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Where to Stay 2013

Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley Mòr-roinn Ghlaschu & Gleann Chluaidh www.visitscotland.com/glasgow

Stylish City

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Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley Mòr-roinn Ghlaschu & Gleann Chluaidh

Discover Glasgow, Scotland’s city with style, where you can find world-class attractions in a friendly and beautiful place. Explore the creative side of this UNESCO City of Music, with museums and galleries showcasing fabulous works including those of renowned designer, artist and architect, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Beyond the city you’ll find lush countryside to enjoy in the Year of Natural Scotland, great family days out and a wealth of fascinating history throughout the region, including two UNESCO World Heritage Sites. 01

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Travel tips Glasgow: Scotland with style Charles Rennie Mackintosh Art and culture Beyond the city A natural place Delicious dining What’s on VisitScotland Information Centres Quality Assurance Practical information How to read the listings

Glasgow accommodation 23 Hotels and Inns 24 Serviced Apartments 25 Guest Houses and B&Bs 26 Campus Accommodation 27 Self Catering 28 Hostels/Activity Accommodation Accommodation beyond the city 31 Hotels and Inns 34 Guest Houses and B&Bs 36 Self Catering 38 Camping and Caravan Parks 38 Hostels/Activity Accommodation 02

44 Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley area maps

Cover View across the city of Glasgow. 01 Detail from House for an Art Lover, from designs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. 02 A day out at the Riverside Museum – Scotland’s Museum of Transport and Travel. 03 Ideal for retail therapy – shopping in the Merchant City.

Credits Photography: Paul Tomkins/VisitScotland/Scottish Viewpoint, Chris Robson, Garry Mcharg, Alan McAteer, EventScotland, Graham Wylie/Glasgow City Marketing Bureau, VisitBritain/Britain on View, Cath Scott courtesy of Pollok Country Park. Design: APS Group Scotland | www.theapsgroup.com, Stand | www.stand-united.co.uk and THK Design | www.thkdesign.com This brochure is printed on recycled content paper. VisitScotland is committed to ensuring that our environment, upon which our tourism is so dependent, is safeguarded for future generations to enjoy. To find out more about Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley go to www.visitscotland.com/glasgow

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Travel tips Dòighean siubhail

Tips for the journey Download iShoogle, the Glasgow Subway app at www.spt.co.uk/ ishoogle which features live service updates, timetables, check-ins, maps, guides, news and more.

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Getting to Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley is easy, thanks to one of the best public transport networks in the UK and direct access from major centres around the world. This region makes a great base during a long stay, but due to the fantastic transport links, it is also the ideal region to visit on a short break from other parts of Scotland. Whether you’re staying in the central belt, down in the Borders or on the west coast, you can easily head into Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley for a great day out or a few days exploring. By road The M74 north-south motorway allows quick access through the Clyde Valley and into the city so it’s easy to travel around any part of the region. If you’re coming from the south, or exploring for the day, you can use the distinctive Clyde Valley Tourist Route signs for a scenic alternative which

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allows you to visit every corner of this fabulous area. Follow the River Clyde through an area of contrasting landscapes, rich in historical interest by way of the A73, A72 and A702. By bus Both Scottish Citylink and National Express offer services to Glasgow from a great variety of towns and cities across the UK. For more information visit www.citylink.co.uk, www.megabus.com, www.stagecoachbus.com and www.nationalexpress.com

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If you travel the M8 to Glasgow, look out for sculptures including The Heavy Horse, The Horn and Big Heids.


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By rail Glasgow has two main railway stations in the city centre, just a five-minute walk or bus journey from each other. Services from the south arrive at Glasgow Central Station, while the majority of trains from Edinburgh and the north arrive at Queen Street Station. For more information visit www.nationalrail. co.uk or www.scotrail.co.uk Great value travel passes for First Bus, local rail and the Subway, covering 110 stations, as well as some ferries throughout Strathclyde, can be obtained from any staffed rail station or STP Travel Centre. For more information visit www.spt.co.uk By ferry Ferry services across the Firth of Clyde connect the Inverclyde area with the Isle of Bute and the Cowal Peninsula. These terminals are at Wemyss Bay and Gourock. Both offer direct rail access into the city. A number of operators provide vehicle and foot passenger services including Dunoon to Gourock and Rothesay to Wemyss Bay, plus seasonal cruising on the Firth of Clyde. For more information visit www.poirishsea.com, www.stenaline.co.uk, www.calmac.co.uk and www.western-ferries.co.uk

By air Flights from almost 100 destinations fly into Glasgow Airport which is 8 miles (13 km) from the city centre and is connected by regular shuttle buses and a rail network. Other services fly into Glasgow Prestwick Airport. Prestwick is only 30 miles (48 km) from the city, around 45 minutes by road or rail. For more information on Glasgow Airport visit www.glasgowairport.com or call 0844 481 5555 and for Glasgow Prestwick Airport visit www.gpia.co.uk or call 0871 223 0700. Where to find out more For inspiration and ideas on everything to see and do in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley, call into a VisitScotland Information Centre. Our friendly experts can offer advice on all things local as well as sharing their wider knowledge of Scotland. We can also arrange your accommodation, handle all your travel needs and book tickets for events, activities and attractions across Scotland. Most of our centres stock a wide range of quality gifts and souvenirs and our staff will be delighted to help you find that special souvenir of Scotland. So, call in to see us – we’ll point you in the right direction. Please refer to the list of Information Centres in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley on page 18.

Did you know? Q Opened on 14 December

1896, the Glasgow Subway is the third oldest underground metro system in the world after the London Underground and the Budapest Metro. Q The PS Waverley, the only

sea-going paddle steamer in the world, was built in Glasgow by A & J Inglis in 1947. Q Loch Lomond Seaplanes fly

passengers from Glasgow Science Centre on the River Clyde to Oban bay in around 24 minutes (from February to November).

01 Passengers check in at Glasgow Airport. 02 The well-connected Queen Street railway station. 03 There are many modes of transport to the heart of the city. 04 The Loch Lomond Seaplane on the River Clyde by the Science Centre.

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Glasgow: Scotland with style Discover a cultural hub with world-famous art collections and a fascinating history housed in beautiful venues, many of which are free to visit. With exceptional architecture from the 13th to 21st centuries and some of the UK’s best shopping and dining, it’s easy to see why this cosmopolitan and cutting-edge city is such a popular choice. One of the earliest cities to be named European Capital of Culture, in 1990, Glasgow today remains a major centre for the arts. Discover a wealth of free museums and galleries, including the Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery, the Burrell Collection, St Mungo Museum, the People’s Palace and the magnificent Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum – not to mention the legacy left by Art Nouveau pioneer and father of the ‘Glasgow Style’, the artist and architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The contemporary arts scene has flourished in Glasgow in recent years and covers everything from major exhibitions and galleries to thriving independent studios and acclaimed events and festivals. Glasgow is also a UNESCO City of Music, where you can choose from around 130 live music events a week. The city is home to Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet, the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, one of Europe’s leading symphony orchestras. You can find entertainment long into the night at live music sessions, clubs and gigs – ranging from traditional to the more offbeat. Many of Glasgow’s venues are stars in their own right, among them the neon-fronted Barrowland, The Arches and the SECC. The new Hydro, Scotland’s

home of live entertainment, opens in September 2013 and will host national and international music, comedy and sport.

Don’t miss... Q The Riverside Museum –

Scotland’s Museum of Transport and Travel.

Glasgow has the best shopping in the UK outside London, and has everything you need for some unforgettable retail therapy in its bustling city centre and beyond. The pedestrianised Sauchiehall Street, Buchanan Street and Argyle Street are together dubbed the ‘Style Mile’ and pack in just about everything you could want from high street to exclusive shopping. The new Buchanan Quarter is opening in Spring 2013 and will bring further new retail brands to Glasgow and Scotland. From the spacious Buchanan Galleries and the recently expanded St Enoch Centre to the elegant Princes Square, which offers five floors of upmarket shopping, there’s a fashion fix to suit all tastes and budgets.

