Premier Inn Glasgow North East (Stepps)

Crowwood Roundabout - Cumbernauld Road, Stepps, Glasgow, G33 6HN, United Kingdom
Premier Inn Glasgow North East - Stepps
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Place to stay in Scotland (female travelling alone)

by molough

Hi there! I am a 27-year-old female travelling alone to Scotland (Glasgow and Edinburgh) in a month. I am looking for a bed and breakfast in a safe area but also in a fun, culturally rich area. Does anyone have any suggestions? I am looking for a place in Glasgow for 2 nights and Edinburgh for 5 nights.

Re: Place to stay in Scotland (female travelling alone)

by tracyskf

Hi there,
Any particular budget?

When I was in Glasgow, I stayed in Holiday Inn Theatreland, you can check out the link:
The location is very convenient and near to the Buchanan bus station - which is the main bus station for travelling around.

It was a bit more pricy than hostel - not sure which dates you are going but there is promo for GBP 59 (Leisure Saver) in Oct too. Previously I stayed in Glasgow for 5 nights (as I was attending summer school in Glasgow) made trips to Edinburgh.

Note to travel to Edinburgh by bus, you can book online using --> if you book way in advance, the rate is much cheaper. I love Edinburgh a lot, and if you need to work out an itenary, drop me a mail. I might be able to share mine previously. I have one with the links on the websites to check out - so it will help you in planning. Have sent this to VT members before too.

Hope this helps.

Re: Place to stay in Scotland (female travelling alone)

by fergiehasfun

There are lots of nice bed and breakfasts in Sauchiehall street ,single room £20 right where Kelvingrove starts I have stayed in Smiths .They are good and@ this price can not be bettered.
In Edinburgh id post in Edinburgh forum

Travel Tips for Glasgow


by IanMacPhail

The website is as good as I`ve seen for visitors. Try it!

For getting out and about buy an Itchy guide or see
or buy The List, see
Internet cafe Easy is in St Vincent Place.

In glasgow, there is still...

by antz

In glasgow, there is still quite a lot of sectarianism...just don't support either Celtic or Rangers! I don't support either - preferring to stay well away from arguements (you would never have guessed with me being a politics student an' all!)

Personally, I much prefer to watch Rugby (I support Scotland, surprise surprise!) or to watch the Grand Prix - McLaren are the best (especially my wee scottie boy Coulthard!)

Hidden old railway in Botanic Garden

by m-gem

A local showed me in Glasgow that there is an old railway station in one corner of Botanic Garden. It's a bit off the main path, not far after you enter the park from Great Western Road/Byres Road. You go to the most left path, and soon there is a smaller path to the left that heads more towards Great Western Road. You'll see some fences on either side of the path, and down below, is an unused railway station. A sign at the site tells about its history as part of an extension of the railway that ran under the park.


by WAHEEDASLAM about Buchanan Street

One of the Glasgow's famous & most crowded street is known as "Buchanan Street".From shops to Musuems you can find anything around this street. Packed with shopping malls & markets its a real shopping Heaven for the locals & tourists. The most expensive of all the mall is Argyll Arcade.But Like me if You believe in Quality than Quantity then you should pay a visit. You can also find the Museum of Modern art on this street as well as the main Bus Station in Glasgow.
The street is filled with entertainment as you can also find the traditionally dressed buskers playing the pipes. There is also a chain of famous fast food resturants as well.. There are few Fashion outlets where you can upgrade your fashion desires...Along the street you can also find music stores like HMV & VIGIN..


by ange_famine about Cathouse

Pros: the Cathouse is a concert hall, and hosts bands ranging from punk to true black metal.
As a concert hall, only the first floor is open to the public, making it a small but manageable venue. The sound is not that bad and it brings great bands in an easy to find location (just under central station.

Cons: It is quite dire as a nightclub and they are not tight enough on ID checks. Understand: if you're a teacher, you should expect to see your pupils there.
They have two rooms open most nights, the second floor playing more nu-metal/electro sounds.
If you're a metalhead or a goth from abroad, do not go there, it is very commercial and the audience is trendy. Do not bother dressing up


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Address: Crowwood Roundabout - Cumbernauld Road, Stepps, Glasgow, G33 6HN, United Kingdom