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Glasgow City Guide

  1. is Scotland's largest city; it has a population of 600,000
  2. is ranked as the best UK shopping centre outside London
  3. has a major international airport 20 minutes from the city centre
  4.  has excellent transport links with the rest of Scotland and the UK
  5. has around 80 parks, more than any other city in Europe; Glasgow means ‘dear green place' in Gaelic
  6. was named favourite city in the UK, after London, by readers of Condé Nast Traveller magazine
  7. was the birthplace of one of the world's greatest architects and designers, Charles Rennie Mackintosh has churches, mosques and synagogues all within easy reach of the city centre
  8. has 14 free museums and art galleries which house more than 1.5 million objects
  1. is a major centre for sport, including football, golf, sailing, hill walking and climbing.
  2. Is within an hour travel by car bus or train of Scotland's most famous cities and tourist attractions Edinburgh,  Stirling Castle, Burns Country Loch Lomond and Ayrshire’s Royal Troon Golf Course


Glasgow is one of Europe’s liveliest cities with a vibrant and colourful social scene, some of the best shopping in the world, thriving music and performance venues and some increasingly renowned international festivals. Small wonder that it was named one of the top ten ‘must-see’ destinations for 2006 (and the only one in Europe) by Frommer’s Travel Guide.

Whether your passion is history, architecture, music, sport or shopping you’ll find plenty to interest you.


Glaswegian's have a reputation for friendliness and always providing a warm welcome. Wherever you come from, you’ll soon treat Glasgow as your second home.


“Not only is a stay in Glasgow a highlight of any trip to Scotland, it’s essential. Combining urban mayhem, black humour and, most of all, a delicious sense of fun, this city will entice you to linger… if you don’t have fun in this city, we’d suggest therapy.”
Lonely Planet Guide 2006

“Glasgow is the UK’s hippest and most happening city.” Travel & Leisure magazine, USA

“It is a very handsome city with some of the most exciting and stylish venues in the UK. It scored exceptionally highly for food as well as its culture and the friendliness of the people. Everyone should visit this dynamic city!”  Condé Nast Traveller (Glasgow came second in the Readers’ Travel Awards 2005)

“More cosmopolitan and modern than its capital neighbour, Glasgow features radiant Victorian architecture. It encompasses a large artistic community with museums, fine art and contemporary galleries as well as music venues littered throughout the city.” Frommer’s Travel Guide 2006  


“Europe’s Secret Capital of Music.”
Time magazine

“Go to King Tut’s and dance to the next big post-punk band and discover the new Franz Ferdinand (or Dogs Die in Hot Cars or Snow Patrol or Sons and Daughters).”
New York Magazine named Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut as the seventh best way to ‘Follow your Bliss’ in its top 50 places to visit in the world, 2006.

King Tut’s was also named the “UK’s best live venue” by listeners of Radio 1 for three years in a row; won the Radio Clyde Award for Best Venue in 2005 and earned fourth place in Rocksound magazine’s Best Live Venue category.


Glasgow’s shops are renowned as the best in the UK outside London. You can stroll round the designer shops in Princes Square, succumb to temptation in Buchanan Galleries and Sauchiehall Street, visit the renowned Italian Centre in the Merchant City or sample local colour in the famous Barras market.

Silberburn Shopping Centre just off Junction 2 of the M77 is Glasgow’s best and newest modern  centre with Debenham’s, Marks & Spencer, Kurt Geiger, Hobbs, etc

10 Facts About Glasgow

There's the tree that never grew,
There's the bird that never flew,
There's the fish that never swam,
There's the bell that never rang.

Accommodation and Price Guide

Boswell "One-Bedroom" Apartments will accommodate 1 - 4  guests  ( 3 Adults Only)  

Sherbrooke "One-Bedroom" Apartment will accommodate 1 - 4  guests  ( 3 Adults Only) 

Sherbrooke "Two-Bedroom" Apartment will accommodate 1 - 6  guests (4 Adults Only)

One Bedroom" Apartments : From £50 - £95/Night 

"Two-Bedroom" Apartment : From £70 - £130/Night   

(Rates are NOT per person but for whole apartment)


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Contact: Michele George (Proprietor)

e-mail: michelegeorge1@msn.com 

Telephone/Fax: (+44) (0)141 585 4310

Mobile: (+44) (0) 7989 599346

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