Visit Lennoxtown and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Lennoxtown, East Dunbartonshire, was originally called the Clachan of Campsie. At the old parish church, abandoned in 1828, is the graveyard with the Lennox family vault and some early 17th century Kincaid stones.
The new village of Lennoxtown, or Newtown of Campsie, started with the introduction of calico-printing in 1785—6, and some examples of its industrial housing date back to about 1795. A nail-works has now been established.
About 11 miles North West of Lennoxtown is Lennox Castle. Erected between 1837 and 1847, after a design of David Hamilton of Glasgow, it commands an extensive view of the area.
Nearby towns: Glasgow
Nearby towns: Kilsyth, Kirkintilloch, Milngavie
Nearby villages: Anniesland, Auchenhowie, Auchinairn, Auchinreoch, Baldernock, Baljaffray, Balmore, Bardowie, Bearsden, Birdston, Bishopbriggs, Cadder, Campsie, Clachan of Campsie, Drumchapel, Faifley, Fintry, Hermetray, Killearn, Lenzie, Linthouse, Maryhill, Milton of Campsie, Mingulay, Mugdock, Partick, Provanmill, Renfrew, Scotstoun, Shillay, Springburn, Strathblane, Torrance, Twechar, Vallay, Waterside, Whiteinch
Have you decided to visit Lennoxtown or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Lennoxtown bed and breakfast (a Lennoxtown B&B or Lennoxtown b and b)
- a Lennoxtown guesthouse
- a Lennoxtown hotel (or motel)
- a Lennoxtown self-catering establishment, or
- other Lennoxtown accommodation