The Clydesdale Inn
About The Clydesdale Inn
This Wetherspoon 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.
Upcoming Events at The Clydesdale Inn
The Pumpkin Festival at M&D’s will be a fantastic experience for the whole family featuring Pumpkin picking, haymazing hay maze, Halloween themed games, spooky storytelling plus more!
M&D’s is getting into the spooky spirit and is celebrating Halloween with the return of their Drive in Movies!
Take part in an array of spooky activities such as pumpkin carving, riding the ghost train and exploring the haunted house at Clyde Valley Family Park's Spooktober!
There's spooky goings on at Calderglen this October! Do you dare brave the Ghost and Ghoul Hunt?
A spooky selection of family friendly activities are being held in North Lanarkshire Heritage Centre throughout the October week holiday!
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