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Innkeepers Lodge
Motherwell
Lanarkshire

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Innkeeper's Lodge Glasgow strathclyde is located 300 yards away from strathclyde country park and approximately 20 minutes from glasgow city centre. scotlands biggest theme park m&d's is only 1 mile away. hamilton race course, the time capsule and motherwell heritage centre are also in the area. each of our 28 rooms has a refreshing shower, a desk to work at, wifi in every room, telephone and modem services, tea and coffee making facilities, flat screen freeview digital tv and most importantly a comfortable bed. breakfast is complimentary and is served next door in the toby carvery glasgow strathclyde. guests can help themselves to a chioce of cereals, croissants, bagels, fresh fruit, yoghurts, juices, toast, preserves, fresh coffee & tea.the toby carvery glasgow strathclyde offers three different freshly roasted joints plus a healthy choice of eight seasonal vegetables. we also have a good selection of pub food with a drinks menu that has just about anything you could want to wash it down with.

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