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and Museum. Q Gallery of Modern Art. Q People’s Palace at

Glasgow Green.

Don’t miss the Merchant City area for its unique combination of designer stores in one of the oldest quarters of Glasgow. Emporio Armani, Pretty Green, Ralph Lauren, Mulberry, Cruise and Agent Provocateur, to name but a few, are mixed with breathtaking Victorian architecture, independent art galleries and a wealth of stylish cafés, bars and bistros for a break between shops. In the bohemian West End you’ll find a treasure trove of unique, one-off stores, from the design genius of Timorous Beasties to the vintage clothing and gift boutiques huddled in the lanes off Byres Road. Nearby, try De Courcy’s Arcade and Watermelon for fabulous second hand fashions, gifts and more, or simply explore Ashton Lane or Great Western Road. Heading out of town? There’s a world of shopping at Silverburn, Braehead, Glasgow Fort Shopping Park and East Kilbride Shopping Centre, where you can find high street names, independent retailers and a good range of eateries.

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Glasgow has been named as the number one UK destination and number six European destination in the TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Destinations on the Rise 2012 list which honour the global destinations that have seen the greatest increase in positive feedback from travellers year-on-year.

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Coming soon! Glasgow will be hosting the 2014 Commonwealth Games from 23 July to 3 August 2014 with 17 sports from aquatics and athletics to wrestling and lawn bowls.

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The legendary music venue, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, is credited with launching the careers of some of the biggest talent, including Oasis.

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01 The stylish Princes Square – a must-visit. 02 The Gallery of Modern Art in the city centre of Glasgow. 03 The Clyde Auditorium known as the ’Armadillo’, an iconic Glasgow landmark.

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Charles Rennie Mackintosh is one of the most renowned architects and designers of the 20th century. His work and legacy is celebrated throughout the city and beyond, so you can see for yourself the beautiful and lasting mark he left, from exquisite pieces of furniture in museums to a graceful building which can be discovered in a city park. The Glasgow School of Art became the centre of the art movement in Scotland and soon the ‘Glasgow Style‘ was born, created by a group known as ‘the Four’ – Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Herbert MacNair and sisters, Margaret and Frances MacDonald. The School of Art is considered to be Mackintosh’s masterpiece and it is still a working art school today. The style of the building demonstrates Mackintosh’s hallmark Art Nouveau style while the interiors include furniture, drawings and paintings by Mackintosh.

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The Lighthouse, on Mitchell Lane, is one of Mackintosh’s earliest buildings and was originally designed as the Glasgow Herald newspaper offices. Now home to Scotland’s Centre for Design & Architecture, it includes a fascinating Mackintosh Interpretation Centre and the Mackintosh Tower, which offers wonderful views. You can also see a new exhibition of Mackintosh designs that unfortunately were never built. At the beautiful Willow Tea Rooms, you can enjoy afternoon tea just as it was taken in the same rooms 100 years ago, seated on one of Mackintosh’s famous high-backed chairs.

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Queen’s Cross Church is a Mackintosh design which opened in 1899. See the magnificent stained glass windows which capture the light and the exceptional wood and stone carvings of this building which is now the international headquarters of the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society. At the University of Glasgow’s Hunterian Art Gallery is the Mackintosh House. Astonishingly, the home Mackintosh shared with his wife at 6 Florentine Terrace has been meticulously reassembled at this site.


Did you know? Q Queen’s Cross Church is the

only Mackintosh-designed church which was built. Q The group of friends, ‘the

Four’, became two couples – McNair married Frances in 1899 and Mackintosh married Margaret in 1900. Q The beautiful Kelvingrove Art

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Enjoy afternoon tea in Glasgow‘s Willow Tea Rooms, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, who had complete control over every aspect of the Willow Tea Rooms from the exterior of the building to the teaspoons.

01 The library of The Glasgow School of Art. 02 The impressive exterior of The Glasgow School of Art. 03 An ornate piano, built to the design of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, at The House for an Art Lover. 04 A beautiful stained-glass window in Queen’s Cross Church.

The Scotland Street School Museum was Mackintosh’s last major commission. Take one of the free guided tours and enjoy the impressive leadedglass towers and magnificent tiled entrance hall. Not far from the city centre is the Mackintoshdesigned House for an Art Lover, in Bellahouston Park. The building was designed for a competition in 1901, but not built until 1989. As well as admiring the magnificent external design, explore the breathtaking rooms, which feature high-back chairs, oval shapes and floral inserts. Outside of Glasgow, Helensburgh is home to another stunning Mackintosh-designed property, the Hill House. Sitting high above the River Clyde, it is home to original furniture and interior design and also has formal gardens designed in the Mackintosh style. A Charles Rennie Mackintosh Trail Ticket can be purchased from VisitScotland Information Centres in Glasgow, making it easier to enjoy all the attractions whilst travelling in a sustainable way. The one-day Mackintosh Trail Ticket allows visitors unlimited travel on subway and bus services, as well as including entry to all participating Mackintosh attractions.

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Fascinating fact Around a third of all Turner Prize winners are alumni of The Glasgow School of Art.


Glasgow is a hub of creativity and, as such, has a breathtaking choice of art galleries and museums, with collections ranging from the ancient and prehistoric to the freshest talent emerging from The Glasgow School of Art. Work by some of the world’s most renowned artists can be found in beautiful buildings across the city. The hardest part is deciding where to start. In Glasgow, there’s a tradition that art is for the people, and you’ll find over 20 fantastic art galleries, museums and other attractions which are free to visit. Look out for the beautiful city centre architecture, which combines Medieval, Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco and 21st century styles – and, of course, designs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The Glasgow School of Art is a leading force in contemporary art and offers a year-round programme of events, talks and exhibitions. Its programme is complemented by the independent studios at Trongate 103, a dedicated centre for the arts and creativity in the heart of the Merchant City. The vast Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is one of Scotland’s most-visited attractions. Spend hours exploring the magnificent 1901 red sandstone building, a defining feature of the cityscape and see displays covering art, culture and history, with animals, armoury and a famous WWII Spitfire. Housed in Zaha Hadid’s remarkable building, the Riverside Museum – Scotland’s Museum of Transport and Travel has 3,000 objects on display which will delight kids and adults, including the recently acquired South African locomotive and a recreation of three Glasgow streets as they would have been from 1895 to 1930.

The Burrell Collection in Pollok Country Park is the private collection amassed by shipping magnate Sir William Burrell, who gifted more than 8,000 objects to the city, including Islamic art and works by Cézanne. Victorian gems to seek out include the Kibble Palace, a magnificent glasshouse in the Botanic Garden, the Tenement House in Garnethill, which offers a snapshot into life in Victorian Glasgow, the splendid City Chambers which dominates George Square, and a number of Greek and Egyptian-inspired buildings created by Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson. The Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) has an extensive collection of work by local and international artists. Make a point of looking around the ground floor gallery where you’ll usually find a striking new exhibition. Challenge inquisitive minds at the Glasgow Science Centre, an amazing titanium crescent-shaped building by the River Clyde with three floors of interactive exhibits and the latest blockbuster releases at its IMAX cinema. Another beautiful Victorian glasshouse can be found at the People’s Palace at Glasgow Green, the city’s oldest park, where you’ll also see the Doulton Fountain. The People’s Palace is another of the city’s free museums, and is dedicated to telling the social history of the city.

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Free entry to... Q St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art – learn about religious beliefs and customs through life, death and the hereafter.

Q Hunterian Museum – Scotland’s oldest museum has exhibits covering Romans, Egyptian mummies and an ancient shark fossil from nearby Bearsden.

