Strathaven Hotel

Strathaven Hotel
Hamilton Road, Strathaven, South Lanarkshire, ML10 6SZ
  • Telephone 01357 521778
  • Food served Sun 8am–9.30pm; Mon–Sat 7am–9.30pm.
  • Average price £14.95 (set lunch); £17 (evening meal)
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Country hotel with a modern restaurant and bar doing classy, bistro dishes with suppliers from the nearby area.

  • Average price: £14.95 (set lunch); £17 (dinner)
  • Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi

Events at this venue

There are 3 events at this location

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Hipsway Acoustic Concert

HIPSWAY Acoustic Concert at FRETS Saturday 27th Nov, 2021 The Strathaven Hotel FRETS is delighted to announce that HIPSWAY will be performing an acoustic concert at the Strathaven Hotel on Saturday 27th Nov, 2021. Skin and Pim are looking forward to getting back on a stage, itll be great night. BIOG Four young pretenders…

Sat 27 Nov

£25 / 01357 521778

The Skinner Songbook

THE SKINNER SONGBOOK is a new troubadour concert show produced by vocalist Grahame Skinner. The idea of the show is to highlight songs Grahame enjoys performing live as a vocalist, including songs from his own repertoire (Jazzateers / Hipsway / Cowboy Mouth), and songs by other artists (including Scott Walker / Lee…

Fri 26 Nov

Sold out / 01357 521778

Tim Burgess

The singer and musician from Cheshire, best known as the frontman of The Charlatans, performs new wave-indie, which takes influences from psychedelic-rock.

Fri 29 Oct

Sold out / 01357 521778

Sat 30 Oct

Sold out / 01357 521778

Reviews & features

Strathaven, South Lanarkshire's food town

25 Sep 2018

A round-up of the town's food shops and local produce

About 20 minutes drive south of East Kilbride and Hamilton lies the historic market town of Strathaven which has, in recent years, quietly come out of the shadow of those two powerhouses of South Lanarkshire to assert itself as a foodie destination that…