Craigpark House Bed & Breakfast is located in Caldercruix Airdrie, Lanarkshire. The B&B is only a 5 minute walk to the local train station with trains direct into Glasgow and Edinburgh.
There are four comfortable guests’ rooms all with en suite shower facilities, courtesy tray, hair dryer, bathrobes and mini fridge. Laundry and drying facilities available and if you stay with us for more than seven nights then we will do your laundry free of charge. We also have place to store you bicycles.
We have delicious varied breakfasts from a Scottish smoked salmon bagel with poached eggs, a warm croissant with scrambled eggs and ham to a full hearty Scottish feast or if you have an early start then a substantial packed lunch in place of breakfast. We can also cater for vegetarians and special diets if informed at time of booking. All of our food is freshly prepared using locally sourced food where possible for example Scottish smoked salmon served on a toasted bagel with poached eggs.
The guests lounge offers plenty of comfortable seating for guests to relax and unwind after a long day be it with work or with sightseeing, along with plenty of reading materials and tourist information. Our guests have breakfast together in our elegant dining room between 07.30am and 9.00am.
Outside, guests can relax (weather permitting) on our patio area and watch the amazing variety of wild birds that feed here.
There are several golf courses nearby. For example Easter Moffat, Plains, Airdrie Golf Course and Drumpellier Coatbridge. Easy access from M8, M74, M80 and M9 motorways. Airdrie is reputed to be the highest town in Scotland, built on 7 hills similar to Rome. Glasgow and Stirling 15 miles, Edinburgh 28 miles. Excellent touring base for central Scotland.
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Rates: From £50 per person per night based on single occupancy.
From £65 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Children over 10 are welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
Off street parking.
Additional land for large vehicle parking.
4 Star Visit Scotland.