The Millers Guesthouse

Address: Formakin, Bishopton, Renfrewshire, Scotland, PA7 5NX, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Formakin, Bishopton, is near Paisley Abbey, Clydebank Titan, Coats Observatory, and Scottish Maritime Museum.
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      The best laid plans of mice...

      A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Nov 03, 2014

      14 photos

      ... which I obliged). Was slightly freaked out by the number of school groups that came through (thought I'd left all that behind). It was term break last week so saw lots of kids, just not in 'packs' like this. Great place to visit. - Right behind the museum was the Glenlee Tall Ship. Built in 1896 it had a mixed history as a cargo transport, training ship for Spanish sailors and finally rebought by Glasgow as an attraction. Had engines put in somewhere along ...

      World Championships Competition

      A travel blog entry by lostinscotland on Aug 16, 2014

      5 photos

      ... at the event was food. Well that is to say, the food that was there was more or less inedible. I paid for three separate lunches that all ended up in the bin. This was after queuing for ages for the privilege of paying for and NOT eating the food.

      I wanted a bacon roll to start with - but by the time I got to the front of the queue, there was no more bacon. That's ok, says I, I'll have the roast beef roll, that was sold out too. So I ended up with a ...

      Doune Day 5

      A travel blog entry by cdonaldson on Jun 06, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... a photograph of him with Jane and me, we left, going back into the lane way. I was surprised to see Tim standing holding a tea tray, with a lost impression on his face. Apparently Jean had made tea for us and told him to go into her garden to find a seat. Although the gardens are narrow, they are veeerry long (the miners would have grown their own fruit and vegetables and probably kept chickens). Jean's garden was fascinating, with paths, seats and lawns all hidden ...


      A travel blog entry by rozzij on Sep 02, 2013

      4 photos

      ... Pecan Fool which was divine and totally non fattening. The dessert is the winner of the trip so far. Breakfast was good. These big hotels are beautiful and roomy but no free Wifi in rooms. The tiny hotels in Wick & Skye had free Wifi in our rooms and they're in out of the way places. A negative for the Marriott was the pubic hairs in our bath and some rubbish under our bed - only found that when we dropped something on the floor and it caught our eye when picking the item ...

      McGregor Despite Them

      A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jan 08, 2013

      1 comment, 35 photos

      ... in 1702.
      Although now in his early twenties, Rob concentrated on the family business with his brother - cattle rearing with a wee bit of reiving (stealing) thrown in which was fairly normal practice in the Highlands. During this time his business aptitude was growing, as was his political knowledge and he became fairly respected as a businessman, well known throughout Scotland with respectable holdings in Inversnaid and Graigrostan. Some say ...