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The hotel accommodation was fine but the flexibility to allow a room to change into wedding attire ahead of getting access to hired room was very disappointing. The reception staff were very abrupt. However, cleaning staff were very pleasant in the passing. As we could not be allowed early entry ...
We stayed at this hotel for 2 days and managed to get a space in the on site car park - which was very convenient. The rooms were of a good size, clean and very comfortable. On arrival we were offered a discounted rate of £10 a head per day for breakfast which we accepted. Breakfast was good but ...
Beautiful hotel. Great service. Wouldn't stay anywhere else in Glasgow. Great value for room size and quality. Bistro restaurant was fantastic too, with great standard food.
this hotel is in a great area of glasgow plenty of pubs and restraunts nearby its very cosmopolition being situated near the university
The hotel is very clean and tidy. The only problem I had was that I couldn't turn the heating down as it was up full even with the window open is was uncomfortable.the continent breakfast was a bit sparce not much of a choice but I suppose if they didn't have a lot of quests then they didn't want ...
adequate hotel paid a low price with a discount on a building site large hotel going up next door and noise from road - very expensive bar £17.20 for 2 large drinks and bags of crisps clearly how they make their money
Glasgow is an ideal base from which to explore the beautiful Scottish countryside with your beloved pet. Travellers are within easy reach of the Trossachs and Loch Lomond, both which offer unforgettable walks and unforgettable sights. The contrast between wild hillsides and urban development offers some fantastic and unique views. The best thing? Glasgow is full of pet friendly hotels that will happily welcome your fury family members.
At 25 minutes by train from Glasgow city centre, nearby Stirling on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond is a great place for a daytrip and a dog walk. This historic location is home to the iconic Stirling Castle, which sits on a breathtaking wooded crag. Travellers can also visit the Wallace Monument – yes, as in William Wallace AKA Braveheart!
Take time to explore Stirling’s cobbled Old Town too, with its pretty buildings and antique jailhouse before finding yourself a nice dog-friendly pub with a roaring fire; a wee dram for you and a nice dish of cold water for your best friend there. What could be better?
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