The Glynhill Hotel & Leisure Club

169 Paisley Rd, Renfrew, Renfrewshire, Scotland, PA4 8XB, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 169 Paisley Rd, Renfrew, is near Buchanan Street, Xscape Braehead, S V Glenlee, and Paisley Abbey.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews The Glynhill Hotel & Leisure Club Renfrew

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Renfrew

    Better late than never... The journey begins.

    A travel blog entry by johnmcfeely on Oct 31, 2011


    ... a wait before I could check-in for my flight - but that just meant I could have a nice long lunch with my Mum and Dad before I headed off. So when the time came, I got myself checked in, and at that point had to say the hardest goodbye yet - to my Mum and Dad - before I set off to the departures area. Watching them disappear behind the wall as I set off down the long corridor to the security area was probably the part I had been dreading most, and the ...

    Weekend in Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by thevances on Sep 26, 2010

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    ... the dancehalls that were part of local entertainment, about industry and architecture and a host of other things. My fun fact about Glasgow though has nothing to do with the People's Palace exhibit - it is that Glasgow University was founded BEFORE Columbus came to America. Wow!

    After the People's Palace I went next door to the Winter Garden which is wonderful. I imagine in the winter when it is cold and grey outside that it is healing to have ...

    Aviemore to Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by felicityseeker on May 17, 2009

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    ... we travelled down to Glasgow stopping along the side of Loch Ness for photo's, at Fort Augustus we watched the lock system working on the caledonian canal and the road was closed breifly as the bridge swings open to let the boats move from the canal and locks out into Loch Ness.

    We carried on down to Fort William and then onto Glasgow via Glencoe the sight of the McDonalds massacre by the Campbells, driving through ...

    The Guest Speaker

    A travel blog entry by dannielle on Feb 12, 2008

    ... the founder and managing director of first people solutions group, was fascinating to listen to. he started the company 9 years ago in a market already full of recruitment agencies with the differentiation that he was kind to his staff and always allowed them to have a life away from work. he is now worth GBP 70 million, although you wouldn't expect this from hearing him speak. he was ...

    Lake District to Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by mscoggin619 on Jun 01, 2006

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    ... t think it would be as crowded as it was. The city centre had wonderful Victorian and Edwardian architecture; it was a hub for the industrial revolution. We had a moment of deja vu though. We didn't think we were going to be able to find a decent place to stay so we made the decision to continue on. In the end, we ate lunch and then continued on to ...