Verena and Graham would like to welcome you to an oasis of peace just off the M74 in South Lanarkshire.
We are situated in a quiet rural location convenient for visiting Scottish Borders, Lanark, Biggar and Moffat.
Glasgow and Edinburgh are within an hour’s drive. Built in 1903, this interesting Edwardian property sits in an acre of land surrounded by rolling hills of the Clyde Valley. It is such a great place for a short break any time of year. Holmlands is an ideal location for an overnight stay to or from the Highlands and Islands.
With direct access to the M74/M8 and the A702 Biggar to Edinburgh road. We are close to the Sustrans National Cycle network and is popular with cyclists breaking their journey from Land’s End to John O Groats. We are also near to the Southern Upland Way and Tinto Hill so we provide a great centre for a variety of interesting walks.
We welcome cyclists and motorcyclists, Holmlands is an ideal 'pit-stop' for cyclists on the Land’s End to John O' Groats run and there is secure overnight parking for bicycles and motorbikes.
Fly fishing is available on the Clyde River for wild Brown Trout and Grayling, permits can be purchased from the village Post Office in Crawford. Graham can assist with Fly Casting tuition if required. There is also wild brownie fishing to be had on the Camps Reservoir, permits from the Keepers Cottage on Camps Road.