Herdshill Guest House

Guest house in Wishaw, Strathclyde

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224 Main Street, Bogside

Herdshill Guest House, Wishaw

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Accommodation Description:

We are a family run guest house situated just outside the town of Wishaw, on the Clyde Valley Tourist Route. We look forward to making each guest feel welcome and hope you enjoy our relaxed environment.

Our modern, family run guest house has a range of family, double and single rooms, all centrally heated and equipped with ensuite facilities or shared bathroom, TV, tea/coffee making facilities and WiFi connection for the business traveller. We have a residents lounge with Sky Television and a breakfast room where you can have a full Scottish Breakfast. Vegetarians are catered for.

We are quality audited by Visit Scotland and are rated at the top end of 3 stars; we are also members of the Lanarkshire accommodation association which promotes the accommodation and facilities in and around Lanarkshire. For those coming on holiday or to visit family and friends we are ideally situated and easy to find with plenty to do in and around Lanarkshire. Located on the A73 in a quiet area with ample private parking, we are a short distance from excellent restaurants including Italian, Chinese, Indian, and traditional.

We welcome business users to our guest house as we are centrally located for anyone visiting Motherwell, Wishaw, Coatbridge, Airdrie, all of which are within 15/20 minutes. Glasgow is 25 minutes away with Edinburgh 50 minutes away.

 3 star rating

From: £35.00

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