A Bed and Breakfast in Glasgow and Around
Finglen House, home to Sabrina and Douglas Campbell and their family for the past eighteen years, nestles at the foot of the spectacular Campsie Hills just 30 minutes to the north of Glasgow, 30 minutes from Stirling and 50 minutes from Edinburgh. Finglen enjoys an idyllic setting bordered on one side by the Fin Burn, home to herons, dippers. grey wagtail and mallard, and on the other by mature woodland. The beautiful eight acre garden and woodland gives a feeling of complete seclusion, rare for a property so close to Glasgow. You can walk from the back door onto open hills for up to eight hours or cycle from the end of the drive on dedicated cycle tracks to Edinburgh or Glasgow. The Accommodation comprises a lovely double bedroom with en suite bathroom both overlooking the Campsie Hills and another Double bedroom with adjoining private bathroom again overlooking the Campsie Hills and Garden. You are welcome to relax in the sitting room where you will find newspapers, magazines television and a log fire.
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- 2 x Double
- Dogs welcome by arrangement
- Guests get own house keys
- Luggage Storage
- Parking on site
- Sitting Room
- Continental Breakfast
- Full Cooked Breakfast
- Check-in between: 09:00h and 23:00h.
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Glasgow and Around
Glasgow is a sprawling cosmopolitan city that was much bombed in the Second World War but has brazenly added many impressive modern buildings in between the gaps of the Victorian heart. Glasgow is considered to be the friendliest of Britain's large cities and is often described as European in character; for the diversity of its architecture, the accessibility of its art, and for the optimism and openness of its people. There is much to find in Glasgow as befits an ex-European City of Culture. There are more than 70 parks, from Glasgow Green in the East End to Kelvingrove Park in the West End.