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15 Woodside Place, Glasgow G3 7QL Scotland
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#2 of 44 B&Bs / Inns in Glasgow
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Luxurious boutique style bed and breakfast in Victorian terraced house with enchanting original features. Each bedroom is a individual - all rooms with Scottish themes, superking beds and large modern en-suites. Homey but classy.
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Charlotte S wrote a review Jun 2022
Preston, United Kingdom4 contributions
After a rough day where we had a lot going wrong for us, our stay at Lorraine's was our trips saviour. We were surprised by the quality of the house, the rooms, the cleanliness, and the service. When we first read about the 'no-shoes' rule we were slightly sceptical, having stayed at some questionable Airbnbs. However, it is clear Lorraine is simply proud of her house and wants to maintain its good image - understandably so! Lorraine is an excellent host, she was so amenable and provided everything you could've asked for on arrival. We are a young couple, and were out late into the night at a gig, but there were no issues with us coming in and out of the house as we pleased. The rooms are spacious, bright and the beds are so comfortable. The whole trip felt grand and professional, whilst also providing homely and comforting touches. The breakfast was delicious, and delivered to your door so you can enjoy in your pyjamas - as we did! We found ourselves wishing we had booked an extra nights stay. Lorraine also helped us to navigate our way around Glasgow, providing us with advice on where to visit and a map so we could find our way. The house is in a convenient position, with an easy walk to the museum and botanical gardens, which are well worth a visit. All in all, thank you Lorraine for a wonderful stay and we are looking forward to being able to come back.
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Date of stay: June 2022
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Room Tip: Our room was "Thistle" which was quiet, peaceful and spacious.
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DrGilds wrote a review Jan 2022
London, United Kingdom45 contributions286 helpful votes
Great location, great décor and design, good value for money with good breakfast, very clean with good amenities. High attention to detail with ever-present host. Be prepared to leave your shoes at the door!
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Date of stay: December 2021
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adamcheersbye wrote a review Oct 2021
Edinburgh, United Kingdom60 contributions22 helpful votes
Sorry Lorraine, but I don't think this was for us. At the outset, we found the "no-shoes" rule a bit of a faff and weren't fans of the breakfast. Granted, I didn't eat mine on the second morning (due to a self-inflicted hangover!), but I did on the first and we found it to be rather small. I don't drink coffee so asked for an extra fruit juice instead, an ask that seemed to irk Lorraine. I am not sure why, because I don't think that it is an unreasonable request when paying £150+ to say in a B&B. Anyway, she said yes, but it never arrived, so I am not sure if she forgot or just changed her mind! It all highlights the downside of having breakfast in the room, which means these things can't be resolved - similarly, we did not have enough ketchup for two of us so our bacon and eggs were without sauce. Again, these are small bugbears but they really shouldn't happen when paying such a premium price. In terms of service, breakfast was delivered to the room by (I guess) Lorraine's son who looked at us blankly and said nothing. It was all a bit surreal! On the plus side, everything else was superb so maybe it was just that our personalities didn't click. We are a young(ish!) gay couple and found Lorraine to be a bit like a school teacher, maybe she would have been more comfortable with an older couple. Finally, I also need to apologise for a mistake at our side - because we mixed up our dates and arrived 7 days early. Lorraine was frustrated, understandably so, but I tried to say sorry several times. Unfortunately these things happen, and it was frustrating for all of us. I hope that my mistake provided the opportunity for the room to be sold again the following weekend!
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Date of stay: October 2021
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Maggie C wrote a review Oct 2021
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We stayed for four nights. Perfect location for walking into the city centre and exploring Kelvingrove nd the west end. Easy links to both the subway and overground. The property is part of a classic Georgian terrace overlooking a shared garden. Inside it is immaculately clean and our host Lorraine was professional and discrete. The property gives you the privacy of a hotel, but with the comfort of home. Due to Covid, breakfast is room service, which needs to be booked the day before. Good quality produce and well presented. I would recommend this property and will be booking again for my next trip to Glasgow.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: If driving, there are 3 parking spaces at the back of the property.