Q Hunterian Art Gallery – sister to the museum, the gallery holds the estates of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and James McNeill Whistler.

Q Discover more free attractions at www.seeglasgow.com

Did you know? Q Look out for Glasgow Landmarks’ plaques on the sides of the city’s top 50 buildings. Find out more and download the map at www.glasgowlandmarks.org.uk Q You can sit onboard a tram and experience the motion of a subway train at the Riverside Museum.

Did you know? The dazzling western façade of the former Templeton’s Carpet Factory, beside Glasgow Green, was inspired by the Doge’s Palace in Venice. 03

01 The Life Court in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. 02 Family fun at the Glasgow Science Centre. 03 The Burrell Collection in Pollok Country Park. To find out more about Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley go to www.visitscotland.com/glasgow

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Beyond the city

Family favourite

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Strathclyde Country Park is also home to M&D’s theme park, which boasts five white-knuckle rollercoaster rides, as well as a host of attractions for younger visitors.

Venture just a short distance beyond the city and discover a whole world of stunning landscapes and a fascinating history. The countryside surrounding Glasgow provides a haven for wildlife, with beautiful walking, varied cycle routes and even two World Heritage Sites. Discover beauty spots less than an hour from Glasgow, with the lush Clyde Valley, magnificent estates on the Firth of Clyde, historical attractions and country parks. A great way to explore is to follow the Clyde Valley Tourist Route, a 42-mile scenic route taking in attractions and stunning vantage points. Summerlee, the Museum of Scottish Industrial Life, is located in Coatbridge in North Lanarkshire on the site of a 19th century ironworks, where you can take a ride on Scotland’s only electric tramway and venture deep underground in a recreated mine. In the same area, Strathclyde Country Park is 400 acres of open parkland, woodland and varied wildlife habitats around Strathclyde Loch and offers a wide range of excellent outdoor activities. Visit the fantastic attractions in South Lanarkshire, such as the Museum of Rural Life in East Kilbride and follow the story of Scotland’s countryside and people. Nearby, explore the beautiful 32 acres of James Hamilton Heritage Park, which has a watersports centre and is home to a bird and nature sanctuary.

Did you know? Q Paisley Museum has the finest

collection of Paisley Shawls in the world, which is a Recognised Collection of National Significance to Scotland. Q 2013 is the 130th anniversary of

the death of Thomas Coats, who was a member of one of two families who made Paisley the most important centre of cotton thread manufacture in the world. Q At the excellent Falls of Clyde

Wildlife Reserve you can take a riverside walk to see the magnificent waterfalls and look out for more than 100 species of bird and resident otters.

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New Lanark World Heritage Site is the first of two UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the area. It is a beautifully restored 18th century cotton mill village, set in a spectacular valley which offers a fascinating insight into Robert Owen’s idealistic vision for workers of the 1700s. See the magnificently restored former hunting lodge of Chatelherault, near Hamilton, and the David Livingstone Centre at Blantyre. Enjoy life by the sea in Inverclyde, situated along the coastal reach of the River Clyde, west of the city. Find out about the area’s maritime history at the McLean Museum and Art Gallery in Greenock, a wonderful Victorian museum which also features the town’s most famous son, James Watt, who made the steam engine. Gourock and Greenock sit at the mouth of the river, while Port Glasgow’s 15th century Newark Castle is well worth a stop en route.

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In East Dunbartonshire, you’ll discover the second World Heritage Site in the area, the Antonine Wall, parts of which can be seen north of Glasgow at Bearsden and Kirkintilloch. The turf wall marks the northernmost point of Roman conquest in Britain. Excellent walking opportunities present themselves in every region, but the most notable is perhaps Milngavie, where a distinctive obelisk marks the starting point of the West Highland Way, the 95-mile path through the west Highlands to Fort William. If you’d prefer a shorter, gentler walk, Milngavie’s Mugdock Country Park has some great short routes, and a host of activities, from horse riding and orienteering to archery and golf. The magnificent Paisley Abbey can be found in the heart of the town in Renfrewshire, on the east bank of the White Cart Water. The abbey’s origins date back to 1163 and this was reputedly the site where William Wallace was educated. This year will see the town host the Royal National Mod for the first time, which will see eight days of celebrations of Gaelic culture and heritage.

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Don’t miss... Q Motherwell Heritage Centre. Q Bothwell Castle. Q Glengoyne Distillery, near

Killearn. Q Xscape, Braehead – includes

an indoor ski centre. Q Leadhills and Wanlockhead

Light Railway. Q Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park.

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New Lanark World Heritage Site. Enjoy a day by the sea at Gourock. The David Livingstone Centre at Blantyre. The magnificent Paisley Abbey. Outdoor adventures for all at James Hamilton Heritage Park.

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A natural place Àite nàdarra Experience the green side of Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley – a region perfect for celebrating 2013, the Year of Natural Scotland. Whether you want to enjoy exhilarating activities such as sailing and cycling, or simply want to take a quiet walk along the wonders of a canal, this region has it all, outside the city and within. Scotland’s largest regional park, Clyde Muirshiel, sits to the west of the region and offers activities such as sailing, kayaking and wildlife watching – be sure to look out for one of the UK’s rarest breeding birds, the hen harrier. The RSPB Nature Reserve at Lochwinnoch is one of the few wetlands left in west Scotland. This is a great place to marvel at the region’s wildlife with whooper swans, wigeons and great crested grebes. Nearby is Lunderston Bay, an award-winning beach which is the closest to Glasgow. Enjoy a quiet stroll along the sand, or let the kids stop to make sand castles, fly kites and soak up the sea air. Sailing is a very popular sport off the west coast of Scotland. Inverclyde has some great marinas such as Kip Marina, which has a range of services, offering berthing, servicing and a chartroom. The James Watt Dock Marina, which was opened in 2011 also has visitor berths. Both marinas are in a great location and have excellent transport links. Embrace the great outdoors at the Finlaystone Country Estate which offers great walks past colourful gardens and tumbling waterfalls, and you can enjoy a barbeque or stop for a bite in the tearoom. If you want to take the family for a fascinating walk through this region, why not follow some of the paths which run alongside both the Antonine Wall, one of the area’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and the Forth & Clyde Canal? Children and adults will be enthralled as they walk past boats, marinas and Roman and Iron Age forts.

Reserve. Take a riverside walk to see the magnificent waterfalls and look out for more than 100 species of bird and the resident otters. Beyond the city you’ll find many special outdoor spaces, but you can also find an extraordinary variety of parks and gardens in the city of Glasgow, which translates from Gaelic as the ‘dear green place’. Head to the sprawling Pollok Country Park, just 3 miles southwest of the city centre, and you could be forgiven for thinking you’re deep in the country. Extensive woodlands, activities, and its own russet herd of Highland cattle have helped it scoop awards as both Britain’s and Europe’s best park. One of Glasgow’s best-loved parks, Kelvingrove enjoys a fine setting on the banks of the River Kelvin and defines the centre of the city’s bohemian West End. Bordered on three sides by grand vistas – the curved residential terraces high on Woodlands Hill, the gothic spire of the University of Glasgow and the red sandstone Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum – it offers one of Glasgow’s most pleasant and most photographed city walks. Glasgow Green is the city’s oldest park. Its history can be traced back to 1450, when James II granted permission for it to be used as common grazing ground which continued until the 19th century. Discover more of the city’s history at the People’s Palace, a free museum in the park.

