Dalzell House
Dalzell House
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This house is rumored to be haunted by three ghosts.
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Jen
Glasgow, UK516 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2021 • Friends
There are lots of lovely paths and short walks around Dalzell Estate. We come here frequently and always enjoy a lovely walk.

Some information boards around too which is a nice addition.
Written 10 April 2021
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theweetams
North Lanarkshire, UK32 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2018 • Couples
The walking the path's is not all that difficult , and you can learn a lot of history about the area it is close to public transport
Written 20 January 2019
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ArchieL231
Motherwell, UK195 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Family
A great place for a walk around the grounds very fortunate that i know people who live there and have been inside 6 of the apartments all very different all very special in their own way it’s a fantastic building in the Duke of Hamilton’s Estate.
Written 9 July 2018
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Ra B
nr Motherwell, Scotland, United Kingdom152 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2017
This is private flats it’s not a place for tourists. You can’t get near it. I don’t even know why it’s here.
Written 6 December 2017
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CAOLILAWELL
Motherwell, UK367 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Solo
The house itself is set in parkland/woodland , not far from the river Clyde & barons haugh nature reserve
A private residence the main building
The paths in the woodland give you stunning view of the newer part
The main entrance has a car park & behind 15 century tower
You enter via Taggarts motherwell and head bye our lady’s high school
Down a sweeping drive towards the house
Further on
A lovely Japanese garden , family burial chamber or crypt , and ancient burial grave yard , horse stables also close bye
A lovely place to visit at any time of year
Written 2 October 2017
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janettet863
Motherwell, UK85 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2016 • Family
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 sightings of ghosts. The estate is great to walk round goes for miles and u can walk alongside the river Clyde also. It's a great place to relax especially in the heat. It's worth a visit but as I say the house are now flats. The covantors oak tree is still standing so get over to see this before its completely gone.
Written 17 June 2016
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Scott M
Bellshill, UK180 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2016 • Solo
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.
Written 21 February 2016
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KIlsythLiz
Birmingham, UK111 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Family
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
Written 13 August 2015
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kwiewiorowski
Poznan, Poland2,342 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2014 • Solo
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 parts. Nice riverside walk, a few lakes-wild fowl reserve with observation points, privately owned and not accessible(pity) Dalzell house-19th century baronial residence, which is nevertheless a major focal point, somewhat neglected Japanese garden and arboretum, shaded brooks whisper in deep ravines. The woodland is particularly attractive in the spring when trees, bluebells and other flowers are in bloom, their fragrance in the air along with the tweeter and chirping of all sorts of singing birds. It is however, what I said- a half wild parkland, not a manicured NT property. To the point that there are no toilets there(!) nor the all-important tea/coffee room. That is decidedly very non-British. Well, you can’t have everything all the time. And the entry is free.
Written 18 May 2014
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Paul R
Brisbane348 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2014 • Couples
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!
Written 30 April 2014
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