Leanne's Guidebook

Leanne

Leanne's Guidebook

Breakfast and Family Grocery Pack
Don't worry about doing a food shop before you arrive as we can provide breakfast and dinner packs at an additional cost. The nearest co-op is 1 mile away! Please let us know beforehand.
Breakfast or lunch, cake or pie? Go treat yourself, our local award winning Bakery sells a variety of pies, rolls to take out, about 1 mile from North Lodge.
The Apple Pie
3 Biggar Rd
Breakfast or lunch, cake or pie? Go treat yourself, our local award winning Bakery sells a variety of pies, rolls to take out, about 1 mile from North Lodge.
10 Miles from North Lodge.
ALDI
10 Miles from North Lodge.
10 miles from North Lodge.
Lidl
10 miles from North Lodge.
About 1 mile from North Lodge. Restaurant and Bar. Meals served daily. Lovely atmosphere.
The Robertson Arms Hotel
12 Main St
About 1 mile from North Lodge. Restaurant and Bar. Meals served daily. Lovely atmosphere.
Sightseeing
Biggar is about 9 miles from North Lodge. Enjoy a day out at this Museum.
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Museum of Lead Mining
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Biggar is about 9 miles from North Lodge. Enjoy a day out at this Museum.
Very popular with families. About 11 miles from North Lodge.
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Five Sisters Zoo
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Very popular with families. About 11 miles from North Lodge.
Explore and climb and grab stunning views at this extremely popular landmark. p.s you don't have to climb all the way!
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Tinto Hill
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Explore and climb and grab stunning views at this extremely popular landmark. p.s you don't have to climb all the way!
40 minutes drive from North Lodge.
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Edinburgh Castle
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40 minutes drive from North Lodge.
Great for everyone. About 40 minutes from North Lodge.
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Edinburgh Zoo
134 Corstorphine Rd
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Great for everyone. About 40 minutes from North Lodge.
A beautifulplace to enjoy with the family and watch the Falls Of Clyde. Travel back through time with Annie Mcleod Experience. Tickets for museum and experience at reception. Falls of Clyde free, there is also a swing park for the children and a few picnic benches.
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New Lanark
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A beautifulplace to enjoy with the family and watch the Falls Of Clyde. Travel back through time with Annie Mcleod Experience. Tickets for museum and experience at reception. Falls of Clyde free, there is also a swing park for the children and a few picnic benches.
View the Falls Of Clyde.
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Lanark
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View the Falls Of Clyde.
Shopping
Shop till you drop. Huge shopping mall, full of restaurants as well as grocery shopping.About 14 miles from North Lodge
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Livingston Designer Outlet
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Shop till you drop. Huge shopping mall, full of restaurants as well as grocery shopping.About 14 miles from North Lodge
Swing Park and Loch
Free park , nice Loch and lovely swing park. There is also a restaurant and cafe.
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Lanark Loch
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Free park , nice Loch and lovely swing park. There is also a restaurant and cafe.
Pony Rides
Pony Rides available.
Lanark Race Course
240 Hyndford Road
Pony Rides available.
Farm Park
Lovely friendly farm. Go on a train ride around the farm. Lots of animals to see and things to do for children. May be suited more for young families. About 12 miles from North Lodge.
Clyde Valley Family Park
Lovely friendly farm. Go on a train ride around the farm. Lots of animals to see and things to do for children. May be suited more for young families. About 12 miles from North Lodge.
Golf
OUR COURSE Although the course is roughly 6,000 yards in length, three of its four Par 3’s are in the first four holes - so it is important to be swinging well straight from the word go. As the round progresses, several roads and a railway line come into play. A premium is placed on accuracy as opposed to length when taking on our very own 'Amen Corner' through 5, 6, 7 & 8 with players are pleased to see the distant views offered by the 9th tee afterwards. If you can conquer the front nine, there is opportunity to take on some enticing Par 4’s in the back nine.   However, Carnwath boasts a tough finish, ensuring that a good score is never given up lightly. The 15th & 16th, holes are short Par 4s but as they dog leg left the recurring theme of accuracy and astute course management is required as small, narrow greens makes finding them a tricky task. More muscle is required the penultimate and final holes -, a 455-yard Par 4 which has trees and out of bounds up the left and more woodland on the opposite side of the fairway before taking on the risk and reward of The 18th - a terrific closing Par 5 with and the clubhouse (and more importantly those inside) watching intently... GOLF AT CARNWATH Golf at Carnwath is open to visitors all year round and no handicap certificate is required to play our beautiful golf course. We currently have membership available with no joining fee so it is the perfect time to become a member - check out the 'Members' page for more information. ADDRESS: 1 MAIN STREET, CARNWATH, ML11 8JX TEL: 01555 840251  |  EMAIL: CLUBSECRETARY@CARNWATHGC.CO.Uk       Carnwath Golf Club is a delightful, mature course having been founded in 1907. Situated on a piece of land called ‘Gallow Hill’, to the west of the village of Carnwath, the then ‘9 hole course’ was laid out by Mr Willie Auchterlonie, an Open champion, coveted club maker and contributor to the Jubilee course layout in St Andrew’s. Following completion, the course was formally opened in front of sizeable crowds by Lady Lockhart, the wife of Sir Simon M. Lockhart, Honorary President of the club and laird of the estates, on 29th June 1907. The course was finally extended to 18 holes in May 1922 and by 1936 Carnwath Golf Club was visited by more than 3,000 golfers annually.
Carnwath Golf Club
1 Main Street
OUR COURSE Although the course is roughly 6,000 yards in length, three of its four Par 3’s are in the first four holes - so it is important to be swinging well straight from the word go. As the round progresses, several roads and a railway line come into play. A premium is placed on accuracy as opposed to length when taking on our very own 'Amen Corner' through 5, 6, 7 & 8 with players are pleased to see the distant views offered by the 9th tee afterwards. If you can conquer the front nine, there is opportunity to take on some enticing Par 4’s in the back nine.   However, Carnwath boasts a tough finish, ensuring that a good score is never given up lightly. The 15th & 16th, holes are short Par 4s but as they dog leg left the recurring theme of accuracy and astute course management is required as small, narrow greens makes finding them a tricky task. More muscle is required the penultimate and final holes -, a 455-yard Par 4 which has trees and out of bounds up the left and more woodland on the opposite side of the fairway before taking on the risk and reward of The 18th - a terrific closing Par 5 with and the clubhouse (and more importantly those inside) watching intently... GOLF AT CARNWATH Golf at Carnwath is open to visitors all year round and no handicap certificate is required to play our beautiful golf course. We currently have membership available with no joining fee so it is the perfect time to become a member - check out the 'Members' page for more information. ADDRESS: 1 MAIN STREET, CARNWATH, ML11 8JX TEL: 01555 840251  |  EMAIL: CLUBSECRETARY@CARNWATHGC.CO.Uk       Carnwath Golf Club is a delightful, mature course having been founded in 1907. Situated on a piece of land called ‘Gallow Hill’, to the west of the village of Carnwath, the then ‘9 hole course’ was laid out by Mr Willie Auchterlonie, an Open champion, coveted club maker and contributor to the Jubilee course layout in St Andrew’s. Following completion, the course was formally opened in front of sizeable crowds by Lady Lockhart, the wife of Sir Simon M. Lockhart, Honorary President of the club and laird of the estates, on 29th June 1907. The course was finally extended to 18 holes in May 1922 and by 1936 Carnwath Golf Club was visited by more than 3,000 golfers annually.