Premier Inn Glasgow (Cumbernauld)

4 South Muirhead Road, Cumbernauld, Glasgow, G67 1AX, United Kingdom
Premier Inn Glasgow - Cumbernauld
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St Patricks Day

by South_London_Celt

I'm visiting some family over paddys day & i was just wondering if anyone knew of any good pubs or clubs in central Glasgow in which to celebrate? Live music venues would be good too, i like a bit of the Wolfe Tones! :-)

Re: St Patricks Day

by IanMacPhail

Rest assured that you`ll find busy pubs and music. Stiff Little Fingers are at Barrowland on St Patrick`s day, may be a bit wild.:-0
The big pubs such as Waxy O`Connors and O`Neills in the Merchant City will be popular.

Re: St Patricks Day

by South_London_Celt

Thanks, might just try the Barrows.

Travel Tips for Glasgow

I really do not know. The...

by lvdpiet

I really do not know. The visit was purely for the congres. What I know is: There is a wonderful Museum of transport, the congress gave their welcoming reception there. There is a nice city park, the inner city is quiet monumental, but seems to miss a real central square. The central station is something to see: Monumental and still in full use. And then the old inner harbour site, where now the congress and Exhibitioncentre is located The lecture of Annemarie and her professor at the IFMA congress.
The meeting of my Aqumen collegue Jenny at the exhibition.

language societies

by chichino1

The city has a plethora of languages promoting arts n culture. It is very lucky to have an alliance Francaise institute which also gives a home to the Gouthe institute. www.afglasgow.org.uk
There is also the events run by the scots language society a wonderful friend for any student trying to study the weegies as the glaswegians are affectionately known as.www.scotslanguage.com The polish and greek communities also run a lot of events.

Queens Park.. Battlefield, south side.

by chichino1

The pictures amaze me, the whole area has connections with Mary Queen of Scots and the battle between her troops and the Parliaments,the beautiful park is named after her,views from the hill being splendid,yet in the midst of this the largest building in the srea is the Queen Victoria infirmary ,somewhat of a snub to the earlier queens historic presence.

Dundonald Castle

by margaretvn

Get away and visit Dundonald Castle.
This is a prominent large stone castle overlooking the village of Dundonald. It was built in the 1370's by Robert II. There were two great feasting halls one above the other although today the floor has gone. Archaeological excavations have shown that the castle hill was occupied by a large fort in the Dark Ages and by a prehistoric hill fort before that.

12 miles from Ayr on the A71 and then onto the B730 where it is signposted.
It is open 7 days a week from April to September 10.00 to 5.00
Tel: 01563 850201

Places for the Middle Classed

by glasgowsnob about Tiger Tiger

Enjoy a variety of environments, each with their own distinctive décor, ambience and style.

Set over several floors, the individually designed rooms and musical styles include the laid back Lounge Bar, funky Kaz Bar, contemporary restaurant and up-beat Club: to provide the complete night out until late.


Tiger Tiger’s imaginative menus are well suited to intimate dinners, group dining and parties ­ perfect for a relaxed drink after work or for a full night out until late. Restaurant diners benefit from admission to all of the Bars and the Club. Smart, Casual, Funky.

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