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Address: 8-10 Glasgow Road, Uddingston, G71 7AS

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Situated a 15-minute drive from Glasgow city centre, Redstones Hotel offers elegant bedrooms, free Wi-Fi, free parking, and a stylish wine bar and traditional restaurant. The cosy bedrooms at Redstones Hotel are individually decorated, and some have large bay windows and panelled walls. All rooms have a TV with DVD player and a modern en-suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries. The on-site restaurant serves a varied menu, featuring quality local produce and fresh Scottish fish. The stylish bar offers fine wines, classic cocktails and a light grill menu. There is also has a spacious terrace and an airy conservatory. Redstones Hotel is a 5-minute walk from Uddingston Rail Station with trains reaching Glasgow in 10 minutes. Edinburgh city centre is 40 minutes' drive from the hotel.

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Bothwell Castle - Uddingston - Castle

Bothwell Castle - Uddingston - Castle

Distance 1.21 miles (1.94 km)
The mighty medieval castle of Bothwell was built on a bluff above a bend in the River Clyde. Building was started by Walter of Moray some time in the latter half of the 1200s. Invasion and repeated siege meant that the original design of the castle was never completed and what you see today is largely the work of the Earls of Douglas in the years around 1400. Bothwell Castle is roughly rectangular in shape. Its west end is occupied by the remains of the massive circular donjon or keep. The east end of the castle comprises the great hall and the south east tower. The angle behind the great hall was, until about 1700, home to the north east tower, a large square tower built in about 1400 to replace the siege-damaged donjon and considerably taller than the surviving south east tower. Only its base survives.

David Livingstone Centre - Blantyre - Exhibition

David Livingstone Centre - Blantyre - Exhibition

Distance 1.68 miles (2.68 km)
There cant be many people who have survived an attack by a lion. But Scotlands most famous explorer, Dr David Livingstone, is one of them. This incident, one of many remarkable events throughout his life, is dramatically re-created in a sculpture designed and gifted by the Oscar-winning animator Ray Harryhausen, and his wife Diana, Livingstones great-granddaughter. Many of Livingstones personal belongings are on display including journals, and navigational and medical equipment clearly he was not a man to travel light! His is an engaging story for all ages and for youngsters theres plenty to do including quizzes, dressing up, and even a lion hunt.