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Ashtree House Hotel
9 Orr Square

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Ashtree House Hotel is set in an oasis of tranquillity in the heart of Paisley’s heritage and entertainment district. Occupying a splendid Listed Regency Georgian Town House with its own private courtyard and walled garden. Ashtree House is located within the Oakshaw conservation area of Paisley. Situated on a hill between Orr Square church and Trinity Church, the hotel offers fine views over the town and its many historical attractions, such as the Abbey, the splendid Victorian town hall and Paisley’s impressive textile mills. Emerging from our front door, you are just a few yards from the High Street, retail and entertainment district, as well as Paisley University, the museum and Art Centre. Here you will find numerous restaurants and traditional pubs such as the famous Bull Inn, renowned for its stained glass windows, its Art Noveau interior, and its wide choice of whisky and fine ales. As you might expect there are dozens of famous golf courses within an hour’s drive of Paisley, including the championship courses at Prestwick (home to the first ever ‘Open’) and Troon.Ashtree House features twelve individually decorated rooms with en-suite facilities, all fitted to the highest modern standards and well equipped.Please Note: We are Non-smoking, Pets by arrangement. Children are welcome. Check-in time: 18:00 Check-out time: 11:00.

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