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The Hawthorns - Glasgow Hotels
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The Hawthorns

The Square, Glasgow - Map
 
 
"Nice and quiet"
If you want a clean comfortable room and a great breakfast stay here. Staff is very nice and helpful.
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Azalea House B&B - Glasgow Hotels
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Azalea House B&B

67 Cumbernauld Road, Glasgow - Map
 
 
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Finglen House - Glasgow Hotels
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Finglen House

Campsie Glen, Glasgow - Map
 
 
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    Pocket Guide: Bed and Breakfast Hotels in Glasgow

    Booking a stay in one of Glasgow’s friendly bed and breakfasts is a fantastic way to get a real feel for the local area and experience Scotland’s legendary warm welcome.

    Full of Cosy Charm

    Many bed & breakfasts are family-run operations, full of cosy charm. Your hosts will be only too happy to share their local knowledge and point out hidden gems.

    Use the Expedia search tool to browse the full spectrum of B&B accommodation, from budget options to luxury boutiques in city centre locations.

    Absorbing Attractions in Glasgow

    Make sure you fuel up for the day with a delicious traditional Scottish breakfast before you venture out to discover the delights of this vibrant city.

    The Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery is Scotland’s oldest public museum, and one of the most remarkable. Ancient Egyptian and Roman artefacts compete for your attention alongside scientific instruments, a 330 million-year-old shark and a beguiling gallery of fine art. Pride of place is given to the Charles Rennie Mackintosh collection and the Mackintosh House, the meticulously reconstructed home of the Mackintoshes.

    Not far from Glasgow is Summerlee Museum of Scottish Industrial Life. This leading attraction chronicles the social and industrial history of the region. Jump on Scotland’s only electric ‘heritage’ tramway as you explore working machinery, an unreconstructed mine and mineworkers’ cottages.

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