A large country house begun in 1824 by the Cranstoun family, head of Clan Cranstoun, with its estate forming part of the New Lanark World Heritage Site.
Lanark, Strathclyde, ML11 9TQGet Directions
Corehouse is a pioneering example of the Tudor architectural revival in Scotland, designed by Sir Edward Blore and situated above the famous Corra Lynn Falls of Clyde.
1-7 May, 27-31 May, 29 Jul-16 Aug Saturday to Wednesday (i.e closed Thursday & Friday)
Open for guided tours:
Weekdays 1 & 2.15 pm
Weekends 1.45 & 3pm
4-8 & 25-29 May, 27 July-14 August, open Saturday to Wednesday (ie closed Thursday & Friday) for guided tours at 1 & 2.15 pm on weekdays, 1.45 and 3pm at weekends
Historic Houses members visit for free.
Standard Entry: £10
Group visits are available at Corehouse by appointment only.
We are able to offer light refreshments as part of your visit.
For more information please contact us:
01555663126 or email@example.com
Lanark, Strathclyde, ML11 9TQ
The house is located near Lanark but on South bank of river Clyde, two miles upstream from Kirkfieldbank village. By public transport, train to Lanark and then a taxi from outside the station.
The post code is ML11 9TQ. It is best, when driving, to approach via Corehouse Drive. Pass council houses on right, then Corehouse farm on left. At lone cottage (West Lodge), turn right through gateway immediately beyond lodge. We are at the bottom of the road, with parking in front of house (leave park on your right).
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