Indulge in a beautiful golf & spa resort overlooking the river. This Top Secret Hotel is just minutes away from Glasgow airport, and less than a half an hour drive away from the city centre! Previously a baronial mansion, the property has been converted into a stunning golf and spa resort, with beautiful views of the River Clyde and situated in a peaceful woodland area. The property has a number of top-quality facilities for guests to enjoy, to make your trip to Glasgow one of pure luxury!
Rooms are beautifully designed in a contemporary style, and with large comfortable beds facing a large television you’ll be able to relax in style! There is also a gorgeous en-suite bathroom, which is equipped with complimentary toiletries for your convenience. Additional facilities include a turndown service, optional butler service, a well stocked mini bar, and daily housekeeping to make sure you can return from a day out to fresh sheets and a clean room! There is also large wardrobe space for clothes, and a work desk should you need it. The hotel has a Business Centre too, which provides users with presentation equipment, Internet access and conference rooms available for hire.
The property also has some stunning gardens in the surrounding grounds, which also includes a championship standard golf course! There is a fantastic leisure club as well, which has a beautiful indoor heated pool and relaxing spa where you can enjoy a number of treatments and massages.
Just a short drive away from your hotel you can find the wonderful Loch Lomond National Park – one of the finest pieces of Scottish countryside. Covering some 720 square miles, the National Park has a variety of rivers, mountains, forests and woodlands for visitors to explore and enjoy. Loch Lomond is the largest stretch of freshwater in Great Britain, and provides some truly stunning scenery that you won’t want to miss out on seeing for yourself. There are also a number of leisure activities available to enjoy in the grounds, such as using the 17 mile cycle path, as well as the Loch Lomond Golf Club which has previously hosted the Scottish Open tournament. The loch is also used for water sports and attracts visitors from around the UK to try their hand at kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, jet skiing and more! Those who wish to use the loch in a less active manner can enjoy the relaxing cruises from the town of Balloch, which allows you to enjoy the serenity of this beautiful area of Scotland.
Have a wonderful time in stunning Scotland!