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FromGB wrote a review Aug 2021
240 contributions191 helpful votes
15 Glasgow totally deserves the excellent reviews it has been receiving. We stayed in July and stayed in a lovely large room overlooking the square. It was very well appointed and furnished. Lorraine is very welcoming and helpful and fastidious regarding hygiene and covid precautions. She was also very accommodating regarding our early departure on our last day. Breakfasts were excellent. The location of the hotel is central and great for walking around the city. No hesitation in recommmending and would definitely stay here again.
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Date of stay: July 2021
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Carl B wrote a review Aug 2021
Liverpool, United Kingdom5 contributions8 helpful votes
We loved everything about this stay! We booked last minute and managed to get the last remaining room, The Thistle Room. It was very well decorated, a huge space with a massive comfy bed, and 2 seperate en-suite rooms, one for the toilet and one for the shower. The room had original feature Georgian sash windows and wooden shutters. As well as this, the in room facilities were great; a range of teas & coffee, little chocolate snacks each day, hairdryer, mirrors etc. Lorraine was a lovely welcoming host, keen to give us all the info we’d need for the local area and a map. Breakfast was fabulous; we chose on check in from the menu. Everything was freshly prepared and brought to our room at the time we requested. Overall we couldn’t fault our stay, the only thing we’d hope for next time is for one of the fabulous suite rooms to be available so we can enjoy more of this amazing house! We’ll definitely be back 🙌🏻
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Lepi68 wrote a review Jun 2021
Winchester, United Kingdom126 contributions91 helpful votes
We enjoyed a three night stay in the Charles Rennie Mackintosh room at the front of this rather grand b&b. One of the biggest beds we have stayed in and almost certainly the biggest single room. Lots of nice CRM-themed features. The house overlooks a small park and is very quiet for such a central location. It's also very convenient for the Kelvingrove Museum. Lorraine is a very good host who has a warm welcome and serves an excellent breakfast. The breakfast is delivered to your room which works surprisingly well. Best of all, she is a great source of recommendations for excellent local restaurants. Ask her about the Italian round the corner.....superb!
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Parking spaces x2 at rear.
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adamdavies2014 wrote a review May 2021
Cambridge, United Kingdom5 contributions11 helpful votes
Lovely B&B! Great period property with huge room and comfy bed. Good choice of well-cooked breakfasts, friendly host and great location in Glasgow’s Parks District. Free parking. Lovely few nights and would stay again. Would also recommend the nearby Drake pub for dinner or drinks
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Date of stay: March 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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jill5302016 wrote a review Oct 2020
Essex, United Kingdom103 contributions65 helpful votes
We stayed here for three nights in CRM room and our daughter was in Thistle room. Both are spacious and beautifully decorated, with good supplies. Our bathroom, also well supplied, had underfloor heating which was wonderful. The house is opposite private gardens, close to Kelvingrove Park, and within walking distance of Kelvingrove Museum, the Science Museum and Riverside Museum. We didn’t want to go shopping, so can’t discuss proximity to major shopping areas. There is private off road parking and overall it’s a lovely place to stay. Breakfast is served in your room, I’m not sure if that’s usual or just due to Covid and there’s a good choice on the menu. Supplies can also be found in the fridge in the sitting room. The owner is very helpful with local information and places to visit. We had a good stay here and would be happy to com back especially if something resembling normality ever returns!
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Andrew S wrote a review Sep 2020
Worcester, United Kingdom6 contributions12 helpful votes
Despite the challenges presented by the Coronavirus, we had an excellent short stay, in lovely accommodation in a very convenient location. Lorraine couldn't have been more helpful and the porridge was top notch.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Frequently Asked Questions about 15Glasgow
Which popular attractions are close to 15Glasgow?
Nearby attractions include eeek! Escape Rooms (0.2 km), The Tenement House (0.4 km), and Bon Accord (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at 15Glasgow?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at 15Glasgow?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at 15Glasgow?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
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Conveniently located restaurants include The Pedlar & Spice, Horn Please, and Non Viet.
Are there any historical sites close to 15Glasgow?
Many travellers enjoy visiting House for an Art Lover (3.3 km), The Mackintosh House (1.1 km), and The Tenement House (0.4 km).