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  • Reviews: 1

4 out of 5 starsUser Rating

Radnor park Hotel: clydebank classic

I recently had cause to visit Cledbank due to a family bereavment,and because the cemetary was in such a place it was thought we needed accomadation near to the venue(Dalnotter).We chose the r
Radnor Park Hotel,Having looked at previous reviews I was cautious about it, but it turned out to be a joy, ok not a 5 star hotel but what was to hand was great food,clean beds and warm ,as well,friendly staff,and extreamly helpfull as well.
I would certainly have no problems returning to this Hotel or recomending it to others

clean,friendly and economiclly value for money ,and situated in a great position for through travellers

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Road Trip, Backpacking, Budget Travel
  • Written January 12, 2012

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  • lillibets profile photo lillibets
  • Reviews: 88

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budget backpackers: north lodge

The warmth and welcome here was impressive and being new the facilities were first class.It has no large dorms just 4 and six bedded which seems to be ideal.
The south african couple running it knew their city and were doing a good job of answering our questions
I would return and found it good value for money.

location is superb and the small rooms great

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Business Travel, Budget Travel
  • Written November 3, 2009

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  • ange_famine profile photo ange_famine
  • Reviews: 87

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Onslow Guest House: Convenient in Dennistoun

I went to help my friend check-in to what was for me a new bed n breakfast in Dennistoun. It was apparently refurbished a few months ago and seems to be very popular.
I appreciated the fact that the staff is very nice and chatty and the room was small but cosy.

Dennistoun is quite convenient, closer to the town centre than the west end and much cheaper.
This particular Guest House has the advantage of having a small private car park, and the cheap price is very attractive. The boss really takes care of his clients and you can see it in the enormous size of the breakfast portions and the fact that there is a 24 hour reception, an unusual feature for BnB this side of town.
Prices: from £27 / person

Addenda: I lately bumped into the handyman in the local supermarket. He was emergency-buying a TV remote control that went missing so that the next guest would not be inconvenienced. He recognized me from one-month before and we had a wee chat.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Study Abroad, Budget Travel
  • Written August 6, 2008

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  • el_el profile photo el_el
  • Reviews: 2

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Hot-el-Apartments http://www.hot-el-apartments.com: Glasgow / Edinburgh - worth recommending

hi there!
just to give yous heads up to stay with these guys. stayed 3 times in glasgow and 4 times in edinburgh - mostly for fun weekends :) these guys do serviced apartments so you pay for a flat. it's quite cool - we stayed in 6 and worked out very well pricewise.
http://www.hot-el-apartments.com is their website - you can see some pictures etc. flats are very nice looking, brand new and very clean. nice and helpfull staff - shamil is the best :) (in glasgow)
well worth having a look and giving it a go. enjoy your stay! btw; partying in glasgow is the best! :) and shopping!

not sure if that's the way to include a link, but i'll give it a go:
http://www.hot-el-apartments.com
Hot-el-Apartments

great views in edinburgh - just at the waterfront
city centre location in glasgow - extremly handy for shops, clubs and train stations
gym membership access

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Family Travel, Business Travel, Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
  • Written July 21, 2008

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  • ange_famine profile photo ange_famine
  • Reviews: 87

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Craigpark Guest House: Dennistoun's gem

I booked a room for my best friend who stayed for a week. It was beautifully situated in Dennistoun's residential part, with quaint houses and a lot of trees.
The surroundings were very quiet and the house itself clean and full of light. The decoration is simple and classy.
Of course, full Scottish breakfast is served.

My friend, a history teacher, found capitivating that there should be a display of the owner's family tree in the hall. There was also a few memorabilia and some very interesting paintings.
The location is wonderful, as a lot of the houses surrounding the Guesthouse display Arts and Crafts and Macintosh designs, and it is only a few minutes from Victorian tenements, a wonder to a foreigner' eyes.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
  • Written May 9, 2008

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  • Over60 profile photo Over60
  • Reviews: 138

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Apartment Available through Manor Hotel

My wife and I and some German friends spent a very pleasant week in a furnished apartment owned by Angus McDonald, the proprietor of the Manor Park Hotel. Although not elegant and in a working class neighborhood, the apartment is pleasant and completely furnished. Immediately across the street is a bus stop with frequent service to the city center. A number of small restaurants and takeout restaurants are in the area. Mr . McDonald went out of his way to make out stay a pleasant one.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written February 6, 2008
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Rucksacks hostel: Not all ex army beds

As my french friend was already esconced here ,for his course at the college of Bagpiping,he kindly got us a twin room with the name,not number X-wing,all the rooms had Star war spaceship names..
This aside it was comfortable enough with large lockers {for the Rucksacks} and had comfortable carpets.
Breakfast was cold meats3,four cheeses *, types of jam,marmalade,peanut butter and a chocolate spread ,heaps of loaves and all self service,unsupervised.There was alsoboiled eggs,sausages and yoghurt pots in a glass fridge.
In kitchen a coffee pot was complemented by two other jars of coffee for choice and there were maybe 9 types of tea +regular.Here again all self -service .
All in all it was very far away from my recollections of hostelling in the highlands,and scandinavia with ex army camp beds and lists of rules and regulations longer than your arm because of the home comforts.choice and a craic in the atmosphere that you just can't buy.It just bubbled fun and friendliness.

