Ashtree House Hotel

Address: 9 Orr Square, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland, PA1 2DL, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 9 Orr Square, Paisley, is near Buchanan Street, Xscape Braehead, Paisley Abbey, and Pollok House.
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    Travel Blogs from Paisley

    Departure day

    A travel blog entry by mattydc1 on Aug 18, 2014

    1 photo

    This week for the first time, in what feels like ever, people were nice to me. Receiving messages from old friends, support and messages of good will. tears, from family members. I genuinely wish everyone was just saying "right, F*** off, I'll see you in a year" then I maybe won't feel like here is home, in the end of the day, here will always be my home. But for the next 9 months my home is a small bag that sits uncomfortably on my back. Ive finally manned up. ...

    Day 6 - what day of the week is it?

    A travel blog entry by kieranwhelan on May 27, 2013

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... br>

    Whilst at the cafe a couple enquired what I was doing and on hearing said they would sponsor me so I gave them my name etc. Aren’t people wonderful (statement not a question).

    OK off to Kilcreggan via Long Loch, couple of climbs, few twisty bits and still Odin ignored my pleas. Got to Kilcreggan, checked ferry times and found I had enough time for lunch at the Cafe there. All was fine and first time I have drunk out of ...

    The museum of hodge podginess

    A travel blog entry by hobgoblins5 on May 24, 2013

    7 comments, 114 photos

    ... Boys, a series of Impressionist artists from Glasgow who were highly important in the art scene in the late 1800s. Several pictures were nice, but none caught my eye until the Anna Pavlova. It first caught my eye because of the fire in the girls scarf. The reds and the oranges, complimented with the blues of the shadows and cream of the girls body, plus the scale of the painting itself, almost took my breath away. And then her name, Anna Pavlova stood out to me because ...

    Edinburgh to Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by fitchett on Apr 29, 2012

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... egg and the greasy sausages.

    We met up with Ben and Cushla at 10.00am and decided to walk up the hill to find Greyfriars Bobby. We found the statue of this skye terrier dog and then went across to the cemetery where his master had been buried. Grey Friars Bobby had been so devastated by his master, John Gray's death, that he used to sneak into the cemetery by crawling under the cemetery gates and guarded his ...

    Holiday Adventures

    A travel blog entry by gennalex on Dec 22, 2010

    2 comments, 88 photos

    ... but wandering around in a giant grave yard at night was pretty special, and once we got to the top we could over look the entire city. Eventually we (Alex) started to feel cold, and disappointed with the lack of zombies to fight we left to catch our train back to the shopping centre of the city.

    We were met with another surprise when we got off the train and found ourselves in the middle of a Christmas Fair. We went on the swing ride and got ...