Hotel Cladhan

A Hotel in Grahamston, Central Scotland

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Kemper Avenue
Central Scotland

Hotel Cladhan, Grahamston

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Accommodation Description:

3 Star Hotel Located across from Callender Park and the Grounds of Callender House.The Hotel is a short drive from The Falkirk Wheel. The Hotel is within easy access to Glasgow and Edinburgh by motorway and train. Providing spacious, classical accommodation alongside friendly, discreet service, you are sure to find a true home-away-from-home.

3 star rating

From: £55.00


  • Restaurant
  • TV
  • Satellite TV

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