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    Self-catering Accommodation for Fishing Holidays in Lanarkshire

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    Find a place to stay for a fishing holiday in Lanarkshire. Choose from coastal and fishermen's cottages or cottages near the sea, river or a loch.

    Lanarkshire is divided into two parts, North lanarkshire and South Lanarkshire. North Lanarkshire reaches from the Carron Valley north of Kilsyth right down to the scenic Clyde Valley in the southern area. Just over the county boundary, by Lanark, lies the Falls of Clyde wildlife reserve and the historic mills of New Lanark. There are also three superb country parks in North Lanarkshire - Palacerigg, Drumpellier and Strathclyde - each has its own specific attractions.

    South Lanarkshire is an area steeped in history and many of the towns in the region have a range of excellent attractions allowing you to explore their past. The jewel in South Lanarkshires historical crown is undoubtedly New Lanark, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This 18th-century cotton mill village first built by pioneering social reformer Robert Owen, has been beautifully restored and features an award-winning visitor centre whose interactive displays and rides really bring history to life.

    There are many varied and different opportunities for self catering fishing holidays in Lanarkshire. Hillend Loch for instance, by Caldercruix in North Lanarkshire, is one of Scotland's premier trout fishing locations. Established over 200 years ago as a reservoir for the Forth and Clyde Canal, the loch has become naturalised over the years and is fringed by mature woodland, moorland and meadow.

    The owners of your self-catering accommodation will be able to advise you about suitable places to fish. Please use the Feature Pages menu to find other locations and accommodation for your fishing holiday.