McLays Guest House

260 - 276 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, Scotland, G3 6TT, United Kingdom | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Kelvingrove area of Glasgow, is near Tenement House, The ABC, McLellan Galleries, and Charing Cross Mansions.
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    Travel Blogs from Glasgow

    Not much in Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by travelbugs3 on Oct 20, 2012

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    Day 163: We departed Fort William today and took probably the most scenic train ride of our trip, we went through more of the Scottish Highlands which is only accessible by train as there are no roads or towns. When we arrived into Glasgow the street was packed with people with it being Saturday, we started walking and got a little lost but …


    A travel blog entry by dansam2012 on May 23, 2012


    ... in a few towns to check out some castles.. The scenery was amazing, stone walls, green farm fields and sheep everywhere! Once we got to Glasgow we were lost! We had no detailed map and the roads aren't normal street names they have a letter then a few numbers (eg: A350), it was so hard to find our way around. We eventually found a map at a sevice station and then it was even harder to direct Dan with the roads being numbered and lettered!! They say ...

    Getting ready to go, up up and away ...

    A travel blog entry by smerbs on May 31, 2011


    ... down and were glad we missed the weather the day before, pfewie!

    The rest of our second week was spent hectically tying up loose ends such as selling the car, packing up the stuff we're leaving behind, making sure we had everything we needed to take travelling ... and throwing back some bevvies. Oh yes, and there was the small matter of the Minerva's fundraising concert that Tony decided to squeeze in the weekend before ...


    A travel blog entry by dee4diesel on Apr 29, 2010

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    ... Babbling brooks and mossy forest floors reminded us of NZ, so it's easy to imagine why the Scots loved the South Island. Highland cattle represented what few bovines we saw... probably as a result of Foot and Mouth and subsequent destruction of the herds ten years ago.

    Town names are interesting, and we wondered how Kilmahog got its name... was it as simple as we imagine!

    The motorhome's going well; we've done ...

    Glasgow - after a little more rest

    A travel blog entry by lkjr77 on Jul 31, 2008

    Alright, We got some rest, a plan together, and out the door to a bright new day. Plan was to hit the Willow Tea Room for breakfast, Queen Cross Church, and the House for an Art Lover; all Macintosh buildings of course. The willow tea rooms were projects he was commissioned for by a lady named Kate Cranston. She was a little to do in the town and created the tea rooms as 2 things; a place for women to go without a chaperon and a place for men to ...