Drumboy Lodge

Drumboy Lodge are following the governments guidance due to COVID-19 and have extensive measures in place to protect our staff and guests, and we have our Good To Go certificate. The farm offers family friendly accommodation in the beautiful Lanarkshire countryside.

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Drumboy Lodge is a 4 star, self-catering property overlooking the beautiful Loudounhill and the Irvine Valley, where the Battle of Loudounhill and the Battle of Drumclog were fought. Drumboy Farm is a working farm, which we will be delighted to show you around. There are many kinds of animals on the farm along with different kinds of wild-life in the surrounding areas.


The lodge offers four spacious rooms, 2 doubles (with en-suites) and 2 twin bedded rooms. There is also a very spacious kitchen / dining room, lounge, kids TV room and a bathroom with a bath, to enable you to relax in at the end of the day. As well as offering free wifi, the house is double glazed with oil central heating and has wheelchair access throughout. As the lodge sleeps 9 it is ideal for families as well as groups.

Nearby attractions

There is plenty to explore nearby, with walks, fishing opportunities, numerous leisure activities and golf in the surrounding areas as well the lovely market town of Strathaven.

Strathaven Park has a miniature steam railway for children to ride on, boating pond with boats to hire, and new 2015 playpark with zip wires and also has a fabulous new outdoor gym equipment area for public use.

Others to mention are Hamilton Water Palace and The Time Capsule in Coatbridge, Calderglen Country Park and Summerlee.

Why not visit the bustling town of Hamilton, families will love a trip to Hamilton Water Palace complete with water slide. Or why not explore the beautiful 5 star Chatelherault? This 500-acre country park boasts a fun visitor centre with galleries and exhibitions on South Lanarkshire’s history and wildlife. Entrance into the park is free! 

The nearby town of East Kilbride also provides many family activities and another 5 star attraction, the National Museum of Rural Life. Visitors can take a step back in time and explore Scottish rural life in this 1950s working farm.

Lanarkshire also plays host to many exciting events near by Drumboy Lodge throughout the year. Check the VisitLanarkshire events page to find out more. 

Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling and Ayr are also only a short car journey away.

Directions: From Strathaven:

Take the A71 Strathaven to Kilmarnock road.
Around 5 miles from Strathaven, you will come to the village of Drumclog. The Drumclog church will be on your left hand side at a cross-roads.
Turn right here into Meadowfoot Road. There is a sign for the 'Regal Fishery' facing you.
Continue along this road for about 2.5 miles, until you face a collection of houses, at a Y junction. Turn left here.
Lodge should be on your immediate left. Near Drumclog Village on A71

Save £100 off a week's booking for parties of less than four.

Please check Drumboy Lodge's website for current rates and and special offers.

Tel: 07766 347896

Location: Drumboy farm Drumclog ML10 6QJ

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