Busby Hotel Glasgow

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Field Road, Clarkston, Glasgow, G76 8RX, United Kingdom
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48%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
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8
Very Good
24%
25
Average
17%
18
Poor
16%
17
Terrible
33%
35

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 34% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families38
  • Couples29
  • Solo33
  • Business17

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Forum Posts

Outside Glasgow.

by chipper99

Hi I am flying to Glasgow in May for a weekend with 10 lads. Can anyone suggest anywhere outside Glasgow to stay, town or countryside. Doesnt have to be too lively, but with something to do or visit and a few welcoming bars that wouldnt mind a group. We are using Glasgow International so anywhere within a reasonable distance. Many thanks.

Re: Outside Glasgow.

by ChrisJM

How about Stirling mate. It's only about half an hour in the train from Glasgow city centre and is a very historic and interesting wee place with a selection of bars. Here's a link to wikitravel's page on Stirling - http://wikitravel.org/en/Stirling

Can't really think of anywhere else within a close vicinity to Glasgow that would be worth staying in.

Re: Outside Glasgow.

by chipper99

Cheers mate. I will have a look. Didnt realise it was the same weekend as Scottish Cup final. Also a few of the lads will want to watch the English FA cup final, which could be tricky.

Re: Outside Glasgow.

by ChrisJM

Yeah, would be great to see Falkirk win but can't really see it. If you're football fans it could we worth taking a wee trip to Hampden for the Scottish Football Museum. I've never been but it's meant to be really good. Here's a link to it: http://www.scottishfootballmuseum.org.uk/scottish_football.cfm?curpageid=342

Travel Tips for Glasgow

stylish designs

by Flamegirl

Charles Rennie Mackintosh designs are very popular in Glasgow (windows, jewellery, mugs, architectural motifs), it's easy to see why. The rose depicted in this window design is quite common.

Examples of his design work can be seen at the Willow Tea Rooms (designed by Mackintosh - tip coming soon) and the Glasgow School of Art.

See www.crmsociety.com for more information about the talented Glasgow-bred architect and designer.

Scotch eggs

by ange_famine

Glasgow being the town of fried fattening food, you cannot leave it without having been to a supermarket to buy some Scotch Eggs.
These are hard-cooked eggs, rolled in sausage, rolled in a batter, then...FRIED.
Believe it or not, it's actually very nice.

Celtic FC

by clivedinburgh

I thought I'd add a few pics and tips about Parkhead or Celtic Park as it is better known, home of the world famous Celtic FC. I first attended a match in the early 80s and the stadium then had a real buzz with the jungle almost never quiet.

We generally headed for the Janefield End with my abiding memory being of Paddy Bonner saving a penalty against Aberdeen that somehow seemed better than a goal.

The stadium was extensively re-built in the 90s to become the then largest club ground in the UK (Man Utd overtook us shortly afterwards). The current capacity is 60,832 and it is almost full for every game but you can get tickets if you are willing to make the effort, either by going through the ticketline number as below or just turning up at the ground and going to the ticket office to the right of the main stand. Failing that, there is often people trying to offload tickets that friends/family are unable to use, these may even be season tickets that now come in the form of a credit card.

So if you do fancy heading for a match then all the best.

Clive

Mugdock country park

by husain

Mugdock country park, near Milngavie, is a popular place to walk around.
Theres an old mansion and a castle within the parks boundary, and two lakes as well, making it a good place to see some interesting birds. Theres usually much activity here on the weekends.

Ashton Lane

by muse_chik

A quaint, cobblestoned street right near the University and off Byers road, chock-full of bars and eating venues for every person.

Check out Vodka Wodkas for an intense selection of vodkas and missed drinks not to be missed!

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