Nestled in the semi-rural location of Eaglesham, the Best western Glasgow South Eglinton Arms Hotel has been a landmark building since the mid-18th Century, formerly a coaching inn in days gone by. The first conservation village in Scotland, and ideal for a quiet and relaxing break away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
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We are only eight miles from the city of Glasgow, where you can visit the many wonders of this city of architecture and enjoy the excellent shopping facilities, many of which are undercover with good parking. Visit little Italy where you will find a select range of boutique shops and restaurants situated in the merchant city area of Glasgow. We are only 20 miles from the world famous Turnberry Golf Course, where many golf opens are often hosted. Scotland's national stadium 'Hampden Park' is six miles away, where major sport events and concerts are held on a regular basis. Enjoy your stay.
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No pets allowed
I recently joined 9 friends for afternoon tea and we were all very impressed! Good food, great service (with bottomless tea and coffee pots!) Lovely ambience, friendly atmosphere. Highly recommended...
Glasgow on 18-Jun-2018
Please be aware that you should NOT park in the Manager’s personal Car Park space which is situated on the pavement at the footpath entrance to the village green .
If you do the consequences are...
uk on 17-Jun-2018
What can we say a fab time had again. Arrived fri pm in time for afternoon tea to a warm welcome . First room we were given we weren't impressed as it had an awful smell so we returned to reception...
cumbria on 09-Jun-2018
From the moment we arrived this hotel gives off a good vibe Allthe staff were extremely friendly and helpful the chambermaid the delightful lady who served us a lovely breakfast to the young man at...
Dumfries and Galloway, United Kingdom on 09-Jun-2018
Our room was beautifully decorated and had everything we needed. Only a couple of minor points. Our shower gave only cold water after the first shower. When we pointed this out to the receptionist...