Located in a quiet and traditional tenement building, this apartment consists of three bedrooms; 2 doubles and 1 single room, comfortably sleeping 5 people. The apartment has a cool, relaxed, feel about it, furnished in up-to-date contemporary colours, furnishings and prints.
The beauty of this location is that it’s just a short walk to Glasgow’s city centre where you have great cultural experiences to enjoy, great restaurants, a thriving music scene and fantastic shops.
Three beds are at the heart of this city apartment flat. It has two comfortable and large double beds, with plenty of storage space in the rooms, and a single bedroom. Theres a beautifully renovated bathroom with a full bath and over bath shower and screen. This bright white room has a toilet and basin and wall mounted double height radiator.
The lounge is large and spacious with a full-size L-shaped sofa that you can all spread out on. There is a dining table at one end that seats 4/5. The room has a traditional fire surround and heater and a flat screen TV. It has striped wood floor that gives the room a bright and contemporary feel.
Directions. To travel to the property by Sat-Nav use the following postcode: G31 3SB
Things to do in Glasgow
Glasgow is the biggest city in Scotland, situated on the banks of River Clyde. It is celebrated for its vibrant shopping districts and abundance of culture. This city is a great destination if you want a fulfilling and varied experience of culture, food, shopping, or music. You're sure to find something that caters to your taste regardless of where you look in this upcoming city. Top places to go to are Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Shopping on Buchanan Street, The Riverside Museum, and the Glasgow Science Centre.
The people in Glasgow are welcoming and engaging, remember the phrase "People Make Glasgow" when in the city.
Glasgow truly is an entertainment hub! The city has a plethora of iconic music venues and hosts some of the world's most renowned festivals & events. Glasgow has rightfully earned the prestigious title of being a UNESCO City of Music. It is home to practically all of Scotland's national performing arts organisations, making it an inspiring creative and cultural city.
Glasgow has a tremendous mixture of cultures, and the cuisine in the city reflects this diversity. Out top Five place to try wonderful food are: Fanny Trollopes, Murphy's Pakora Bar, The Gannet (Michelin starred), Ashoka Ashton Lane, Soups on and the Cake Lady.
Must visit bars are Howlin' Wolf Bar Kitchen Juke Joint, Rufus T Firefly, Saint Luke's and the Winged Ox, Cask and Clyde and King Tut's Wah Wah Hut.