River Clyde Falls
New Lanark is a World Heritage Site nestled in the beautiful upper reaches of the Clyde Valley. Conceived in 1786 as a village and cotton mill, it thrived as a self-contained community with the villagers and mill-workers living the socialist dream.

Among its attractions are a fully restored 18th century cotton mill, the mill workers’ houses, and an award-winning visitor centre where you can follow the ghost of mill girl Annie McLeod as she depicts everyday life in this self-contained socialist community.

For more information on visiting New Lanark please contact the BEST WESTERN Moorings Hotel Motherwell on 01698 258 131.

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