This charming double sleeps two comfortably and is in a stylish Edwardian tenement flat in Glasgow's Hyndland - a prime location in the west end. The flat has traditional features and is perfectly situated for access to the bars, restaurants, shops, museums and galleries of the west end and city centre.
The flat was built around 1905 and is typical of the Edwardian period with fireplaces, decorative cornices, high ceilings, sash and case windows and well-proportioned rooms. It has been sympathetically furnished but has all the modern conveniences you would expect, including central heating, permanent hot water, cable television (in living room and kitchen) and wireless internet.
A very sociable cat lives at the property so this space would not be suitable for someone who is allergic to cats or dislikes animals.
Guests will have a private bedroom. They will have access to the bathroom, dining kitchen and living room, all of which are shared with the owner.
Общение с гостями
I live at the property so will be around for some of the time. When not interacting with guests, the cat comes and goes as he pleases through his cat flaps.
Другие важные подробности
The property is on the first floor of the building. There is no lift.
On weekdays, check in is usually after 17:00 but at the weekends there can be more flexibility.
This is a no smoking flat. As this is a tenement building, there is an understanding that you respect others living in the adjacent flats and keep noise to a minimum at night time.
I have lived in Glasgow for over 25 years (I am originally from Liverpool) and am hugely fond of the city. I've been made terrifically welcome here and I will do the same for my guests. I would be delighted to tell you the smartest places to eat and drink and give you an insider view of the very best the city has to offer.
I work in marine energy policy and my interests include photography, cycling, art, design, cinema, sewing (that's a recent one but I'm hooked), music and reading.
I have worked abroad for short periods in France, Italy, Switzerland, Israel and the USA.