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Halo Crowwood Hotel
Cumbernauld Road
Muirhead
Glasgow

G69 9BS | View map

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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 center and a 25 minute drive from Stirling and the gateway to the Highlands of Scotland. The Halo Crowwood Hotel is a 3 star hotel and provides the ideal base for both leisure and business. The hotels friendly and professional staff will strive to meet your every need, providing you with a truly relaxing and carefree stay in this wonderful hotel. The Halo Crowwood features, FREE WiFi access in all bedrooms and bar/restaurant, 38 En suite bedrooms, Bar & Grill restaurant, Conference and Meeting Rooms, FREE CAR PARKING, Close to Glasgow International Airport and Crowwood Golf Course. If you are looking for a short break in Scotland, a golf or fishing holiday, hill walking or just a relaxing time away from the hustle and bustle of modern life then the Halo Crowwood Hotel is the perfect place to stay. With easy access to the SECC, The Royal Concert Hall, The Pavilion, Theatre Royal, the Glasgow Fort and Glasgow city center to the South, Loch Lomond, Loch Lomond Shores Shopping Center, the Trossacs National Park and the highlands of Scotland to the north and Edinburgh to the east what more could you ask for.

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