One of Scotland's luxurious hotels and a modern take of the 17th-century castle.
Situated in the picturesque countryside of Blantyre, Crossbasket Castle Hotel is an elegant, luxurious, and peaceful getaway from the city bustle. Just a 20-minute drive away from the centre of Glasgow, the castle hotel is easily accessible. It is within a short distance from popular parks, hiking spots, and other tourist attractions. This 17th-century castle has been luxuriously renovated and refurbished to give it a modern twist without losing its historic charm. It features a restaurant, bar, terrace, and event venues. The entire estate is lush with landscaped grounds and woodlands, with waterfalls and a river running through it.
Featuring a 17th-century architecture, the castle is elegantly refurbished and intricately decorated, with rooms that are uniquely designed and furnished.
Dining at the hotel is a luxurious culinary experience, whether you decide to eat at the elegantly designed Baillie Room or in other luxurious spots of the hotel.
Located in the landscaped grounds in Blantyre, the castle is just within a short distance from Glasgow, which means that there are plenty to do and see nearby.
Small Double Room
Large Double Room
Cottage with Garden View
Stoneymeadow Rd, East Kilbride, Glasgow, UK
The Albert & Michel Roux Jr Restaurant is set in the luxuriously decorated Baillie Room, with award-winning chefs and head-chefs at the helm. Lunch and dinner are served from Wednesday and Sunday.
Aptly called the "Jewel in the Landscape," the Chatelherault Country Park is a five-star visitor attraction that features beautifully restored 18th-century buildings. It is surrounded by ancient woodlands and scenic views, including the River Avon.
A child-friendly attraction accessible from Crossbasket Castle is the David Livingstone Centre. This museum exhibits interesting finds from David Livingstone’s explorations in Africa. Outside the museum is 20 acres of scenic parklands and gardens.
A popular attraction in the West End of Glasgow is the Glasgow Botanic Gardens. Run by the Royal Botanic Institution of Glasgow, it features several beautiful glasshouses and plenty of colorful gardens.