The region has many great outdoor spaces from smaller parks and gardens to larger country parks. In East Renfrewshire, walk round the boating pond and through the woodland at Rouken Glen Park. Dams to Darnley is Scotland’s newest country park, and covers over 1,350 acres of water, wetland, woodland and grassland. Discover the area’s history and wildlife in the park and see the striking feature of Barrhead dams. The Clyde Valley Woodlands National Nature Reserve (NNR) takes in an amazing six natural woodlands including the Falls of Clyde Wildlife

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Don’t miss... Q Fossil Grove in Victoria Park –

the remains of an ancient forest, over 330 million years old. Q Pollok House in Pollok

Country Park – an outstanding collection of Spanish art. Q Greenock Cut Visitor Centre

– see the 5.5 mile aqueduct and designated ancient monument. Q Greenbank Garden,

Clarkston – home to more than 3,700 different plants. Q Glasgow Botanic Gardens –

step inside the ornate A-listed Kibble Palace.

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"The Botanic Gardens... wonderful! The Glasshouses, I enjoyed the special begonias and the beautiful orchids, well done... and it's very pleasant to sit or have a picnic and it's all free! Unbelievable!" Visitor to Glasgow – ’What did you enjoy the most?’ Scotland Visitor Survey 2011

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Delicious dining Sàr-bhiadh blasta

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Glasgow has the kind of dining-out scene you would expect from a thriving cosmopolitan city, with international cuisines and fresh local produce. Enjoy fine dining, a buzzing café culture, sample fresh produce at a farmers’ market and experience Glasgow’s nightlife in lively venues across the city. Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley has a range for all tastes and budgets with everything from delicious fish restaurants to stunning Italian eateries. In the city centre, you can enjoy seafood in the Art Deco splendour of Rogano, which has an interior modelled on the Queen Mary liner. Within the cultural epicentre of the Merchant City there are plenty of great dining establishments indoors and outdoors, not to mention a range of stylish bars. Guy’s Restaurant on Candleriggs has a menu

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which emphasises quality produce, often sourced from independent suppliers, and you can enjoy live jazz at the weekend. Café Gandolfi is a Merchant City institution. A favourite for its chunky wood and stained-glass décor, this cosy bohemian restaurant has won countless awards over the years for its quality Scottish cuisine and excellent service. Head to the West End for an eclectic mix of menus displayed in the cobblestone lanes off Byres Road. One of these, Ashton Lane, is a destination in itself, with

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some of the city’s most atmospheric bistros built into the former stables, including Brel, Ubiquitous Chip and The Grosvenor. After a delicious meal in one of the many restaurants in Glasgow, settle down for a quiet drink in one of the authentic pubs, many of which regularly hold live music sessions. There are also many stunning stylish bars where you can sip a cocktail or two, such as the Corinthian Club, which has its own casino. Why not sample some of Scotland’s finest whiskies in one of the bars, or head straight to the source at one of the nearby distilleries? You can create your very own blend of whisky at Glengoyne Distillery, by Killearn, or choose from a choice of whisky experiences at Auchentoshan Distillery, by Dalmuir in Clydebank. Explore the Clockwork Spirits Company, which has its own microbrewery on site and serves four of its own ales every day. Pick up some spirits to take home from the Good Spirits Company or take part in one of their tasting sessions or masterclasses. Glasgow has a long connection with tea drinking and there are several tearooms where you can sample this culture – from the Willow Tea Rooms


Food dining highlights outwith the city: Q Freshly-made homely desserts such as apple pie or caramel shortcake at Laura’s Coffee Shop in Carmunnock.

Q Elegant Scottish cuisine made from fresh ingredients in Gourock’s Fusion Restaurant.

Q Delicious home-made produce served in the Llama’s Larder at Feufield Farm in Biggar.

Q Fine dining with stunning views of Kilsyth’s Auchinstarry Marina at The Boathouse.

Q Award-winning traditional ales and home-made food from the Houston Brewing Company in Renfrewshire.

Try while you’re here: Q Art Lovers Café at the elegant House for an Art Lover in Bellahouston Park.

Q City Merchant serves up fresh Loch Etive mussels, oysters and scallops.

Q Ubiquitous Chip – try the restaurant’s own ale, Chip 71, before dinner. A night out Merchan in the t City

to Hotel Du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens, the Grand Central Hotel to the tearoom at the Glasgow Botanics. If you’re out enjoying the Year of Natural Scotland, you can take a break in one of the cafés throughout the region. In Mugdock Country Park you’ll find the Stables Tearoom which is set within the Victorian Stables Courtyard. The Three Sisters Bake is a café and craft shop in Inverclyde, where you can sit and tuck into a delicious lunch and coffee before browsing the local crafts and gifts. Experience a taste of Europe with the Euro-classic and Mediterranean dishes of Piccolo Mondo, which has two restaurants in Renfrew and Glasgow. There are farmers’ markets throughout Glasgow and the surrounding area which are definitely worth a visit to pick up some tasty local produce. If you’re feeling inspired by the wealth of delicious local produce, why not book a course at one of the region’s cook schools? The Tennent’s Training Academy and the Glasgow Cook School offer you the chance to learn secrets from the country’s finest chefs, confectioners and mixologists while the Cookschool at Stepwell lets you learn firsthand the craft of cooking and helps you explore flavours from across the world.

Q This region produces two of Scotland’s great products – Irn Bru and Tunnocks teacakes. 02

Did d you k know?? Q Stravaigin was awarded a

Bib Gourmand rating for excellent value for money by the Michelin Guide. Q The West Brewery is

located amidst the Victorian grandeur of the famous former Templeton Carpet Factory in Glasgow Green. Q Oran Mor – Gaelic for ‘Big

Song’– is a converted church combining restaurant, bar and entertainment venues under an astonishing ceiling mural by venerable writer and artist Alasdair Gray. Q At the National Piping

Centre you can enjoy piping performances after dinner in the cosy restaurant.

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01 Dining out at Rogano. 02 The atmospheric Ashton Lane. 03 Pick up some seasonal local produce.

To find out more about Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley go to www.visitscotland.com/glasgow

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What’s on Tachartasan

Key Map Reference (See map on pages 44-45)

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Family Food and Drink Great Outdoors Highland Games Local Shows and Galas Music, Arts and Culture Sports

January 17 - 5 Feb Celtic Connections Various venues, Glasgow www.celticconnections.com

18 - 20 Glynhill Ladies International Curling Event 2012 Braehead Curling Rink, Renfrew www.glynhillladiesinternational.com

26 Aviva International Athletics Emirates Arena, Glasgow www.uka.org.uk

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One of the greatest things about Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley is the range and variety of events taking place all year round. Cultural, musical and traditional events attract performers from all over the world to Glasgow’s famous stages. Celtic Connections brings the city alive in January with three weeks of contemporary and traditional Celtic-influenced music in its most diverse forms, from traditional pipes and folk through to American roots and blues. The Glasgow Film Festival in February presents a fortnight of premieres and red carpet events, all open to the public to join in. March sees the Aye Write! Book Festival celebrate the best of Scottish and international writers, while the Glasgow International Comedy Festival also gets into full swing – expect some laughs from comedy’s biggest names. Discover music, theatre, gala days, dance and comedy at the West End Festival in June with choral music, folk, rock and jazz alongside author readings, guided walks and all types of dance. Enjoy an exciting programme of unique and innovative performances, including world premieres, at the Merchant City Festival in July. In August, witness a winner being crowned at the World Pipe Band Championships at Glasgow Green. In the culmination of a week of events in the Piping Live! festival, more than 200 bands

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come together in a dazzling sound and vision experience of traditional pipes and drums. Following on from the football matches of the 2012 Olympics, Glasgow will be holding a number of international sporting events with football, athletics, track cycling and netball. All these great events will lead on to 2014 when Hampden, Scotland’s national stadium, will hold the athletics events and closing ceremony of the Commonwealth Games. Why not try something different at the Strathaven Balloon Festival or see the Clyde on foot during the Great Scottish Run? Sample some of the local produce at the FeastRen, East Renfrewshire Food Festival in September with cookery demonstrations, workshops and a farmers’ market. There are a good number of Highland games, festivals, competitive music events, and waterbased activities taking place all year round. The year culminates in Glasgow Loves Christmas, a programme of events that make Christmas shopping in Glasgow one of the best experiences in the country.

