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


    A travel blog entry by ewtodd on Aug 24, 2015

    4 comments, 47 photos


    We have with the help of Alan Ritchie, revised the pictures of the Tattoo to make them brighter and clearer

    Judy & Eric

    Tuesday Aug. 18th

    We arrived at Glasgow after a 2 hour flight and picked up our car at the airport.
    We arrived at Margaret and Alan's in time for a late lunch. Spent the rest of the day visiting with the neighbours and sitting in the sun. It has been very wet here until today so maybe we brought the sun ...

    Thurso to Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by traveldons on Jul 11, 2015

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... Americans also in a hire car. The truck driver said cars were getting through but he had water issues. The Americans decided to give it a go and made it, so we did too! At the other end they had just put up a 'road closed' sign. The joys of travel!

    Pitlochry is lovely. We found the Heathergem factory and made a small puchase. It's a fascinating process for making this jewellery. First the heather is cut, then dried, dyed, glued, cut and shaped.

    Pitlochry is famous for ...

    Picnic Permutations and the Bopping Broons

    A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Aug 06, 2014

    3 photos

    ... they didn't appear to have anything in the way of picnic backpacks. We figured the best way would be to get a refund from John Lewis and she'd found a really nice one on Amazon so she could then get that. However I'd paid for it using Paypal and while there were a multitude of instructions on how to return either in store or via courier and what to do if you'd used your credit card there was nothing there on how to arrange a Paypal ...


    A travel blog entry by carole.hunter on May 02, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... Highland history. Here is the Wallace Monument, a tribute to William Wallace, a highlander who was featured in the Braveheart movie. We chickened out on the climb and just admired it from the car park. I must at this stage complement Betty our GPS. We encountered a number of closed roads on our way to Stirling and she successfully negotiated us along other, well off the track roads to get to our final destination. We watched as other cars ...

    On the train to Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by allangraham on Sep 06, 2013

    5 photos

    ... to Ian's.

    We got to Ian's house in about 5 mins from the station and then it was lots of chatting and checking out wee Cameron (Ian's grandson that he was baby sitting) before Ian had to head off to pick up his granddaughter Hallie. So Cecily and I headed off into Glasgow for a wander about to check out the old town I was pleased that I could get to Sauchiehall street from the train station without referring to a map. We walked ...