This contemporary cottage lies in the heart of Larkhall, 14 miles south-east of Glasgow, on the edge of the Clyde Valley.
Perfect for couples, Patrick Brae House is a light, airy studio set-up, with vibrant furnishings and a fabulous colour scheme.
The inviting orange sofas rest before French doors, a lovely place to relax morning through to evening, enjoying the cool breeze as you sip a warm cup of tea.
The well appointed kitchen is complimented by an all-white finish, offering everything you need during your stay.
After a busy day exploring, you can return and unwind in the double bed.
Completing the accommodation to that of a hotel standard, discover the immaculate shower room.
Out and about you can take in the excellent views over the Lanarkshire countryside; with easy access to all Strathclyde attractions should you wish to travel further afield.
Why not take a trip towards Glasgow for the best of art and culture where galleries and museums are in abundance?
A choice of over 20 includes the world's first Museum of Religion and the renowned Burrell Collection in Pollok Park.
Be sure to experience the city's shopping with high street stores, designer labels, and specialty outlets on offer.
A one-of-a-kind cottage in a memorable part of Scotland.
About the location
Glasgow 14 miles.
Larkhall sits on high ground between the River Clyde to the East and the Avon Water to the West. Larkhall rests on the edge of the scenic Clyde valley and is a commuter town for Glasgow. The town has a selection of high street and local shops, and there is a wide variety of restaurants, cafes and pubs. Near to the M74, this leaves Glasgow only 20 minutes and Edinburgh 50 minutes away by car. The town has regular bus services to a variety of places including Hamilton, Motherwell, Lanark and Wishaw. Larkhall railway station connects to Glasgow and Dalmuir. Merryton railway station lies on the north edge of the town and connects with the same service as Larkhall station. Nearby to Larkhall is Chatelherault Country Park, which has exhibitions on the history of the areas as well as a visitor centre and walks. Further afield Glasgow boasts world famous art collections, the best shopping in the United Kingdom outside London, and the most vibrant and notable nightlife in Scotland.