Glasgow is home to some of Scotland's finest cultural attractions. In addition to fabulous shopping and dining options, there are plenty of super dog-friendly places to stay in Glasgow, making it a superb destination for a pet-friendly holiday.
- Forest Cottages, ScotlandSet in a most fantastic location with uninterrupted views over the field to the shore of Loch Lomond and the mountains and forest beyond. Clarinnes Cottage is the perfect location for couples and families to revel in the ambience and warmth of this remarkable detached cottage. Extended and refurbished in 2021 to an excellent standard throughout, guests will find a welcoming and bright home with ample space for all to enjoy.
On the ground floor the spacious and airy open plan living area boasts a wood burner and plenty of comfortable seating, a cosy spot to relax. The kitchen is well equipped with contemporary appliances for preparing a family meal and a dining table. Patio doors offer lovely views and lead to the decking and hot tub. The generous master bed room is attractively presented with an en-suite shower room and has a patio leading on to a decking and is ideal for guests who are less mobile. There is also a family bathroom. The first floor has two further bedrooms each with great views down to the loch and across the countryside. Stepping out onto the decking and garden it is perfect for al fresco meals or watching the wild birds and sometimes a red squirrel, or unwinding in the hot tub and in the evening, star gazing.
Located in the heart of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park on the shore of Loch Lomond there are lots of tracks and foot paths as well as cycle tracks from your front door. The West Highland Way is easily joined and you can follow part of it along the shore surrounded by breath-taking scenery. Explore the loch on the water with a cruise and visit the many islands or hire your own boat and take a picnic for a day on the water. Ideal for a day out and within easy driving distance, Loch Lomond Shores has a sea life aquarium, water sports, shops, restaurants and regularly hosts events. The cosmopolitan city of Glasgow can be reached in under an hour. The city centre is just packed with places to eat, drink, shop as well as theatres, tourist attractions and historic buildings. Clarinnes Cottages is an ideal location from which to explore one of Scotland’s most picturesque areas, and makes for a relaxing stress free break. Shop 6 miles, pub 5½ miles.£151Price per night from
- Whittingehame Dr, ScotlandThis spacious apartment is situated in Glasgow’s West End in the affluent Jordanhill area and is fantastically situated close to the Botanic gardens and Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, Glasgow is home to some of Scotland’s best cultural attractions from dawn to dusk and into the night, there are a huge range of things to see and do.
You could easily fill your time exploring the different neighbourhoods, and enjoying the amazing shopping, dining and attractions in Glasgow. Explore Glasgow’s music scene on a city walking tour or uncover countless treasures inside its fantastic museums and art galleries. When it comes to entertainment, events and great days out in Glasgow, over a hundred Glasgow gigs take place every week, and you can also find tickets for theatre, performing arts and sporting tournaments.
If you fancy a day out from the city then Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park is only a short drive with excellent outdoor activities including walking, cycling, fishing, horse riding and pony trekking, and various water sports nearby. Walk a stretch of the famous West Highland Way or tackle a Scottish Munro. There is also easy access to many golf courses including the Loch Lomond championship course.
The Loch Lomond Shores centre offers shopping, restaurants and cafés, and loch cruises and a sea life aquarium. There are various nearby distilleries which offer tours, including the famous Glengoyne Distillery.£96Price per night from
- Milngavie, ScotlandThis renovated and whitewashed attractive cottage sits in the grounds of the beautiful and challenging Milngavie Golf Course. It is tucked in behind the main clubhouse, which is at the end of a private road through a delightful farm and the cottage has dedicated car park spaces for its guests.
The course and therefore the surrounds of the cottage are set in beautiful countryside and woodland which look very much today as it did over 100 hundred years ago. Wi-Fi is available, Hive controlled heating and hot water is provided by an oil based central heating system with radiators in all rooms, easy are available to all guests.
Guests have access to access to the clubhouse and facilities and attractive discounted golf packages to play Milngavie Golf Course. Situated close to the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, and with easy access to Glasgow and Stirling, the cottage is in an ideal location to explore the area. If you enjoy outdoor activities, then you are spoilt for choice with walking, cycling, golf, fishing and water sports all available nearby, alongside the West Highland Way which passes the cottage. Enjoy a cruise on Loch Lomond seeing the breath-taking scenery from the water and discover the islands for stately homes on the shore.
The area has a rich history and the ancient city of Stirling is just 25 miles away with its famous castle, Wallace Monument and Bannockburn Visitor Centre, along with many historic links to people such as Rob Roy Macgregor, William Wallace and Mary Queen of Scots, all of whom had a part to play in the history of this area.
For a day out for all the family and only 6 miles away, Loch Lomond’s shore is well worth a visit with designer shopping, great places to eat, outdoor activities, the Sea Life Aquarium and regular events throughout the year.£111Price per night from