The Clydesdale Inn

15 Bloomgate, ML11 9ET

01555 678 740

Monday8am – 12am

Tuesday8am – 12am

Wednesday8am – 12am

Thursday8am – 12am

Friday8am - 1am

Saturday8am – 12am

Sunday8am – 12am

This pub is the former Clydesdale Hotel built in 1791 by the town council and gentlemen of the county as a first-class coaching inn.

In 1827 the elegant and spacious Assembly Rooms were added to the rear. By the mid-19th century, the hotel had become an important staging post, with coaches departing for Edinburgh, Glasgow and London.

The Inn had many important visitors, including William and Dorothy Wordsworth and Charles Dickens.

In modern times The Clydesdale Inn is a busy place in Lanark and a popular destination for both eating and refreshments.