Stayed here in 1999 with my boyfriend. A small bed and breakfast about 15 minutes walk from the centre of town, or you can get a local train to Bellgrove railway station and it is a 2-3 minute walk up the hill from there. The owners are really friendly - the husband is a painter and his paintings adorn all the rooms (very good they are too). We had a double room without bathroom but it was next to the communal bathroom, which was not shared with many other people. TV and kettle for making tea and coffee in the room, which made it very cosy. Breakfast was served in our room by the owner - you can have whatever you like - full English or continental. She is really friendly, and will offer good advice on where to go, etc.
It cost about ý30 a night when we went (1999), so bear in mind that it will have gone up since then.
Thoroughly recommended - there isn't much wrong with this place. Great for a warm welcome to Glasgow.
Unique Quality: Very friendly service, cosy rooms, hearty breakfast.
Directions: 10 - 15 minute walk from the town centre
It's a Victorian House with a front garden full of flowers and trees, There are only 4 rooms, what makes the place very quiet and warm. You will feel like being at home there!
Unique Quality: Our room was huge, we had a king size bed, TV, coffee and tea making facilities and shower. The rooms have no WC, but it is only at ten steps from all the rooms and is very clean and comfortable! Breakfast is served in the room by Mrs. Elizabeth Morrison, the very nice and kind landlady.
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