Unit 4227134 The Parlour
Luxury self catering cottages
About Barbara www.shodshillmillfarm.com
Contact Barbara Marshall Shodshill Mill Farm Lanark ML11 8NT +44 7766 317302 www.shodshillmillfarm.co.uk We bought the farm in 2007 and lived in a static caravan for 14 months while we renovated our farm house. We then turned our attention to the derelict stables and miking parlour resulting in our self catering cottages. We hobby farm cattle and sheep but also keep goats, ducks and chickens. You can enjoy our delicious free range chicken eggs on arrival when the chickens are in the mood to lay. Our little flock of 23 is headed by our beautiful Faverelle cockerel, Major Tim Peck!
Barbara www.shodshillmillfarm.com purchased this Cottage in 2007
Why Barbara www.shodshillmillfarm.com chose Lanark
Whether you are looking for a get away from it all or let's explore holiday, our cottages fall right into both of those catergories.
What makes this Cottage unique
Having grown up in the country, and having lived in beautiful Edinburgh for 6 years, we decided it was time to head back to where our hearts' felt at home. A year of searching we fell upon Shodshill Mill Farm. Driving up to the very unloved derelict pile we knew instantly this would be home. The farm was once a thriving corn mill and the medieval remains of the mill are still evident.
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New Lanark (6 miles). This former cotton mill and once home to Philanthrapist Robert Owen's new town is now a World Heritage Site with a museum, restaurant, shops and country walks. Set on the banks of the river Clyde it is also boasts the spectacular Falls of Clyde water falls.
Edinburgh (30 miles). Scotland's magnificent capital city is one of my most favourite places in the world. Its Old Town is too a world heritage site. Along with its famous castle, winding streets once trod by the likes of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, museums, galleries and endless eateries has something for everyone. It's the home of the Fringe Festival & Edinburgh Military Tattoo during August ending with a spectacular fireworks display.
Glasgow (30 miles) this city owns the word cosmopolitan. A sprawling yet very green city also boasts magnificent architecture, parks, museums and are again just a few things that this city has to offer. It did the UK proud in hosting the 2014 Commonwealth Games.
The Falkirk Wheel (30 miles). A master piece of engineering