Special 5 bed stone detached villa, sleeps max 11 with all mod cons and recently renovated. In quiet residential area but only 5 mins to city with good transport links to the city and further. A truly comfortable house to experience life in Scotland.
This unique, traditional, Victorian blond sandstone detached villa with a plethora of period and reproduction features. It has 5 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 11 guests comfortably. The house has recently been carefully modernised and upgraded and is well equipped throughout. There are fine examples of stained glass windows throughout the house. This is a great base from which to enjoy Glasgow and other parts of Scotland and ideal for an extra special stay.
On the ground floor there is a large entrance hallway, drawing room, TV room, shower room, kitchen, dining room and utility room. Mid landing there is a shower room and Jacuzzi bathroom, on the first floor there are 5 bedrooms. It is a home from home and quiet however only 5 minutes drive from the city centre. This self catering detached home will cater for all your needs in a quiet, residential, safe and comfortable environment. Downstairs sleeping accommodation for the elderly or infirm can be arranged. The house boasts many original features including large windows, high ceilings, cornicing and wood panelling.
Out and About
A 3 minute walk takes you to the local train station where you can catch a train into Glasgow city centre. There are also local buses from the main road. The house is a 15 minute drive from Glasgow airport and a one hour drive from Gleneagles Golf course.
Nearby you will find many interesting places to visit such as Bellahouston Park with a sports centre and swimming pool, ski and snowboard centre; Haggs Castle Golf Club; Charles Rennie Mackintosh ‘House for An Art Lover’; Dumbreck Equestrian Centre; Pollok Country Park with the Burrell Collection and Pollok house and gardens and Ibrox football stadium. When in Glasgow why not visit places of renown such as Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and the European Museum of the Year Riverside Museum of Transport. And if eating out is your thing, then there are many excellent restaurants in the city.
From the house it is easy to visit Edinburgh, Stirling, Loch Lomond and other attractions. Scotland is also well known for its museums and castles which include Edinburgh and Stirling castles; and in Glasgow the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and museum and the Museum of Transport. There are also several whisky distilleries nearby.
|Airdbreck||£1,950 Per unit per week|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
Weekend package 3 nights - Friday to Monday from £1050 or mid week 4 nights - Monday to Thursday £1300.