The Applebank Inn

The Applebank Inn

About The Applebank Inn

Applebank Inn Millheugh, Larkhall ML9 1NT
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Dating back to 1715, the Applebank Inn is one of the oldest Inns in Scotland. Set alongside the River Avon & in the beautiful countryside of Millheugh and the Morgan Glen, the Applebank Inn offers a unique blend of history, legend & stunning scenery.

Steeped in 300 years of history, the Applebank Inn is known to be one of the most haunted pubs in Britain. In the Haunted Pub Guide, the ghostly presence of the Black Lady is described as 'quite the most exotic ghost to be found'. Today, the Applebank Inn has a well-deserved reputation for serving an excellent mix of fresh & locally-sourced traditional & modern Scottish & international cuisine. We also offer an outside terrace area which overlooks the stunning scenery of the River Avon.

The Applebank Inn is within 10 minutes drive of Hamilton, Strathaven, East Kilbride and Motherwell. From Glasgow and Lanark, we are only 20 minutes away. We have ample parking to the rear of the premises and a regular taxi service on request.

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