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Dalzell House

| Not Open TO Public. Private Flats., Motherwell, Scotland
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Nice walk

The house is no longer an old building u could walk round and nip a peek inside. Its now flats and... read more

Reviewed 17 June 2016
janettet863
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Motherwell, United Kingdom
via mobile
Lovely grounds

Great place to walk the dogs. Can be muddy. Be wary of horses too. House isn't accessible as... read more

Reviewed 21 February 2016
Scott M
,
Bellshill, Scotland, United Kingdom
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This house is rumored to be haunted by three ghosts.
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  • Very good46%
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  • Poor7%
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| Not Open TO Public. Private Flats., Motherwell, Scotland
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Reviewed 17 June 2016 via mobile

The house is no longer an old building u could walk round and nip a peek inside. Its now flats and private parking. So u need to ask before roaming the gardens at the back. Its a great house steeped in history with a few...More

Thank janettet863
Reviewed 21 February 2016 via mobile

Great place to walk the dogs. Can be muddy. Be wary of horses too. House isn't accessible as converted into flats but still lovely to look at.

Thank Scott M
Reviewed 13 August 2015

Fabulous park good walk over to the RSPB reserve. Great for dogs and kids. There is a wee burn fir paddling and an old cemetery. Beautiful trees and the Jaoanese garden although in need of care and work, it's still lovely

1  Thank KIlsythLiz
Reviewed 18 May 2014

Beautiful half-wild park in the middle of a very urbanized part of Scotland near Glasgow. It is large; you will need at least 2-3 hours to walk most, but not all tracks. Unfortunately the traffic noise from the nearby motorway is quite intrusive in some...More

3  Thank kwiewiorowski
Reviewed 30 April 2014

This place is sensational. Natural woodland walks; Japanese garden; riverside tracks by the Clyde; hides to view wildlife. Unspoiled. The estate manor is not accessible as it is apartment dwellings. A discreet cafe would be a great addition. Didn't find any toilet facilities!

2  Thank Paul R
Reviewed 21 April 2014 via mobile

Great place to walk the dogs. Always quiet and lovely setting. Watch out for horses though. The house is private so you cant get into it

1  Thank Scott M
Reviewed 17 August 2013 via mobile

Fantastic building, great Japanese gardens as well as beautiful country side walks. Very peaceful. I stayed here for 5 years and loved wakening up every morning in the beautiful surroundings.

Thank Kenna0506
Reviewed 14 April 2013

I just found this site, and when I visited it was the boys' school. But I'll back up. I am a Dalzell, American. Back in the early 50's my family was apprised of the estate having to be sold. We are a pretty small family,...More

6  Thank Bonnicoop
Reviewed 29 November 2007

Great place, but private apartments, so you can't get into the building.

1  Thank Derek Y
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campbeltown, Motherwell term time
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Reviewed 13 October 2004

Im a student at Motherwell College and ive walked down the estate with a carer from stewart Hall of residence, she took me down to the house and told me that it was really old and now has been turned into apartments. I looked up...More

2  Thank A TripAdvisor Member
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