Glasgow Lofts are located in a modern building about 200 meters from Sauchiehall Street and the Glasgow School of Art. The building features 20 contemporary apartments with white walls and polished wood furniture. They include wireless internet, flat-screen televisions with DVD players, and irons. All apartments have a kitchen with granite counters, dishwashers, refrigerators, freezers, ovens, washer/dryers, and microwaves.
You can find the Victorian House Hotel (Glasgow, Scotland - Great Britain) in a protected natural area of Glasgow. It is a traditional Victorian house that offers a wide range of accommodation for both families and couples. Thanks to its central location, you can visit the most popular tourist attractions in Glasgow during your stay, such as the Royal Concert Hall and the King's Theatre, bars, cafes and cosmopolitan restaurants. This three star hotel has 63 rooms.
The Cottage Restaurant is a small restaurant situated on the ground floor of a typical house in Inveraray. It is next to a church, in the heart of the village. We went to eat there basically because all the restaurants of the town we looked expensive for what they offered. Scotland is generally much cheaper than England, but as Inveraray is a slightly touristy town most restaurants take advantage of the short season of good weather. We ordered a fish and chip's that was served with tea. Fish was classic, although nothing special, but for an alright price. We also tried a stuffed potato, roasted in the oven with Haggis. The haggis is a Scottish national dish, a sheep lung filled with guts and grass. It is much better than it looks, I assure you! And I recommend to try the sausage roll, which was a strange bread with a flat square sausage and I admit it wasn´t very good. The lunch came out to a bit less than 15 pounds for two people at noon. There aren´t a lot of tables and it was completely packed but the service was quick and quite good to be honest.