Founded in 1785 in a dramatic gorge close to the famous Falls of Clyde, the mill village of New Lanark quickly became known all over the world under the enlightened management of social pioneer, Robert Owen. The Village of New Lanark, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has been beautifully restored as a living, working community and as part of that restoration, New Lanark Mill Hotel was created. Secluded yet accessible, we hold an enviable location in the rural splendour of the Clyde Valley.
Is served in the Mill One Restaurant from 1pm – 4pm every Sunday. Priced at only £12.95 per person they offer a choice of starter, before endulging in a selection of finger sandwiches, scones with homemade preserves, selection of finger sweet treats and the delicious New Lanark Ice Cream. A selection of fine teas are also available.