For information on accommodation and things to see and do, go to www.visitscotland.com

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27 Burns Unbound National Museum of Rural Life, Wester Kittochside, East Kilbride www.nms.ac.uk/rural

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February 3 - 13 Glasgow Youth Film Festival Glasgow Film Theatre, Glasgow www.glasgowfilm.org/festival

7 - 10 Glasgow Short Film Festival CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow www.glasgowfilm.org/gsff

14 - 24 Glasgow Film Festival Glasgow Film Theatre, Glasgow www.glasgowfilm.org

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March 14 - 31 Glasgow International Comedy Festival Various venues, Glasgow www.glasgowcomedyfestival.com

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April 1 - 30 East Dunbartonshire Food & Drink Festival

E2 Various venues, East Dunbartonshire www.visiteastdunbartonshirenow.co.uk

12 - 20 Aye Write! The Mitchell Library, Glasgow www.ayewrite.com

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17 - 21 Walking with Dinosaurs SECC, Glasgow www.ticketsoup.com

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Oct - Nov Glasgay! Various venues, Glasgow www.glasgay.co.uk

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August

November

4-5 IRB Sevens

7 - 11 UCI Junior Track Cycling World Championships

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Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow www.irbsevens.com

12 Gourock Highland Games Gourock Park, George Road, Gourock www.gourockhighlandgames.org.uk

12 Glasgow Women’s 10k Glasgow www.runglasgow.org

31 - 23 Jun West End Festival Various venues, Glasgow www.westendfestival.co.uk

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Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, Glasgow www.uci.ch C2

Various venues, Glasgow www.pipinglive.co.uk G3

Hannah Park, Baton Road, Shotts www.shottshighlandgames.org.uk

6 - 16 Glasgow Science Festival Various venues, Glasgow www.glasgowsciencefestival.org.uk

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14 - 15 Glasgow Mela Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow www.glasgowmela.com

26 - 30 Glasgow International Jazz Festival Various venues, Glasgow www.jazzfest.co.uk

tbc Bard In The Botanics Glasgow Botanic Gardens, Glasgow www.bardinthebotanics.co.uk

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Briggait www.list.co.uk/event/334248-surge-2013

23 - 25 World Street Dance Championships Various venues, Glasgow www.udostreetdance.com

The Arches, Argyle Street, Glasgow www.glasgowswhiskyfestival.com

Nov - Jan Glasgow Loves Christmas G3

Glasgow www.glasgowloveschristmas.com

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7 Glasgow World Cup Gymnastics 2013 Emirates Arena, Glasgow www.glasgowworldcup.com

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21 - 22 Doors Open Days Various venues, Glasgow www.glasgowdoorsopenday.com

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5-6 Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run Glasgow www.runglasgow.org

11 - 19 Royal National MOD Paisley www.acgmod.org

14 Heavy Horse Show

21 - 27 Surge 2013

22 - 31 World Youth Netball Championships Emirates Arena, Glasgow www.glasgowlife.org.uk

July National Museum of Rural Life, Wester Kittochside, East Kilbride www.nms.ac.uk/rural

19 - 25 Kirkintilloch Canal Festival Kirkintilloch www.kirkintillochcanalfestival.org

8 Bearsden & Milngavie Highland Games West of Scotland FC, Glasgow Road, Milngavie www.bearsdenmilngaviehighland games.com

17 - 18 The World Pipe Band Championships Glasgow Green, Glasgow www.theworlds.co.uk

June 1 Shotts Highland Games

12 - 18 Piping Live!

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12 - 27 Mackintosh Festival Various venues, Glasgow www.crmsociety.com

17 - 27 Biggar Little Festival Biggar www.biggar-little-festival.com

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01 The Strathaven Hot Air Balloon Festival. 02 Festive fun in Glasgow’s George Square. 03 Take part in the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run.

This list highlights just a selection of events taking place in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley in 2013. For more events information go to visitscotland.com/glasgow The events information contained in this publication is as supplied to VisitScotland and to the best of VisitScotland’s knowledge was correct at the time of going to press. VisitScotland can accept no responsibility for any errors. Events can be subject to change, we recommend you check details with a local VisitScotland Information Centre before travelling (see page 18).

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Find all you want to do in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley in one place. For inspiration and ideas on how to make the most of your time in Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley call in to a VisitScotland Information Centre. Our friendly experts can offer advice on all things local as well as sharing their wider knowledge of Scotland. Ask and you’ll find all the hidden gems, from cultural to culinary. We don’t just advise either. We can sort out your accommodation and all your travel needs, as well as tickets for events across Scotland. So if you’re looking to get the most from your visit, call in and see us we’ll point you in the right direction.

Glasgow

170 Buchanan Street, Glasgow G1 2LW - 0141 204 4400 (from end Jan 2013)

Glasgow Airport

UK Arrivals, Glasgow Airport PA3 2ST - 0141 848 4440

Lanark

Horsemarket, Ladyacre Road, Lanark ML11 7LQ - 01555 661661

Open All Year Open April until October Information Point in Partnership with VisitScotland. Plotted on the relevant area maps on pages 44, 45, 46 and 47

Some Centres may not offer all services listed

Information Centres

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Quite simply, it takes us the length and breadth of Scotland to visit thousands of different properties every year and grade them on the things we know matter to you. Things like the overall quality on offer and warmth of welcome to help you make a more informed choice. VisitScotland Quality Assurance. Quality you can trust.

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It should be noted that establishments that fail to meet our minimum standards will not be awarded a star rating. Establishments awarded gold stars have consistently achieved the highest levels of excellence within their star grading.

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Because we care – www.green-business.co.uk Businesses that work in a sustainable, environmentally friendly way are graded: Bronze ›, Silver ß or Gold ©

The very best of food and drink – www.visitscotland.com/foodanddrink We assess the presentation, quality and service of food in every kind of eating establishment in Scotland from fish and chip shops to pubs, takeaways and top class restaurants. Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly bar or a romantic restaurant, EatScotland gives a reliable, authoritative and comprehensive guide to eating out in Scotland. Only those operators who meet the EatScotland quality standards are accredited to the scheme so look out for the logo ‰ to ensure you visit some of Scotland’s best, quality eating establishments. Those with extra special standards of food are awarded EatScotland Silver Í or Gold Ì. Further For moreinformation information -on For Quality more Assurance informationoroncomments Quality Assurance on star awarded or comments properties on star please awarded contact properties us: VisitScotland, please contact Castleus: Wynd, VisitScotland, InvernessCastle IV2 3BJ. Wynd, Inverness Email. customerservices@visitscotland.com , IV2 3BJ. Email. customerservices@visitscotland.com or qa@visitscotland.com or qa@visitscotland.com or visit www.visitscotland.com/qa or visit www.visitscotland.com/qa Call into any VisitScotland Information Centre for further information www.visitscotland.com/wheretofindus


Practical information Fiosrachadh feumail Now is the time to choose your holiday accommodation This guide has been split into five accommodation sections for Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley. • Hotels and Inns • Guest Houses and B&Bs • Self Catering • Camping and Caravan Parks • Hostels/Activity Accommodation Establishments are listed within these sections in alphabetical order by location and then by business name. Each entry has a map reference (see example) relating to the maps which appear on pages 44-47 of this guide. The maps are helpful if you don’t know where a particular town is in relation to the area that interests you. Where establishments are listed as ‘By’ a city, town or village it is wise to check the exact location online and with the operator before making your journey. Some listings have a distance beside the location; this indicates the approximate road distance in miles from the location. These mileages are voluntarily provided by the businesses themselves. Booking Accepting accommodation by telephone or in writing means you have entered into a legally binding contract with the proprietor of the establishment. If you cancel or fail to take up that accommodation, for whatever reason, the proprietor generally has the right to ask for compensation. You should always check the cancellation terms in advance and, if you must cancel a booking, advise the management immediately. Online bookings are also subject to terms and conditions; please check direct with the provider for these. Insurance and cancellations Should you have to cancel for any reason, it is reassuring to know that you can be insured against any compensation claim. Please ensure you take out cancellation insurance prior to your trip.

