Kilsyth

Kilsyth between Glasgow and Stirling and thus central to Scotland has had its moments in Scottish history – most notably a battle in 1645 – but this is now a quiet dormitory town for Glasgow and Falkirk, with the hills northwards framing it pleasantly... Read More

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Hotels in Kilsyth - 3 places to stay

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Coachman Hotel

Coachman Hotel

Whether visiting this historic town to partake of the multitude of local leisure and pleasure activities; or simply stopping over for a welcome night in the time honoured tradition of the travelers of old; The ... More | visit website

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The Boathouse

The Boathouse

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Just a short distance away from Glasgow and Cumbernauld and only a stroll away from Kilsyth, lies a sanctuary a million miles from it all.The Boathouse offers 10 luxurious bedrooms ... More

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Glazert Country House Hotel (0.17 miles)

Glazert Country House Hotel

Set in mature gardens bordering the River Glazert, we are a privately owned hotel striving to provide and maintain a very high standard of food, service and facilities.
All bedrooms are en-suite and tastefully furnished, with ... More | visit website

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Innkeepers Lodge (2.78 miles)

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Westerwood (The) (3.12 miles)

Westerwood (The)

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Having just completed a £14 million refurbishment, The Westerwood Hotel & Golf Resort is a heady combination of opulent four-star hotel and golfing paradise, a purpose-built hotel which is set ... More

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Premier Inn Glasgow Cumbernauld (3.47 miles)

Premier Inn Glasgow Cumbernauld
For shops and local amenities Glasgow city centre is only 13 miles away. Local attractions include Kingholm rugby ground and Oxstalles tennis centre. Our Glasgow (Cumbernauld) Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in ... More | visit website
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The Brig - Carronbridge Hotel (3.81 miles)

The Brig - Carronbridge Hotel
A traditional Scottish Country Inn, with real coal fires . Carronbridge Hotel - local nickname 'The Brig' , historically a coaching inn , a place for weary travellers situated on what used to be the ... More | visit website
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Glenskirlie House Restaurant (3.94 miles)

Glenskirlie House Restaurant

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Step inside the exquisite world that is Glenskirlie House and Castle. Two separate venues sharing one spectacular location in the heart of Scotland. Savour the ... More

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Castlecary House Hotel (4.26 miles)

Castlecary House Hotel

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Castlecary, centrally located very close to Stirling, Falkirk, and Glasgow, is uniquely placed to cater for all business travel and will also please guests who simply wish to relax and ... More | visit website

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Smiths Hotel (4.72 miles)

Smiths Hotel

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Smiths Hotel is a friendly, family-run hotel in the heart of Kirkintilloch. The hotel offers something for everyone, from contemporary to traditional styles. Choose from one of our 21 en-suite bedrooms which ... More

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Halo Crowwood Hotel (6.08 miles)

Halo Crowwood Hotel

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The Halo Crowwood Hotel is a modern city hotel, situated on the outskirts of Glasgow offering a relaxed out of town atmosphere whilst being only 10 miles from Glasgow city ... More

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Finglen House (6.73 miles)

Finglen House
Finglen House nestles at the foot of the spectacular Campsie Hills just 30 minutes to the north of Glasgow and 30 minutes South of Loch Lomand. It offers two double en suite rooms. It provides ... More | visit website

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