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Self-catering accommodation in Hamilton student rooms

Not just for students - anyone can book!

  • Convenient and affordable accommodation option - Hamilton is located within the heart of Lanarkshire just 11 miles south of Glasgow.
  • Modern, well-equipped, conveniently located accommodation at great prices!

Hamilton Visitor information


Hamilton offers lots to see and do, such as first-class sporting and leisure activities, including football, rugby, golf, tennis, ten-pin bowling, swimming and horse riding. The recently-regenerated town centre also offers plenty of shopping options as well as a new 9-screen cinema, theatre and a host of diverse pubs, nightclubs and restaurants.
There are a number of country parks and nature reserves such as Strathclyde Park which is situated between Hamilton and nearby Motherwell. There is a Roman Fort and a bath house at the Park and there is a M&D's theme park, an indoor Tropical Rainforest packed with exotic birds.
Strathclyde Park Golf Course is located on the Hamilton side of the M74 Motorway, Junction 6. The course is a 3113 yard, par 36, 9 hole course set amongst mature woods and parklands adjoining Strathclyde Country Park.

Getting There

By Car: From Glasgow, exit M74 at Junction 5, then follow signs for Hamilton
By Train:Trains run every 30 minutes from Glasgow Central to Hamilton. The accommodation is 5 minutes walk from Hamilton West Train Station.
By Bus: The number 201, 263 (First Glasgow) passes the accommodaiton.
By Air:  Glasgow International Airport and then a train.

History of Hamilton

Hamilton was originally known as Cadzow or Cadyou, pronounced kadyu. During the Wars of Scottish Independence the Hamilton family initially supported the English and Walter fitz Gilbert (the head of the Hamilton family) was governor of Bothwell Castle on behalf of the English. However, he later changed loyalty to Robert the Bruce, following the Battle of Bannockburn, and ceded Bothwell to him. For this act, he was rewarded with a portion of land which had been forfeited by the Comyns at Dalserf and later the Barony and lands of Cadzow, which in time would become the town of Hamilton.

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