Activities

Activities

Strathaven Park

Activities

We try to encourage those who come to stay here to get out and about. We know you will be amazed by the variety of things to do on your doorstep.

At Drumboy Lodge self catering holiday accommodation there are many activities and attractions (for all ages) within the local areas of Strathaven, Hamilton, East Kilbride, Kilmarnock, Ayr, Glasgow and Edinburgh. The following are just some suggestions for things to do while staying in your self catering accommodation.

The activities sub menu contains information on family days out, also walking and fishing or you could try riding , explore historic Scotland or play some golf .

Please remember to contact us if there is anything in particular that you would like to do or see, and we will find out the details for you.

There is lots of information for suggestions within the lodge itself, so don’t panic if you are unsure what you would like to do. There is plenty of time to make up your mind once you get to your holiday lodge !!!

Our Blog also contains information about what’s happening ‘down on the farm’ and ‘out an about’.

Here’s a small list of suggestions …

Glasgow

Shopping in Buchanan Street.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
Glasgow School of Art.
The Burrell Collection.
Glasgow Science Centre.
Princes Square Shopping Mall.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh celebrations
Mackintosh Gallery.
The Willow Tea Rooms.
Lights in the Glasgow School of Art.
The Lighthouse.
The Tall Ship

Near Glasgow

The river Clyde –
Titan Crane.
Summerlee Museum Tram.
New Lanark World Heritage Site.
Walkers on the West Highland Way.
Chatelherhault House, by Hamilton.
Paisley Abbey

Edinburgh and around the Lothians

Edinburgh – A World Heritage Site.
Edinburgh Castle.
Princes Street Gardens.
Royal Botanic Gardens.
Designer Shopping.
Michelin star restaurants.
The Royal Mile.
Stunning Galleries.
The National Museum of Scotland

East and West Lothians
-which together make up Edinburgh’s surrounding coast and countryside

Lovely beaches.
Rolling hills.
Castles, historic houses and churches.
Linlithgow Palace – where Mary, Queen of Scots was born.
Walking, sailing, watersports, fishing, golf and horse riding

And much more ……