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Inns in Renfrew

Ferry Inn
Clyde Street
Renfrew
Glasgow

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The Ferry Inn is located on the south bank of the River Clyde beside the famous Renfrew Ferry. Open 7 days a week, offering a warm and friendly welcome to all.Steeped in history, this traditional Inn has something to offer everyone. We offer an extensive range of beers, wines & spirits in our friendly bar, or in the lounge area where children are welcome. We have a wide selection of bar meals available throughout the day or if you prefer fine dining, our A La Carte restaurant, The Upper Deck, is for you. We have 3 well appointed large comfortable en-suite rooms that will suit business travelers as well as couples and families looking for a city or touring break. We offer very competitive rates. We are situated only 5 minutes from the M8 motorway giving you easy access to Glasgow city centre, famed for its cultural heritage, museums and shopping. We are also within walking distance of the Braehead/Xscape complexes which includes a large shopping mall, ice skating, a concert arena, a cinema and a new indoor ski slope. Travelling in the opposite direction will lead you to Glasgow International airport, which is only 5 minutes away by car, and the Erskine Bridge which will take you over the River Clyde to the beautiful and picturesque Loch Lomond and bring you to the A82, leading to the Highlands of Scotland

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