Situated on the river Clyde, ten miles south east of Glasgow, the village has many stimulating visitor attractions and has attractive boutiques and shops, bars and restaurants catering for all tastes.
Just off junction 5 of the M74 its central location provides motorists with easy access to the major regions of Scotland. Strathclyde Country Park is nearby as is the largest and finest 13th century castle in Scotland.
Bothwell was the birthplace of Joanne Baillie (1762-1851) who became one of the most acclaimed international female dramatists and poets of the romantic era and was born in the oldest collegiate church in Scotland, which is still a vital part of the community. The village is the perfect commuter location for Glasgow, Edinburgh, Hamilton and East Kilbride.