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B&B in Glasgow
Glasgow might not be the capital of Scotland, but it's the country's biggest city. Its streets are lined with rows of handsome Victorian townhouses, punctuated by institutions like the National Theatre of Scotland and Scottish Opera, and cut through by the flowing River Clyde. Outside the city centre are some distinct districts. Much like London, the once working-class East End is now a thriving creative hub and music scene, while the leafy streets of the West End are packed with boutiques, terraced cafes and trendy eateries. It all makes for a unique mix not found in any other Scottish city.
Traditional tartan-laden period or city crash pad B&Bs, Glasgow
Glasgow bed and breakfasts are as diverse as the owners who run them and they dot the city from the banks of the River Clyde to the pretty streets of the West End. Some are housed within Victorian terraces, their tartan interiors still filled with original period features, like fireplaces and intricate cornicing. Others are boutique B&Bs that look like they've jumped out of the pages of an interior decorating magazine, or occupy modern buildings, with private trendy crash pads for young things looking for a weekend getaway. There are budget-friendly options, too, in comfortable B&Bs that are charmingly stuck in the past and offer a cheap place to lay your head, leaving you more cash to throw at the city's attractions.
Whichever you decide is right for you, you'll find a long list of amenities in most. The guestrooms are typically spacious, with private ensuite bathrooms, facilities for making hot drinks and comfortable beds. In addition, some have free parking and private sunny gardens away from the bustle of the city. Dig around a little and you might find a few that welcome pets, meaning you can take your furry friend on your Scottish getaway. Hop over to the Expedia listings and you'll easily find the right match by scrolling through their extensive list of properties, complete with photos and descriptions of the facilities. In just a few clicks, you can be all set for your break in a Glasgow bed and breakfast. Why not consider combining your trip to Glasgow with a visit to the Scottish capital, Edinburgh?
Thought-provoking art and centuries-old glasshouses near your B&B, Glasgow
There's plenty of cultural action going on near your Glasgow bed and breakfast. Try GoMA – the Gallery of Modern Art – as your first stop; its the busiest modern art gallery in Scotland. Here, the magnificent 19th-century columned facade is in complete contrast to the modern and thought-provoking works exhibited. Alternatively, if you're feeling a little nerdy, dive into the Glasgow Science Centre, on the banks of the River Clyde, where kids or kids at heart can get hands-on at more than 250 interactive exhibits. If the sun's shining, you could make a beeline for the People's Palace and Winter Gardens, the oldest park in the city, which houses a centuries-old glasshouse.
Fancy a little shopping? The Barras is an integral part of Glasgow's past and still thrives, with warehouses, shops and stalls selling everything from 2nd-hand clothes to mid-century furniture. You'll be hard-pressed to wander through without coming out the other end laden with bags. As the evening closes in, you can get your glad rags on for a night at The Corinthian Club, where you can sip on trendy cocktails, listen to the sounds of live music and have a flutter on the casino tables.