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All Countries > United Kingdom > Motherwell > BEST WESTERN Moorings Hotel

BEST WESTERN Moorings Hotel
114 Hamilton Road
Motherwell, ML1 3DG
Nightly Rates (73.00 - 123.00)   3 Star
BEST WESTERN Moorings Hotel

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Property Description
The BEST WESTERN Moorings Hotel provides the magic near Motherwell! Built in 1891 as the private home for a member of a famous Scottish steel dynasty, our beautiful main building has held its charm and offers a unique, understated and timeless air of refinement to this day. The surroundings are undeniably chic, but the overall ambience remains humble enough to be homely. A "B" listed building within a local conservation area, BEST WESTERN Moorings Hotel has built on its 19th century roots to meet 21st century needs and provides guests with classic character. We still have some of the original stained glass windows, and our hospitality is traditional and unintrusive. Enjoy your stay.

BEST WESTERN Moorings Hotel

  • 24-hour front desk

  • Accessible facilities

  • Air conditioning

  • Alarm clock

  • All public areas non-smoking

  • Bell staff/porter

  • Business center

  • Coffee/Tea maker

  • Complimentary in-room coffee or tea

  • Data port

  • Fax service

  • Free parking

  • Front desk

  • Hair dryer

  • Hairdryer

  • Hairdryer

  • High speed internet access

  • High speed internet connection

  • Interior corridors

  • Ironing board

  • Non-smoking rooms (generic)

  • Onsite laundry

  • Restaurant

  • Room service

  • Safe deposit box

  • Security

  • Shoe shine stand

  • Wake-up calls

  • Wedding services

  • Room Information

  • Single bed, Non-smoking

  • Double beds, Non-smoking

  • Single bed, Non-smoking

  • Double beds, Non-smoking

    Miscellaneous Information
  • British Pounds is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 2:00 PM 

  • Check out time is 11:00 AM 

  • Time Zone is  GMT 

  • Opened in  1891 

  • 30  rooms. 

  • 0  suites. 

  • 3  floors. 

  • Directions
    ·From: The M74 north and southbound. Exit onto the A723 at Junction 6, follow signs to Motherwell. The BEST WESTERN Moorings Hotel is situated on the left hand side of Hamilton Road just before the Town Centre.

    Restaurant Information
    Bar/Grill  Bar/Grill, on premises, Full Service, International, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner, European/Scottish Cuisine

    Glasgow Airport
  • Low Parks Museum.

  • 1 kilometer(s) from Low Parks Museum. Another five star visitor attraction situated in some of Hamilton's finest historic buildings. Included in it's displays is detailed information on the areas Roman & regimental history. The assemble rooms often host
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  • 9 kilometer(s) from Glasgow Science Centre. Situated on the banks of the River Clyde is Scotland's must see visitors attraction presenting concepts of science and technology in unique and inspiring ways.
  • Riverside Museum Glasgow.

  • 14 kilometer(s) from Riverside Museum Glasgow. The history of transport on land and sea opened in 2011, located on the banks of the River Clyde. Here you will find the oldest surviving pedal cycle and the finest collection of Scottish built cars.
  • Loch Lomond.

  • 40 kilometer(s) from Loch Lomond. Only one hour by car takes you into the heart of Scotland's beautiful countryside and lochs. A great day out!
  • Hamilton Park Racecourse.

  • 6 kilometer(s) from Hamilton Park Racecourse. A historic race course with an excellent reputation for flat racing, although Hamilton Park has hosted horse racing since 1782. The current course was opened in 1926 and has pioneered the advent of evening and
  • The Town House Hamilton,

  • 1 kilometer(s) from The Town House Hamilton, a multi-purpose arts venue and entertainment facility.
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  • 1 kilometer(s) from M & D's Scotland's Theme Park, located in Strathclyde Park, this is Scotland's largest theme park where a full day is needed to take advantage of what it has to offer - 40+ rides and attractions consisting of roller coasters, water
  • Motherwell Concert Hall,

  • 1 kilometer(s) from Motherwell Concert Hall, and Theatre. This is a large multi-purpose arts and entertainment facility.
  • Whitelee Windfarm.

  • 14 kilometer(s) from Whitelee Windfarm. Just 20 minutes from central Glasgow, Whitelee has lots to offer visitors of all ages. Located on the edge of the UK's largest wind farm, the visitors centre is the place to learn all about re-newable energy.
  • Chatelherault Country Park.

  • 4 kilometer(s) from Chatelherault Country Park. Chatelherault was built in 1732 by the Scottish architect William Adams as a hunting lodge for the Duke of Hamilton. This circular walk passes high above the Avon Gorge. Well-used by walkers and families.
  • Strathclyde Country Park.

  • 1 kilometer(s) from Strathclyde Country Park. One of Scotland's top recreational areas centred around Strathclyde Loch offering a wide variety of land & water based activities. It's water centre is one of the top rowing centres in Britain. Hosting the
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  • 9 kilometer(s) from National Museum of Rural Life. Discover how 300 hundred years of farming and rural home life has shaped Scotland's countryside. Tour the period farmhouse for a sense of what living on a farm was really like more than 50 years ago and
  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.

  • 24 kilometer(s) from Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Houses one of Europe's greatest art collections, it is amongst the top three free to enter visitor attractions in Scotland and one of the most visited museums in the UK outside of London.
  • Heritage Centre.

  • 0.8 kilometer(s) from Heritage Centre. With free admission, this four star attraction focuses on local history. With a multi-media tour which explores the area from Roman times through the industrial revolution up to present day.
  • New Lanark Mill.

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