Pricing The prices of accommodation, services and facilities stated in this guide are based on information received from the relevant advertisers. Please note that prices include VAT where applicable and are for your guidance only (VAT as at November 2012). Please check prices when you book accommodation and confirm exactly what the quoted price includes. Smoking The majority of Scotland’s indoor public places, including pubs, restaurants and cafés, are smokefree by law, creating a healthier and fresher environment for residents and visitors to our beautiful country. Hotels, B&Bs and guest houses are also smoke-free but can designate bedrooms where guests can smoke, if they wish to do so. To check the availability of such bedrooms, please check with the establishment directly when booking. For further information, visit www.clearingtheairscotland.com

ü Look out for the short breaks symbol Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley offer a fabulous range of quality assured accommodation as listed on pages 22-38. Establishments which display the above symbol offer short breaks. Contact them direct for current special offers or to make a booking.

E Assistance Dogs The new Equality Act 2010 protects anybody who has or has had a disability and people who experience discrimination because they are linked or associated with a disabled person. In respect of assistance dogs the law quite clearly states that to refuse admission to a registered assistance dog is now unlawful and constitutes discrimination under the Equality Act 2012 under three possible categories: 1: discrimination arising from a disability; 2: indirect discrimination and 3: disability harassment. VisitScotland is committed to equality of opportunity and is

working through its Accessible Tourism Project to educate and inform all our customers about the requirements under the law. We have encouraged all our business customers to use the assistance dog symbol in order to comply with law, or make it clear in a statement that they welcome all assistance dogs. It is always advisable to check with each establishment prior to booking.

v Hearing Loop Induction loop and infrared systems help people with hearing loss hear more clearly by reducing the effect of background noise. When a building has been fitted with a loop or infrared system, you will usually find this mentioned in their adverts, newsletters and at the entrance to the building. Informative signs and symbols should be displayed such as the loop sign above, it is always worth asking if it is not obvious. Please note this icon is not verified by VisitScotland Quality and Standards Department. , Dogs Welcome Dogs are welcome to this establishment, on the understanding that they are on their leash and are kept under control. You may have to check with each establishment whether there are restricted areas for your dog. Please note this icon is not verified by VisitScotland Quality and Standards Department. ù Gaelic In this area some/most of the population speak the Gaelic language (as well as English), so if you wish to stay with Gaelic speakers please look out for the symbol within entries and ask when you book your accommodation to confirm that this is available. The Gaelic language is rich in tradition, history, music, and culture, and will add an interesting dimension and unique sense of place to your holiday.

Facility symbols – please note that you should always check that a particular facility or service is available at the time of booking 1 Ensuite bath and/ or shower for all bedrooms

2 Ensuite bath and/ or shower for some bedrooms

3 Private bath and/

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literary/architectural interest

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j Leisure facilities 8 Indoor swimming pool 9 Outdoor swimming pool

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For information on accommodation and things to see and do, go to www.visitscotland.com


How to read the listings Iùil leughaidh na liosta Map reference To assist you further in locating each establishment, this grid reference relates to the maps on pages 44-47.

Location

Quality award

‘By’ designates that a property is within 10 miles of this location. Mileage in brackets after the location indicates the distance from the named location.

For added assurance of quality and standards, all accommodation establishments display a Quality Assurance Award. The scheme is explained on page 19.

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s Shower available ~ Bath available ] Café/restaurant N Takeaway food available § Cycle hire nearby

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165 West Nile Street, Dbl/Twn (118) ÂŁ60-ÂŁ155 prpn Glasgow G1 2RL Ensuite (118) T: 0141 331 6800 F: 0141 331 6828 reservations@higlasgow.com www.hiexpressglasgow.co.uk

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GLASGOW Mercure Glasgow City Ideally located in Merchant City. Modern, contemporary fully equipped rooms.

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40 George Square, Glasgow G2 1DS T: 0141 332 6711 F: 0141 332 4264 reservations.glasgow@millennium hotels.co.uk www.millenniumhotels.co.uk

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Guest Houses and B&Bs Guest Houses, B&Bs, Campus Accommodation

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GLASGOW Craigpark Guest House

Fine Victorian townhouse in quiet conservation area with private parking.

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GLASGOW Hampton Court Guest House

Airport, bus station, city centre, near attractions, 24 hour reception, friendly. 230 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G3 6TX T: 0141 332 6623 F: 0141 332 5885 info@hamptoncourtguesthouse.com www.hamptoncourtguesthouse.com

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GLASGOW Allison Guest House 26 Circus Drive, Glasgow G31 2JH T: 0141 556 1431 circusdrive@aol.com www.allisonguesthouse.co.uk

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GLASGOW Claremont House A warm welcome afforded to all who stay at Claremont.

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GLASGOW Craigielea House Bed and Breakfast Small B&B in conservation area, one mile from city centre.

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The World Pipe Band Championships, Glasgow Green

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The Heritage

The Heritage in Glasgow’s West End – the artistic and cultural centre of Glasgow, situated in an elevated Victorian terrace overlooking Great Western Road. Stylish, elegant and charming – a perfect description of the Heritage Hotel in Glasgow’s artistic and cultural West End. A short stroll takes you to Byres Road and Ashton Lane, favourite haunts of academia with it’s many and varied bars and bistros, near to the Botanic Gardens.

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Newton Hotel

In the heart of the city we offer a range of high class rooms all equipped with private ensuite, LCD/Freeview TV, tea and coffee facilities, hair dryer, telephone and ironing facilities. Complimentary towels and toiletries are also provided with full breakfast as standard.

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Campus Accommodation

54 Ibrox Terrace, Glasgow G51 2TB T: 0141 427 5609 info@thehollyhouse.co.uk www.thehollyhouse.co.uk

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Enjoy the finest Scottish hospitality at the Manor Park.

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Glasgow Green Apartments Modern, comfortable, three star self catering bedroom apartments. Per week Flat Bedrooms Sleeps

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Euro Hostel

Glasgow’s only city centre Hostel providing low cost ensuite accommodation in the heart of the city. Two mins walk from Central Station, and seven mins from Queen Street, the perfect location to discover the city’s cultural heritage and vibrant nightlife. Convenient stayover for concertgoers, minutes from SECC, 02Academy and The Arches, also ideal for clubbing, live music, theatre and festivals. Sport teams, dancers, schools/college parties, families and friends welcome all year. The Mint & Lime Bar offers SKY TV, music and food. 24hr reception, guest laundry, kitchen, luggage and bike storage and chill-out room offers snooker table and reading area. Ě3ULPHFLW\ORFDWLRQĚPLQV&HQWUDOVWDWLRQĚ3ULYDWHHQVXLWHIDFLOLWLHV Ě6KDUHGDQGSULYDWHURRPVĚ6FRWWLVK&RQWLQHQWDO%UHDNIDVWĚ0LQW /LPH%DU Ě(QWHUWDLQPHQWYHQXHVPLQVĚ:L)LDQG,QWHUQHWDFFHVV 318 Clyde Street, Glasgow G1 4NR T: 0845 539 9956 F: 0845 539 9957 lynnf@euro-hostels.co.uk www.euro-hostels.co.uk £13-£40 Dbl/Twn (73) Fam (30) Dorms (37) Private Rooms (73) Ensuite (115) Sleeps (364) 9.6 ˜[ C DIzb (  

