New Lanark, Wee Row Hostel
About About this hostel
Located in the heart of New Lanark World Heritage Site, 'Wee Row' provides a unique hostel experience in the spectacular South Lanarkshire Valley in Southern Scotland. Popular with individuals, families, school parties and groups, there's a wide selection of things to do on our doorstep. With a choice of room types, all ensuite, we offer good quality budget accommodation within an historic building. There's also a well-equipped self-catering kitchen and comfortable dining area.
Only an hour's drive from Glasgow and Edinburgh, Wee Row Hostel is the perfect base to explore these popular cities, but you don't have to go far to find plenty to do. On our doorstep is the award winning New Lanark Visitor Centre where you can step back in time and rediscover the life of a working mill village. View our website at www.newlanarkhostel.co.uk to find out more about the area. You can also book your Wee Row hostel accommodation direct with us by visiting our easy to use site.
New Lanark is a perfect stopover for those cycling from Land's End to John O'Groats and the village marks the end of the popular Clyde Walkway which runs from Glasgow city centre to the heart of New Lanark. A must-see is the Famous Falls of Clyde with its multitude of waterfalls surrounded by natural woodland.
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Facilities & Services
Open March to October
07.00-10.00 and 16.00-23.00
En Suite Rooms
Suitable for Groups
Free Parking (nearby or onsite)
Reasons to visit
Located in the heart of New Lanark World Heritage Site, Wee Row Hostel inhabits a restored 18th century cotton mill and is less than an hour's drive from Glasgow and Edinburgh.
New Lanark offers visitors a host of activities for visitors linked to its historic past. Explore the industrial heritage, pick up a gift in the Mill Shop, have lunch in the Mill Cafe, play in the park or simply take a seat by the waterwheel and soak up the history of this magnificent 18th century cotton mill village.
Picturesque woodland walks through the Falls of Clyde Nature Reserve are suitable for all abilities and will give you the chance to discover some spectacular waterfalls including the Cora Linn.