The proprietor is a really pleasant lady who wants to please. But be aware this is a 'small hotel' as distinct from a 'friendly B&B that welcomes you with tea and cake'.
The rooms are wonderfully large Victorian high ceiling jobs. The downside is that a very busy dual carriageway runs twenty metres or so in front of the hotel (you are sheltered by trees) and so you either have your windows firmly closed or suffer all-night traffic noise. Also the lime trees outside the hotel will drip on your car and leave it sticky.
We thought that this was near to the university and so there would be bistros etc for your evening meal. It's far from being the worst neighbourhood in Glasgow. It is tree lined and pleasant, but eateries are like hen's teeth.
Breakfast was standard and fine. But why oh why do we have to endure Jimmy Shand and His Band playing reels on an old sound system at Scottish breakfasts?
We came away thinking it was a bit tired and dark and slightly depressing. There wasn't any sparkle. It was just a good standard B&B at a reasonable price and certainly nothing to put you off, but nothing to attract us back either.More
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