Lynnhurst Hotel

Address: Park Road, Johnstone, Renfrewshire, Scotland, PA5 8LS, United Kingdom | Hotel
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After a 2009 renovation, the Lynnhurst Hotel retains much of its Scottish charm, from its intricate stained glass windows to the rustic stone fašade, but with modern updates. Guest room furnishings range from clean and modern to vintage and eclectic and reviewers marvel at the venue's helpful staff and picturesque location. This popular wedding venue hosts groups as well as single travelers, offering a monthly tribute meal that includes free champagne and an elegant three-course meal. Wedding packages available through Lynnhurst offer extensive menu options and plenty of amenities, including a red-carpet welcome, an LED dance floor, and video services.


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This hotel, located on Park Road, Johnstone, is near Paisley Abbey, Clydebank Titan, Gleniffer Braes Country Park, and Coats Observatory.
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    Travel Blogs from Johnstone

    Western Scotland, Back to England

    A travel blog entry by thevacationists on Apr 28, 2015

    43 photos

    ... the house as all the walls are still standing and there are photos extant of some of the rooms.

    Also on our way is the Castle of Warwick (pronounced "Warrick"). This beautifully refurbished castle was never damaged during the English Civil War and has retained it's original architecture. Built upon a defensible sandstone ledge above the Avon River beginning in 1068 by William the Conqueror, this place is now the ...

    Helensburgh resurgens

    A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Sep 17, 2014

    20 photos

    ... Street School, soon to be transformed form mouldering ruin into a dynamic community centre and council offices - well, we hope it will be dynamic. At St Andrew's church the foundations for the new hall are in place and the steelwork has arrived on site. This development is one that I have had a minor hand in myself, so it is extra interesting to see the plans coming to life.

    New houses are rising on the site of the old secondary ...

    104. West Highland Way Race.

    A travel blog entry by sarahbooth on Jun 21, 2014

    ... Hill, he was quite chatty with other runners and I was keen to keep moving so I went without. The day was warming up and I knew it was a long stretch ahead so I suggested stopping at the tap at the hotel for water but we got caught and sent on or way. The drovers road was as expected hard going and I started to need to stop for a minute every hour or so, no more and let the blood flow back to my feet, this is where perhaps hokas would help out. I could see where we were aiming for, ...


    A travel blog entry by digordon on Sep 07, 2013

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... and we were in for a treat! Possibly the highlight was to see Salvador Dali's "Christ of St John of the Cross" - one of those paintings that simply takes your breath away. Also amazingly moving was a sculpture called "Motherless" which portrays a poor father with his little girl after the mother has died. We also saw two works by Rembrandt, two by Van Gogh, a Picasso painted during his blue period, a Matisse and. Monet. We left as the ...

    The Drive

    A travel blog entry by pkumar01 on Apr 12, 2013

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... at me wearing a 'skirt'.

    Scotland is... pretty. It's a lot more open and empty than England and there were moments on the road when it looked a lot like Montana; only everything appears very old.

    We are staying at a place called the Old Course Hotel that's on a Golf Course and is quite nice. After a brief nap, I am ready to party !

    Next... drinks with the the Bride and Groom's families. (And check out some pictures below).