Gardens in Glasgow, The Clyde Valley and Lanarkshire

Glasgow and Lanarkshire have several gardens worth exploring. Here are some hand-picked by our B&Bs

Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Glasgow Botanic Gardens and Kibble Palace. Park and botanic gardens famous for its great conservatory erected by John Kibble. The current conservatory is in its third home, finally being re-opened to the public in 2006. Tea room and glasshouses. Open all year daily, 7am - dusk. Free admission.

B&Bs near Glasgow Botanic Gardens -  Muirholm Bed and Breakfast, Loaninghead Farm, Easter Glentore Farm, Craigpark House B&B

Chatelherault Country Park

5 star heritage centre near Hamilton, offering guided tours of the 18th century hunting lodge, nature trails, scenic riverside walks,adventure play ground, picnic facilities,cafe & gift shop.

B&Bs near Chatleherault - Easter Glentore Farm, Craigpark House B&B, Muirholm Bed and Breakfast

The Pineapple

Near Airth, this folly was built in 1761 in the shape of a pineapple. Walled garden with extensive glasshouses, pineapple pits andwoodland walks. An all-ability path leads from the car park to a pond viewing platform.National Trust forScotland.

B&Bs nearby The Pineapple - Easter Glentore Farm, Craigpark House B&B, Muirholm Bed and Breakfast

Greenbank House and Garden

On the south side of Glagsow can be found Greenbank Garden, described as a ‘celebration of the gardener’s art’. It is very much a garden for gardeners, as it has an educational element which seeks to show visitors how to grow more unusual plants, some of which would usually only be available to the trade. Open all year.

B&Bs near Greenbank House and Garden –   Muirholm Bed and Breakfast, Easter Glentore Farm, Craigpark House B&B, Loaninghead Farm

Little Sparta

On the eastern edge of South Lanarkshire, near the village of Dunsyre, you can find Little Sparta. Unlike other gardens, this one was inspired by the artist and poet Ian Hamilton Finlay. Covering 5 acres, the gardens combine sculptures and poetry, each being revealed as you wind your way around the garden. There are over 275 artworks, which makes this garden, truly unique in Scotland. Open Jun/Jul/Aug/Sept. Wed, Fri and Sun. 2.30pm - 5.00pm. Admission charge.

B&Bs near Little Sparta –Easter Glentore Farm, Craigpark House B&B, Arden House, Belsyde House

Search by map

Search B&Bs and Guesthouses

 Family Friendly
 Pet Friendly
 Credit Cards Accepted
 WiFi Access
 Wheelchair Access
 Off Street Parking
 Ground Floor Bedroom
 Evening Meals Available

Check Availability

Location

Check In
No. Nights
Rooms

Room 1

Adults
Children
Ages

Room 2

Adults
Children
Ages

Room 3

Adults
Children
Ages