Welcome to your home from home in a one of the friendliest neighbourhoods in Glasgow, next to train station, 6min train to Glasgow Central. Then explore our fantastic city or take 45min train to Edinburgh if you are visiting the Edinburgh Fringe!
We have lovely cafes, friendly bars, restaurants, supermarket, pharmacy and parks within walking distance. 2mins from motorway with free on street parking. Our place is perfect for couples, solo adventurers, business travellers and families of 3.
Our Apartment is on the 2nd floor of a 2 storey Traditional Victorian Tenement, built around 1890. The space will impress you with its quirky and authentic character throughout. High ceilings, original windows, wooden floors and a massive bathroom where you can have relaxing bubblebaths. We offer a contemporary kitchen with dining area, lounge with window seating area, original fireplace and a large, very comfortable couch converted into sofa bed. It's perfect for one but also comfortable for two. Let us know if you plan to use it and we can leave out bedding (we have a duvet, pillows and sheets for you to use).
All of this along with a separate peaceful bedroom with double bed will certainly give you the feeling of home away from home.
The apartment is yours for the duration of your stay. You can also access the Garden Area (weather permitting) and relax or dine al fresco.
Interaction with guests
Please do not hesitate to contact me during your stay if you need anything, I am happy to give you tips and recommendations!
- No parties and please look after our place as you would your own. We love our flat and hope you do too.
- Please do not smoke inside the flat.
- We have great neighbours, please help to preserve this relationship by avoiding loud music. Please also try to keep noise down in the stairwell at night. Thanks!
- Make sure you have a great stay in Glasgow!
Really enjoy meeting new people and had some brilliant airbnb experiences so far, so much more than just staying in a hotel. Use airbnb for personal holidays and work travel, always first port of call now before looking at hotels.
I would say I'm pretty easy going and friendly, I really respect people who are prepared to open their doors to a stranger and I will of course in return respect your property and your private space or any house rules.
I've met some lovely people through airbnb, all of whom I would recommend their place to someone else.