TEL: 01236 769077
Caderhouse is of Victorian design and was constructed in the year 1896.
The original occupants were senior management of the former nearby "Iron and Steel" works carrying out operations in the Calder Valley.
From the 1930's to 1960's Calderhouse was utilised as the Village Police Station with a Sergeant, two constables and their families residing.
After being vacated by Lanarkshire council, the property has changed hands a few times.
The current owners Bobby and Betty Gaines have tastefully refurbished Calderhouse keeping the design in keeping with that of the Victorian period.
The spacious accommodation has a choice of bedrooms all equipped with flat screen televisions and tea/coffee making facilities.
The conservatory to the rear over looking the garden, contains the lounge and dining area giving a cheerful setting to enjoy a hearty Scottish breakfast.
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Being situated just off the M8 motorway link between Glasgow and Edinburgh, and only within two miles of Airdrie railway station, it is extremely well suited for the tourist and business traveller alike.
Games Room and Extra Features
You can relax in the evening within the Games Room adjacent to the Conservatory, with a game of pool or table top activities and watch television.
Double &Single Rooms
Mrs Betty Gaines, the resident owner, will make you very welcome and assure you of a comfortable and enjoyable stay in the heart of Scotland.
A Charming Location With
13 MAIN STREET, CALDERBANK, AIRDRIE, LANARKSHIRE, ML6 9SG