Holiday Cottages in Glasgow

Glasgow is a vibrant city that effortlessly combines rich history, cutting-edge architecture and a dynamic arts scene. This cosmopolitan destination invites you to immerse yourself in its energetic atmosphere and embrace its unique character. Discover Glasgow's architectural wonders, from the grandeur of Glasgow Cathedral to the contemporary designs of the Riverside Museum and the iconic Glasgow School of Art. Stroll along the vibrant streets of the city centre, filled with stylish boutiques, eclectic markets and inviting cafes. Whether you're an art enthusiast, a shopaholic or a food lover, Glasgow promises an unforgettable and authentic Scottish escape. Our holiday cottages in Glasgow and the Clyde Valley offer the perfect base for exploring this exciting metropolis, whether you're after a lively city break in the centre of it all or a tranquil retreat in the surrounding countryside. Don't forget your canine companion, as many of our holiday cottages are dog friendly.

Glasgow Cathedral in Glasgow and the Clyde Valley, Scotland

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Things to do in Glasgow on your holiday in Scotland

Soak up Scottish culture...
Many of the museums in Glasgow are free to enter, so it is a perfect place for culture vultures and families looking for a fun and educational day out. Scotland's oldest museum, the Hunterian, is home the Hunterian Museum, with its diverse collection of art, scientific instruments and archaeological artifacts, and the Hunterian Art Gallery, which features works by Scottish and international artists. One of Glasgow's must-see attractions, and one of the most visited art galleries and museums in the world, is the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. There are an incredible 8000 exhibits here, spanning from a World War Two Spitfire to Salvador Dali's, Christ of St John of the Cross. After visiting the museum, enjoy a scenic walk in neighbouring Kelvingrove Park or the Glasgow Botanic Gardens. If you're visiting Glasgow for a short break or weekend away, book one of our holiday cottages in the city centre and make the most of cultural attractions right on your doorstep.

Sample local culinary delights...
Glasgow city centre has a diverse culinary scene, with a mix of charming cafes, Michelin-starred restaurants and welcoming pubs serving up traditional Scottish dishes and international fare. Sample hearty local delicacies like haggis, neeps and tatties at a cosy pub; indulge in trendy fusion dishes and gourmet cuisine at one of the city's fine dining restaurants; or pick up tasty local delicacies at a bustling food market, like Barras Market or the Merchant City Market. Wash it all down with a dram of Scottish whisky or some local craft beer at one of the city's many pubs and cocktail bars. Our self-catering cottages in Glasgow give you the freedom to cook up tasty meals in the comfort of your holiday home or dine out on tasty local fare and gourmet cuisine. The choice is yours!

Enjoy diverse entertainment and nightlife...
The city of Glasgow is renowned for its lively entertainment scene, from traditional Scottish folk music to side-splitting comedy performances. Enjoy live music at iconic venues like the Barrowland Ballroom and the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall; catch a performance at the Theatre Royal Glasgow or the Tron Theatre; or head to Glasgow's West End to discover the eclectic bars, bohemian cafes and cosy pubs of places like Byres Road and Ashton Lane. Glasgow plays host to various festivals and events throughout the year, including Celtic Connections, the Glasgow International Comedy Festival, the Glasgow Film Festival and Merchant City Festival. Whether you're interested in music, comedy, theatre or film, there's always something exciting happening in Scotland's largest city.

University of Glasgow tower in Glasgow and the Clyde Valley, Scotland