Burnside Hotel

Address: East Kilbride Road, Glasgow, Scotland, G73 5EA, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on East Kilbride Road, Glasgow, is near Kelburn Castle and Country Centre, Museum of Scottish Country Life, Windyhill Golf Club, and Busby Equitation Centre.
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