieval layout with a long broad market place in the centre. The Battle of Biggar was fought here in 1297 when William Wallace defeated Edward of England, the town was awarded royal burgh status in 1451 and grew as an important place hosting regular cattle markets and developing industries in brewing and textiles. Biggar is a popular tourist destination and an ideal base for touring southern Scotland, it has hotels, b&b’s, many interesting locally-run shops, award winning restaurant, cafes, pubs, a fitness and leisure centre and the Jungless Fun Café soft play centre for children. Historically interesting buildings include Biggar Kirk built in 1546 which is one of the last pre-Reformation churches in Scotland, the Moat Park Heritage Centre, the Gasworks Museum, the Albion Motor Museum, the Gladstone Court Museum which recreates a Victorian street, the Victorian puppet theatre and the 17th century Greenhill Covenanters House which is a farmhouse containing displays of the signing of the National Covenant, the civil war and the killing times.


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Biggar Puppet Theatre


Armac Veterinary Group


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Carmichael Estate
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Graeme Pharmacy
John Eunson
Dempster Optometrists
Ann Brownlie
The Flower Shop
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Cabbage Patch Fabrics
Bohemia Ceramics

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Cornhill House (2.16 miles)

Cornhill House

One of Scotland's more unusual and elegant mansion houses, William Lieper's French Renaissance Period Chateau has undergone sensitive and tasteful restoration and conversion to a quality country hotel in Lanarkshire, offering the traveller a peaceful ... More | visit website

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Shieldhill Castle Hotel (2.72 miles)

Shieldhill Castle Hotel
Shieldhill is a country house hotel dating back in parts to 1199, with peaceful views over the rolling Scottish countryside of South Lanarkshire. There are sixteen individually-styled bedrooms, some with four-poster beds and en-suite ... More | visit website
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Tinto House Hotel (3.97 miles)

Tinto House Hotel

At the foot of Tinto Hill in the Scottish borders lies the Swallow Tinto Hotel established in 1914. This is a perfect base from which to discover the many delights of Scotland. Both Glasgow and ... More | visit website


Walston Mansions Farmhouse (4.83 miles)

Walston Mansions Farmhouse
Walston Mansion Farmhouse was built in 1803, all around this wonderful farmhouse sourounded by Nature and Natural Beauty. The house offers comfortable accommodation with central heating throughout and a log fire in the guest lounge. Each room ... More

Carmichael Country Cottages (6.83 miles)

Carmichael Country Cottages
Two hundred year old stone cottages on unique 'single family owned and operated for a millennium' heritage estate. Source of the name and clan lands of the Carmichaels.

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New Lanark Mill Hotel (10.44 miles)

New Lanark Mill Hotel
The New Lanark Mill Hotel is part of UNESCO World Heritage Site. The hotel has spacious en suite rooms, a restaurant, bar and swimming pool. New Lanark is a small 18th century village, designed as a ... More | visit website
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Days Inn Abington M74 (10.56 miles)

Days Inn Abington M74
Free wi-fi facilities when you book this hotel. ALL ROOMS NOW OFFER BROADBAND WIFI......located 1/2 mile of the M74. The hotel is set in picturesque countryside with scenic hill side views from nearly all bedrooms.As with ... More | visit website
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Cartland Bridge Country House Hotel (11.11 miles)

Cartland Bridge Country House Hotel

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Set in its own private grounds, surrounded by the stunning Lanark countryside, the hotel has recently undergone a refurbished all our bedrooms, to a very high standard, and you can ... More

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Abington Hotel (11.20 miles)

Abington Hotel

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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 ... More | visit website

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The Meadows (11.24 miles)

The Meadows

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The Meadows is a top of the range 3 star B&B. Excellent beds, clean quality furnishings, tasty and satisfying breakfast.Near the centre of this conservation village you can walk to ... More

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