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Bed and breakfast accommodation in Hamilton Monasteries





• Unique and peaceful Monastery stays like no other

• Enjoy one of a kind guest accommodation in some of the most historic and beautiful buildings in Hamilton on the doorstep of some of United Kingdom's most renowned tourist attractions.

• provides a unique opportunity for anyone to stay in beautiful Monastery accommodation across Hamilton and the surrounding area, the perfect base for a peaceful, relaxing retreat.

Hamilton Visitor information

There are many nature parks to explore in Hamilton, with beautiful views of its main landmarks. 

You can take an indoor shopping trip to the Regent Shopping Centre, with a huge variety of shops and cafes. 

There are many Restaurants and Bars all within walking distance in the Town Centre.

Visit Strathclyde country park and enjoy the variety of activities available such as bicycling, sailing, water skiing to just taking a stroll and enjoying the sights! 

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is a great place to visit, and it’s free! It has 22 state of the art galleries displaying 8000 objects with a huge variety and they are internationally significant

Take a guided wildlife walk through New Lanark and the Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve and you’ll also see some stunning waterfalls! 

Visit the ruins of Cadzow Castle and enjoy seeing the rest of Chalterhault estate by wandering its grounds and taking in it’s stunning views. 


Hamilton Centre is pedestrianized and easy to get around by walking to places. 

You can get a Bus around the Centre and to other locations nearby.

You can travel by Car to get around and may be  a quicker option. 

There are 2 train stations in Hamilton, Central and West. You can get from Hamilton Central Station to Glasgow Central Station in 30 minutes and there are trains that run every half hour. 

History of Hamilton

Hamilton is a town located in South Lanarkshire, in Scotland. 

The town was once known as Cadzow, however in the 15th Century during the time of James, Lord Hamilton, it was renamed Hamilton and holds a huge presence of the family in the town. 

Still to this day the Hamilton family are major landowners in the area, and they constructed many landmark buildings including the Hamilton Mausoleum, and holds the longest echo of any building in the world. 

The Hamilton Mausoleum sits on the grounds of the now demolished Hamilton Palace, which had to be demolished in 1921 due to the soaring maintenance costs. The Mausoleum was built in the 1850s for the 10th Duke of Hamilton in Strathclyde Country Park.

Cadzow Castle, which is now in ruins was built between 1500-1550, the castle sits above a gorge and it’s overlooking the Avon Water which is now named the Chatelherault Country Park. 

Chatelherault Country Park was built in 1732 for the Duke of Hamilton, with a 500-acre country park surrounding the building with Scottish Wildlife. It is now a beautiful venue for weddings, events and exhibitions as well as a visitor center with a gift shop.  

The Hamilton old Parish Church is a Georgian era building completed in 1734 and the only church that William Adam had ever built.

In 1791 Hamilton Parish had over 5,000 residents, and within 100 this had increased to more than 35,000 due to the coal and cotton industry growing and the new opening of the Caledonian Central Railway Station.