Having come her not really knowing what to expect ,if you can live with bunks and non ensuite this was remarkably great value,less than half the price of bnb's but with no sscrimping on the public areas and you could get up in the middle of the night and make yourself a cup of tea in the kitchen,or jump on the internet in the 24 hour reception,free wifi
The atmosphere was superb,nice international travellers from all over the world.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Arts and Culture
  • Written June 28, 2007

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  • BenJeanworld profile photo BenJeanworld
  • Reviews: 1

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Premier Travel Inn: Cheap and good location (Near George Square)

I have stayed in this hotel twice over already, both times on business trips. The location is fantastic, just a 3 minute walk to George Square and a further 5 minutes into the shopping areas. The staff are great and very helpful. There is wireless access but cost GBP10 per 24 hours. The rooms are of good size and one floor is reserved for smokers. The restaurants serves a nice breakfast for GBP7.50. And it is just a short walk to the Cathedal Avenue and towards the Necropolis.

Great location. Reasonable price.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Family Travel
  • Written October 31, 2006
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  • Reviews: 129

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Holiday Inn Glasgow Airport (Glasgow PA3 2TR): Nothing Fancy

This was a quick diversion, comliments of British Airways. We were not scheduled to stay overnight in Glasgow, but our emergency landing forced a stay. The hotel and staff were pleasant, restaurant food was quite good and we got a chance to see a Scottish wedding party (in full kilt!). This hotel was also within walking distance to a main thouroughfare for other eating and drinking options.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Beer Tasting, Budget Travel, Study Abroad
  • Written June 17, 2006

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  • Reviews: 49

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Student accommodation on the net: Glasgow for students

I work in a city centre college and information comes in for accommodation. Here are some of the places that are available to students during term time.
www.unite-students.com Tel.0845 11 0021
www.thestudentvillage.com Tel.0870 712 5003
www.victoriahall.com Tel.0141 354 4100
www.campusaccommodation.co.uk 0116 25 4215

Also the Glasgow College of Nautical studies has accommodation www.glasgow -nautical.ac.uk
The YMCA in Panmure Street Tel 0141 945 2526 or FAX 0141 945 2525

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Study Abroad, Work Abroad
  • Written May 15, 2006

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  • Reviews: 93

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Abidale Guest House: Convenient Glasgow West End

I would definitely go back after my first experience in April 06. And Glasgow's West End has it all: shops, entertainment, transport....no need for the city centre, which is a good 30 mins walk or 5 mins by subway (Kelvinbridge station).

Located in a renovated Georgian-style building right next to the Coopers Pub and Restaurant. Room was basic, but spotlessly clean. Spacious new bathroom (with single water tap! a rare luxury in the UK). Breakfast basic as well. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Single at 30 Pounds is cheap for UK standards. Coopers next door is a large pub and rest, good fselection of food and beers.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written May 14, 2006

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Cross Basket Castle: Need more room? How about room for 20

Our group had 15 people... The landscape was increadable! The whole castle and scernery were right out of a fairy tale.

Old bridges, old paths, river that follows along the property. it was an amazing place.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written December 15, 2002
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  • Reviews: 466

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ENGLISH COUNTRY COTTAGES HELPED US: RENT A COTTAGE

It's very economical to rent a cottage in this area. Ours was fully equipped and a short ride south of Glasgow near Gatehead....outside of Kilmarnock. There were two pubs in this small village - how handy!

We had a fourposter bed and lovely, small kitchen.. separate dining room and lounge with very modern bath.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Arts and Culture, Historical Travel, Budget Travel
  • Written September 12, 2002
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  • Chris_Sopko profile photo Chris_Sopko
  • Reviews: 53

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The Stonehill Castle in...

The Stonehill Castle in Tarbert will definitely give you a taste of Scotland!

It's an old castle with a tremendous amount of charm

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Written August 25, 2002
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Loudon Mains also does bed and...

Loudon Mains also does bed and breakfast accommodation, sorry I do not know the prices as we did not use it.
This photo is our house again.

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  • Written August 24, 2002
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