Carmichael Estate

Carmichael Estate

About Carmichael Estate

Carmichael Country Cottages and Farm Shop , Lanark ML12 6PF
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Carmichael Estate is the located between Lanark and Biggar in South Lanarkshire and covers around 2000 acres. The stunning landscape consists of ancient woodlands, deer parks, arable land and hill farm grazing.

There Estate is fully operational and managed by the Carmichael family. The farm grows spring barley, lupins and sheep feed to the animals on.

Venison, beef and lamb is sold through the farm shop and online. Lamb and Venison is slaughtered and butchered on the farm in a certified meat processing plant. Lanarkshire Limousin Beef goes away to Shotts for slaughter but returns for butchering.

16 Visit Scotland rated self catering holiday cottages are nestled around the Estate providing an idea base for exploring Scotland from. Being on 1 hour from Edinburgh and Glasgow there is a tremendous amount of things to see and do in the area.

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Ladies’ Night
EK, East Kilbride Ladies' Night on August 4th is the most hotly anticipated night of the year at Hamilton Park Racecourse!
Biggar Agricultural Show
The annual Biggar Agricultural Show, being held on Saturday 21st July, is a great day out for the whole family!
Teddy Bears Picnic
On Friday the 3rd of August Kilbryde Hospice is holding their very own Teddy Bears Picnic at the Crutherland House Hotel!
Festival 2018 at Strathclyde Park
Over eight days, lots of free and fantastic activities will take place at Strathclyde Park as part of the Festival 2018 celebrations!
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Enjoy an open-air performance at Bothwell Castle of one of Shakespeare's earliest comedies Love’s Labour’s Lost by Folksy Theatre!