Imagine your own home in Glasgow's West End. Coming in from a quiet, tree-lined street, you enter a peaceful space where you can relax, unwind, and plan your adventures in the city. 44 Edgehill is a luxurious, 1-bedroom flat with high ceilings, elegant decor, and all of the comforts you'll need, whether you're staying for business or pleasure, for 1 day or 1 week. Kick off your shoes and come into the spacious living room with its luxe Laura Ashley furnishings, hand-framed Mackintosh print, flat-screen TV, and stunning outlooks. Cook up a feast in the vast dining kitchen, or just curl up with the cafetiere, some complimentary Tunnocks' teacakes, and a book from our Glaswegian mini-library. At the end of the day, unwind in the sumptuous bedroom, or take advantage of 44 Edgehill's great transport links and head into the city for some fun. Join us at 44 Edgehill, your home in Glasgow's West End.
44 Edgehill: welcome to Glasgow!: Glasgow is a city with a fascinating history, a vibrant present, and an exciting future. There is something for everyone to see and do, whether you are with us for a day, a week, or longer. A full dossier of local information awaits you at 44 Edgehill, but we hope you'll also ask us if we can help to plan your itinerary or suggest activities of any kind. We pride ourselves on our personalised service, and we always aim to please.
The West End of Glasgow is particularly noted for its bohemian style, academic heritage, and cosmopolitan night-life. Eclectic boutiques rub shoulders with fine restaurants, lively pubs, and quirky shops, while the University of Glasgow and its Gothic spires look proudly on. Other attractions in the West End include foodie Finnieston, the Botanic Gardens with its glasshouses and children's play park, the recently renovated and eminently browsable Kelvin-Grove Art Galleries and Museum, Kelvin Hall (scene of many great sporting events in Glasgow's history), and the SECC.
Glasgow City Centre is just a short hop by bus, train, or taxi from 44 Edgehill, and there's so much more for you to explore. If it's retail therapy you're after, then look no further than Buchanan Street and the elegant Princes Square shopping centre. Foodies can head to the Farmers' Markets dotted around town, check out the latest pop-up bar and street food in Finnieston, or sample the delights prepared by some of Scotland's finest chefs at Rogano, the Ubiquitous Chip, and the like. Sports fans will be in football heaven at the national Scottish Football Museum by Hampden Park, or while you're in town, you might be lucky enough to catch a famous 'Old Firm' match at Ibrox or Parkhead.
Guests with small children will be spoiled for choice in Glasgow: explore one of the city's many parks, see what life was like for Glaswegian kids of yore at the Scotland Street School Museum, walk with dinosaurs at the Kelvin-Grove, spot some Highland 'coos' in Pollok Park, or pass a rainy afternoon inside at a soft play centre. Ask us for tips -- we've got kids of our own!