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Hamilton in the Clyde Valley was named (or re-named) for the noble family to which the district at one time belonged, responsible for building the vast but sadly long gone Hamilton Palace and many other significant structures in the area. These include the (again) huge 19th century mausoleum, worth a visit to test the truth of the claim that it has the longest echo of any building in the world, and to try the whispering walls – a good place to say ‘I love you’? Most people hearing the name probably make the connection to Hamilton’s racecourse, with its roots in the 18th century, proof that the place enjoys a bit of fun

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Hamilton Town House
Lanarkshire
With its Edwardian Baroque Style architecture and access to the picturesque Cadzow Glen, the Town…
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Situated within the heart of Lanarkshire and set within secluded grounds, lies Hamilton Park Racecourse,…
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Low Parks Museum
Lanarkshire
The ideal town centre location for your special day. In the 17th & 18th centuries…
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Strathaven Hotel
Lanarkshire
Well appointed, and tastefully furbished, the Strathaven Suite has its own bar facilities, toilets, stage…
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Almada Suite
Lanarkshire
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Avonbridge Hotel
Lanarkshire
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