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B and Bs in Glasgow

Avenue End Bed & Breakfast
21 West Avenue
Glasgow
Glasgow

G33 6ES | View map
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Ours is a modern self built family home situated in a quiet tree lined lane just off of the A80 Cumbernauld Road in Stepps, Glasgow.

We offer bed and breakfast accommodation using 3 bedrooms and a fully functional and modern self catering flat.

All rooms have colour TV, radio/alarm, compliments tray, hair dryer, fridge, iron and microwave.

We offer affordable bed and breakfast accommodation in the immediate outskirts of Glasgow: European City of Culture 1990. The B & B provides an idyllic rural location, benefiting either a short stay or weekend break for people visiting Glasgow and its surrounding areas. Visitors can easily travel via car, taxi, bus or train to many of cities' main attractions, night life and shopping districts.

Details

Number of Rooms: 3
Number Ensuite: 3

Price per Person

Double: £45-£60
Twin: £45
Single: £25
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