Gleddoch Gate House

Address: Old Greenock Rd, Port Glasgow, Inverclyde, Scotland, PA14 6YE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Old Greenock Rd, Port Glasgow, is near Scottish Maritime Museum.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Port Glasgow

Day 4/5 - Holly's Birthday

A travel blog entry by jackbyrne on Oct 28, 2015

44 photos

... As you can imagine, all the photos were then given back to me as blurry, out of focus and unclear images, which couldn't even be put into this blog post. Holly seemed to like all of her presents (especially my personalised Mr Men book and certificate for her), and soon the day could begin.

Kati treated us to a tasty new loaf of her homemade bread for breakfast and soon we were all up, dressed and ready for a nice birthday day out. This year the annual day trip to a ...

Oot and aboot i' Glasgow

A travel blog entry by nmasters on Aug 20, 2015

1 comment, 37 photos

... anyone visiting Glasgow. Neil Oliver, who narrates the commentary on the Glasgow Tour bus, said the building is indicative of the new direction for the city as a whole, which has switched focus from industry, manufacture and ship building to the arts, sport and tourism. There were examples of this new direction to be found all over the city. We discovered Zizzi Italian restaurant and bar in Byres Rd, light, bright, casual and we realised how much we miss ...

Day 32

A travel blog entry by kimjeffrey on Jun 26, 2015

2 photos

... how his grandfather was a forester as well as driving the local ferry across the loch and fishing for the local inn. We stopped for a cup of tea at the Rowardenan Inn which had a lovely fire burning. John continued with a story about how he used to wear a pair of his grandfather's wellies when he was a lad and his grandfather and his friend were fishing for salmon. His grandfather would fill his wellies up with fish and tell him to ...

Meeting the Scottish rellies

A travel blog entry by hunterstrip on Aug 20, 2014

6 comments, 1 photo

... so we will be happy here but I do miss that lovely big bed.We went for a walk to find our way around and we seemed to walk for miles. By now we were cold and hungry but all we could seem to find was Italian and Nanny had had Risotto almost every night and was sick of it. I was happy that we got a cab back as my feet were very tired. We went to the Indian Restaurant just a few doors away from where we live. It was pretty good. We had a game ...

Day 4 Getting to know the Glasgow cabbies

A travel blog entry by on Jun 16, 2014

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... it seems. They are even happy to go through a Maccas drive through with a smile and a what ever you want mam. Noel has now warmed to a Maccas meal and 'liked it'. The four bed ward is made up of Scots that burst into song as the mood takes them and the ward is filled with "I's" and "wee's". To sum up, hospital staff have been excellent, but you could lose a whole lot of ...