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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Location

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

      LARBERT, Scotland.

      A travel blog entry by piperwg on Oct 26, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... to be in this place. In the evening we all went to Tim's church and came away very inspired as they had a visiting speaker who came through Young Talent Time, Neighbours and married Paul Scanlon's daughter. He now ministers in Bradford but walked the difficult road of many young talented actors/singers with tough battles with drugs and breakdown of relationships. We also met Tim's young lady friend who seems ...

      Those killer Kelpies - just had to see them again

      A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Aug 04, 2014

      24 photos

      ... were on inside them but not really visible since there was too much daylight still. Then suddenly the lights went out.

      We saw a couple of men working in an electrical switch box and as they left I asked if the lights were off for the rest of the night. But no they weren't it was simply a gesture of commemoration for the anniversary of the start of WW1 and the lights were off from 10 to 11pm. It was quite cool by this time and we ...

      The Widow of Oz Adventures.

      A travel blog entry by carrie03 on Nov 04, 2013

      14 comments, 39 photos

      ... would have to get off and get on the next one as he was turning back!!!! Luckily did not have to wait long and got back on board safe and sound and thoroughly enjoyed my jaunt into Melly!! Sat on balcony and watched Melbourne fade as we sailed away then down to join my friends for dinner and let them know I was not on my way to Singapore, then Jacqie her hubby Paul and I went to give our support to the country and western singer in the English pub. Clocks go forward yet another ...

      Commonwealth Games interview: Glasgow

      A travel blog entry by liz_turner on Jul 06, 2013

      ... they were all either cordoned off or the other side of the march. After another 30mins I eventually found somewhere, not too far away and arrive in time. I booked in and somehow the one person I talked to ( in a gamesmaker uniform!) knew Helen and Gerry - Mike and Eleanor - Helen and Gerry had been to their 4 month olds christening the previous weekend. I'm not even sure how we got on the conversation so quickly that let us find out that info! My ...

      Take our lives but you'll never take our freedom

      A travel blog entry by brent_n_dani on Aug 29, 2012

      52 photos

      ... of Williams original battle. The battle of Sterling bridge where he & his rebellious men fought of the English off using the boggy marshes.


      The monument is huge & made completely of stone. After the first flight of spiral stairs in a large room is where Wallace’s huge sword is, its size is impressive also. We stood & watched a projected re-enactment of Wallace’s speech when on trial to defend himself & his actions to the British, who as we all ...