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Our stunning Victorian townhouse is located in the historic and cosmopolitan West End of Glasgow overlooking Kelvingrove Park. Providing budget accommodation our Youth Hostel offers a range of private and multi-share rooms and a self-catering apartment which sleeps up to eight people. All rooms have an ensuite toilet and separate shower facilities and communal areas are comfortable and spacious. Facilities include a lounge and TV room, games room, self-catering kitchen and dining room – perfect for accommodating groups, families and individuals. Ě:HVW(QGORFDWLRQĚ*DPHVURRPĚ&RQIHUHQFHIDFLOLWLHVĚ&ORVHWRDWWUDFWLRQV Ě)DQWDVWLFQLJKWOLIHĚ0HDOVSURYLGHGĚVWDU<RXWK+RVWHOĚ3ULYDWHHQVXLWHURRPV 7/8 Park Terrace, Glasgow G3 6BY T: 0141 332 3004 glasgow@syha.org.uk www.hostellingscotland.com Junior from £12 Senior from £14 Dbl/Twn (7) Ensuite/Private Rooms

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Margaret Macdonald House

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Family run hotel, 21 ensuite bedrooms, three function suites, restaurant, bar.

The Boathouse has boutique rooms where your comfort is paramount.

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Bothwell Castle, above the River Clyde near Bothwell, South Lanarkshire. To find out more about Greater Glasgow & The Clyde Valley go to www.visitscotland.com/glasgow

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Guest Houses and B&Bs Guest Houses, B&Bs, Farmhouses

East Dunbartonshire

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MILNGAVIE Best Foot Forward @ West View

Dbl/Twn (3) ÂŁ30 pppn 1 Dougalston Gardens South, Fam (3) ÂŁ30 pppn Milngavie, Glasgow G62 6HS T: 0141 956 3046 M: 0771 154 0769 Ensuite (6) F: 0141 955 0304 BFFMorag@aol.com www.bestfootforward.eu.com

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GREENOCK Heather Bed and Breakfast

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Two attractive warm ensuite rooms with modern amenities. Sgl (2) ÂŁ30-ÂŁ40 pppn Twn (2) ÂŁ20-ÂŁ35 pppn Ensuite (2) 29892

24 Denholm Street, Greenock, Renfrewshire PA16 8RJ T: 01475 724002 roachdavidm@googlemail.com www.heatherbb.co.uk

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LOCHWINNOCH Kerse Farm

Ideally located for Clyde Ferries, Loch Lomond and golf courses.

Within 15 minutes of Glasgow Airport in lovely rural location.

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East Kerse, Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire PA12 4DU T: 01505 502400 M: 0781 650 9739 eastkerse@hotmail.co.uk

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Scotscraig House Luxurious and elegant, Scotscraig is close to Glasgow Airport and city. Dbl/Twn (2) ÂŁ45-ÂŁ65 pppn Fam ÂŁ45-ÂŁ65 pppn Ensuite (2) 69517

18 Park Road, Paisley PA2 6JW T: 0141 884 2082 scotscraighouse@btinternet.com

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KILSYTH Allanfauld Farm A working farm at the foot of the Kilsyth hills. Sgl (1) ÂŁ25-ÂŁ30 pppn Dbl/Twn (1) ÂŁ25-ÂŁ30 pppn Fam (1) ÂŁ25-ÂŁ30 pppn Ensuite/Priv facs (3)

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Allanfauld Road, Kilsyth G65 9DF T/F: 01236 822155 enquiries@allanfauld.com www.allanfauld.com

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South Lanarkshire

East Rogerton Lodge A warm welcome to East Rogerton Lodge in rural East Kilbride. Sgl Dbl (1) Twn (2) Shared facs

ÂŁ30 pppn ÂŁ22 pppn ÂŁ22 pppn (3) 24197

Markethill Road, East Kilbride G74 4NZ T: 01355 263176 christinemcleavy@hotmail.co.uk www.east-rogerton.co.uk

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CARLUKE Burnhead Farm

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LANARK Carnwath Vineyard Bed & Breakfast

Recently renovated traditional farmhouse in the beautiful Clyde Valley.

Fabulous family run business with a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.

Carluke, Lanarkshire ML8 4QN T/F: 01555 771320 M: 0774 672 2955 burnheadfarm@btinternet.com www.burnheadfarm.com

120 Main Street, Carnwath ML11 8HR T: 01555 840156 stay@carnwathvineyard.com www.carnwathvineyard.com Open: All Year

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The Lint Mill Suite (1) ÂŁ40 pppn Carnwath, Nr Lanark, Ensuite (1) Lanarkshire ML11 8LY T: 01555 840042 M: 0796 616 4742 info@thelintmill.co.uk www.thelintmill.co.uk

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Luxury B&B on a traditional smallholding farm in rolling countryside.

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LANARK Corehouse Farm

Recently refurbished country house with views across the Clyde Valley.

Quiet farm beside nature reserve. Touring base or journey break.

22 Carlisle Road, Crawford, Biggar, South Lanarkshire ML12 6TW T: 01864 502753 M: 0796 343 0710 cerena_soances@btconnect.com www.holmlandscountryhouse.co.uk

Kirkfieldbank, Lanark ML11 9TQ T: 01555 661377 M: 0780 289 0907 corehouse@hotmail.co.uk www.corehousefarm.co.uk

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LANARK St Catherines B&B

Train/bus station, shops, restaurants 5 mins walk away, golf course nearby. Dbl/Twn (2) ÂŁ25-ÂŁ30 pppn Fam (1) ÂŁ25-ÂŁ30 pppn Ensuite (3) 55786

1 Kenilworth Road, Lanark ML11 7BL T/F: 01555 662295 M: 0796 377 9501 stcatherinesbb@yahoo.co.uk

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LANARK Summerlea

Walking distance from town centre, train station, Loch/golf course. 32 Hyndford Road, Lanark, South Lanarkshire ML11 9AE T: 01555 664889 F: 01555 665975 elsie@elsiedickie.wanadoo.co.uk

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STRATHAVEN The Sheiling

Situated 5 minutes walk from Strathaven village and 10 minutes drive from M74. Lesmahagow Road, Strathaven ML10 6DA T: 01357 520477 sheiling@hotmail.com

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Self Catering Self Catering

East Renfrewshire

East Dunbartonshire

Maple Cottage

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NEWTON MEARNS Modern converted barn. Per week Cottage Bedrooms Sleeps

ÂŁ350-ÂŁ450 (1) (2) (4) 34934

Star & Garter Estate, Mearns Road, Newton Mearns, Glasgow G77 6RS T: 01355 500354 / 214 susan.ormsby1@btinternet.com www.maplecottage.webplus.net

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MILNGAVIE Mrs Bell Bankell Farm, Strathblane Road, Milngavie, Glasgow G62 8LE T/F: 0141 956 4643 bankellfarm@aol.com www.bankellfarmcottage.co.uk

Per week Cottage Bedrooms Sleeps

ÂŁ265-ÂŁ330 (1) (1) (2-4)

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KILMACOLM J & I Cameron

Delightful and peaceful, comfortably furnished farm cottage with lovely views. Per week Cottage Bedrooms Sleeps

ÂŁ250-ÂŁ300 (1) (2) (4-5) 32413

Mrs Cameron, Hillside Cottage, Hillside Farm, Kilmacolm, Renfrewshire PA13 4TH T: 01505 872077 iaincameron@lineone.net

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Arns, Cumbernauld G67 3JW T: 01236 722702 melvillelodge@hotmail.co.uk www.melvillelodge.co.uk

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BY CUMBERNAULD Melville Lodge

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Gavinburn Cottages are luxury cottages, located only 15 minutes from Glasgow City Centre and Loch Lomond and set high in the Kilpatrick Hills. This unique location offers you unrivalled views of the River Clyde and Glasgow and provides a hill walking and mountain biking paradise on your doorstep. We offer the perfect location to explore Glasgow and Loch Lomond and are near distilleries, golf courses and numerous visitor attractions. The cottages have everything required for your perfect break from welcome hampers and complimentary whisky to super king beds and log burning stoves. More at www.gavinburncottages.com

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BIGGAR Carmichael Country Cottages

Very comfortable accommodation close to town centre. Glasgow/Edinburgh 40 minutes.

