Premier Inn Glasgow - Milngavie

Address: 103 Main Street, Milngavie, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Scotland, G62 6JQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the East End area of Milngavie, is near People's Palace and Winter Gardens, Glasgow Green, Glickman's Sweetie Shop, and Templeton's Carpet Factory.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsPremier Inn Glasgow - Milngavie

          Reviewed by nihar.aneri

          Great stay

          Reviewed Sep 12, 2015
          by (1 review) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          Clean, newly refurbished rooms with good location to town and start of WHW route

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Premier Inn Glasgow - Milngavie

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

          Travel Blogs from Milngavie

          And we are off . . .

          A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Jul 30, 2014

          1 comment, 3 photos

          'Where is it then?' We were fully confused, having got up at 6.30am to beat the traffic and arrive in Milngavie in time to hand our bags over. It is not that we needed to take lots of stuff, but as we were leaving our car there and the car boot is tiny we did not want to leave anything on display and what we were taking was way too heavy to carry 100 miles! Yes Milngavie was the start of the ...

          Consider yourself!

          A travel blog entry by craigandrea on Jul 14, 2014

          3 photos

          ... also now a housing estate! The Mains Estate woods are still there, but I believe they are trying to build houses there too. This mustn't happen. Where are the kids going to get their centre pole for the bonfire? Mind you they can't have a bonfire because the dump is now houses anyway! Before I get too melancholy I will ask Andy to finish the blog! OK I guess that's my cue to take over :-) It was fantastic to see Milngavie ...

          104. West Highland Way Race.

          A travel blog entry by sarahbooth on Jun 21, 2014

          54 photos

          104. West Highland Way Race. 95 miles 3993.9 total miles. 4267 m ascent.  3.6 MPH 16.41 minute miles 26:24:29 101/157. 18th lady I walked the West Highland Way many years ago with friends and it's through running friends that I'd heard about the race. I like the idea of running a hundred miler every year so it seemed a perfect choice. Andy has also walked it so we didn't plan to recce it as we know it's well marked but our friend Audrey suggested it was worth doing. ...

          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).
          ...

          Travel Day

          A travel blog entry by dawnc on Aug 19, 2012

          1 comment, 6 photos

          ... for the first year or so of their marriage while he worked as the assistant surgeon at the Coltness ironworks. Their eldest daughter Agnes Fletcher, who lived much of her life in the Middlemarch area and never married, was born there, before they emigrated around 1875. Helen’s two sisters and a brother: Agnes, Margaret (Maggie) and Alex Merrillees, while living at Trotter Bank, wrote letters to their sister in NZ over nearly 20 years from 1870s to ...