The Moylan family cordially invite you to come to The Tudor Hotel. We have a grand reputation for providing a beautiful service at which we are at your beck and call. We are a family run business serving in Airdrie.
The hotel is owned and managed by the Moylan family. We are definitely experienced in satisfying anyone who walks in to our hotel. It enhances the output of the hotel because we are a family run business.
Moylan family has owned and run The Tudor Hotel for since 1994. With these years of catering and service comes a lot of experience. In his first year of trading, Mr Moylan won the ‘Most Improved Business’ award from the Scottish Licensed Trade Association.
Outside The Tudor Hotel is the hotel’s own Beer Garden. On a day where you are welcome to enjoy a nice drink whilst basking in the sun. Here you can relax and enjoy a day of peace whilst drinking something from our extensive spirit menu.
We also have a play area which will keep your children occupied for a long time.
The Tudor Hotel is quite near to Airdrie town centre as it is on the outskirts of the town of Airdrie. Any visitors to The Tudor Hotel have all of the facilities of Airdrie close at hand. The John Smith Leisure Pool is within walking distance and provides the community with a swimming pool, a gym and sunbeds.
The town centre of Airdrie is around half a mile away and has all of the shops and services that you would come to expect on a high street.
If you would like to go shopping in Glasgow or Edinburgh, The Tudor Hotel is within easy distance of the railway station from which you can catch a train to Glasgow or Edinburgh.
2 miles from The Tudor Hotel is the Time Capsule, this is one of the area's complimentary leisure facilities. This superb recreational centre is nationally renowned throughout Scotland and attracts many people from all around the country.
In the Time Capsule you can go ice skating, swimming, play squash and you can play 5-a-side football.
Summerlee Heritage Park is only 5 minutes from The Tudor Hotel by car and is an entertaining way to learn about the past of Lanarkshire.