ÂŁ280-ÂŁ650 (12) Flat (1) (1-4) Bedrooms (2) (2-6) Sleeps (4) 18153

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Mrs Margaret Fotheringham, 7 Wide Close, Lanark ML11 7LX T: 01555 663313 M: 0798 073 5518 F: 01555 663313 cvpreservation1@live.co.uk

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LESMAHAGOW

Enjoy the tranquility of beautiful accommodation in a 50-acre estate. Auchlochan Garden Village, New Trows Road, Lesmahagow, South Lanarkshire ML11 0GS T: 01555 893592 F: 01555 894902 auchlochan.enquiries@mha.org.uk www.auchlochan.com

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ÂŁ270-ÂŁ340 (4) (1-2) (2-5)

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NEW LANARK Stunning cottages resting on the banks of the River Clyde.

57 West Coats Road, Cambuslang, Glasgow, South Lanarkshire G72 8AE T: 0141 642 0629 M: 0787 645 0948 stay@westcoatslodge.co.uk www.westcoatslodge.co.uk

New Lanark Mill Hotel, New Lanark ML11 9DB T: 01555 667200 F: 01555 667222 hotel@newlanark.org www.newlanarkmillhotel.co.uk

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ÂŁ350-ÂŁ550 (1) (1) (2-4 + cot)

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Anneâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Cottage Lovely cottage on working farm. Central, Edinburgh, Lanark, Glasgow, Borders.

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ÂŁ350 (1) (2) (5-7)

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Luxury cottage within easy reach of Glasgow. Sleeps 2-4 plus cot. Per week Cottage Bedrooms Sleeps

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Westcoats Lodge Self Catering

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Roberton Mains Farm, Dolphinton, West Linton, Peeblesshire EH46 7AB T: 01968 682256 anne@robertonmains.freeserve.co.uk www.annescottages.co.uk

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MHA Auchlochan Garden Village

On family farm, panoramic views from conservatory, ideal touring base. Stonehill Farm, Crawfordjohn, Biggar ML12 6SU T/F: 01864 504217 stonehillcottage@btconnect.com www.stonehillcottage.co.uk

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93103

Lovely stone built comfortable historic properties on beautiful country estate. Carmichael Estate Office, West Mains, Carmichael, by Biggar, Lanarkshire ML12 6PG T: 01899 308336 F: 01899 308481 cottages@carmichael.co.uk www.carmichael.co.uk

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East Rogerton Cottages

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A warm welcome to our ground floor, self-catering cottages. Per week Cottage Bungalow Bedrooms Sleeps

ÂŁ399-ÂŁ490 (2) (1) (4) (2-5)

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East Rogerton Lodge, Markethill Road, East Kilbride G74 4NZ T: 01355 263176 christinemcleavy@hotmail.co.uk www.east-rogerton.co.uk

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Camping and Caravan Parks

Hostels/Activity Accommodation

Holiday Parks

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Excellent base for Glasgow and surrounding areas. Access to all major road/rail links. Major re-development to park entrance in 2011, with added security gates to entrance and CCTV monitoring. 14 new hardstand pitches in grass area introduced in 2012.

Group/party bookings, discounts available, mixed and single parties welcome. Per night From ÂŁ18 Bothwell Road, Hamilton, Dorms (15) South Lanarkshire ML3 0DW (80) T: 01698 283806 F: 01698 286621 Sleeps kirsty@hamilton-park.co.uk www.hamilton-park.co.uk

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New Lanark Youth Hostel 20918

1 Village Drive, Red Deer Village, Clayhouse Road, Stepps, Glasgow G33 6AF T: 0141 779 4159 F: 0141 779 4057 info@craigendmuir.co.uk

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Kibble Palace in Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens.

Sailing on the Firth of Clyde at Gourock, Inverclyde.

Kelvingrove Park with Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum beyond.

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Local rail services in the SPT area Railway services operated by First ScotRail on behalf of Transport Scotland. Subway operated by SPT

Lenzie OBAN FORT WILLIAM MALLAIG Arrochar and Tarbet

Ardlui

Alexandria

Helensburgh Central

Renton

Cumbernauld

Dumbarton Central Dalreoch

Craigendoran Cardross

Dumbarton East Kilpatrick

RIVER CLYDE

Bowling

Greenfaulds Drumchapel

Singer

Drumry

Westerton Maryhill Summerston

Clydebank Fort Matilda

Dunoon

Yoker

Greenock West

Hillhead Hyndland Partick

Port Glasgow Branchton

Whinhill Woodhall

Rothesay

Inverkip

Bishopton

Glasgow International Airport

Paisley St. James

Largs

Johnstone Milliken Park

Fairlie

Howwood Lochwinnoch West Kilbride

Dalry

Stevenston Brodick

Ardrossan Harbour

Buchanan bus station

St George's Cross Buchanan Street

Cessnock

St Enoch

CENTRAL

Kinning Park Shields Rd

High Street

Cardonald Crookston

Paisley Canal

Hawkhead

Glengarnock

Mosspark

Easterhouse

Shettleston

Baillieston

Mount Vernon

Drumgelloch

Kirkwood

Bargeddie

Whifflet

Cambuslang RIVER CLYDE

Newton Kirkhill

Crossmyloof

Maxwell Park

Uddingston Bellshill

Queen's Park

Holytown

Burnside Shawlands

Crosshill

Pollokshaws East

Priesthill & Darnley

Langside

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Shieldmuir

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Hairmyres

Wishaw

Airbles

East Kilbride

Kilmarnock

Prestwick International Airport Newton-on-Ayr

Airdrie Coatdyke

Coatbridge Central

Carmyle

Pollokshields East

Nitshill

Troon

Coatbridge Sunnyside

Bridge Street

Dumbreck Corkerhill

Kennishead

Dunlop

Blairhill

Dalmarnock

Pollokshaws West

Barassie

Garrowhill

West St

Pollokshields West

Kilwinning

Irvine

Duke Street Carntyne

Rutherglen Paisley Gilmour St

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Ardrossan Ardrossan Town South Beach

Alexandra Parade

Bellgrove QUEEN STREET Argyle St. Bridgeton

Ibrox

Hillington West East

Gartcosh

Ashfield

Cowcaddens

Exhibition Charing Centre Cross Anderston

Govan

Langbank

Wemyss Bay

Kelvinbridge

Jordanhill

Bogston

Drumfrochar IBM

Stepps

Barnhill

Anniesland Kelvinhall

Scotstounhill

Springburn

Possilpark & Parkhouse

Gilshochill

Kelvindale

Garscadden

Greenock Central Cartsdyke

Bishopbriggs

Bearsden

Dalmuir Gourock

Cumbrae Slip

EDINBURGH, PERTH, FALKIRK, STIRLING

Hillfoot Helensburgh Upper

Garelochhead

Kilcreggan

Croy

Milngavie

Balloch

Chatelherault

Williamwood Prestwick Town

Ayr

Merryton

Auchinleck Bus link

SPT Subway

Whitecraigs Maybole

Carluke

Lanark Carstairs

Interchange with ferries

New Cumnock

Travelator link

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STRANRAER

Larkhall

Park and ride car parks Cycle lockers for hire

DUMFRIES CARLISLE

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EDINBURGH International airports

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