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Glasgow Botanic Gardens
The Glasgow Botanic Gardens have been designed, nurtured, and cared for with locals and visitors to enjoy. Step into this oasis in the city and enjoy its relaxing nature trails, gardens, and events. Free entry.

Bellahouston Park

Bellahouston Park
169 acres of elegance with any number of facilities including a walled garden, sunken garden, maze, sculptures, and tennis courts. There is so much more in Bellahouston Park to discover, even Glasgow Ski Centre!

Kelvingrove Park

Kelvingrove Park
Our beloved Kelvingrove Park is a stunning space located right beside the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and sits on an 85-acre site. Constantly in use due to the number of festivals it hosts, its design and setting makes it somewhere special to visit.

Queens Park

Queens Park
A quality green space and park in Glasgow, it is well visited and busy all year round. Lots of recreational and sports activities are available to enjoy including a boat pond, manicured lawns, tennis courts and a skatepark. An ideal place to picnic when the weather allows.

The Kelpies

The Kelpies
It may be a cliché but if there is one day trip from Glasgow that we recommend it’s a trip to The Kelpies. At 100ft tall, The Kelpies are the tallest equine sculptures in the world and an astonishing sight. Selfies at the Kelpies are waiting to be shared.

Glasgow Green

Glasgow Green
Appreciating the older and finer things in life is important. Glasgow Green is a wonderful amenity and green space where people gather to relax, have fun and just be. One of Glasgow’s oldest parks it covers 136 acres and is well known for hosting several events throughout the year.

Calderglen Country Park

Calderglen Country Park
A delightful country park where you and the family can enjoy local wildlife and make special memories in the surroundings of a children’s zoo. The courtyard café offers a fine range of snacks to keep everyone hydrated and happy. Admission fees are very reasonable.

Rouken Glen Park

Rouken Glen Park
Merely six miles south of Glasgow’s urban heart lies Rouken Glen Park, a sprawling 143-acre haven steeped in history dating back to the 16th century. This park provides a plethora of amenities designed to allow you to escape the stresses of life, including sports facilities such as a skate park and tennis courts, tranquil walled gardens, enticing food trucks, and scenic picnic spots, ensuring a thoroughly enjoyable day in nature.



Guided tours of the Necropolis are very much in demand at the 37-acre cemetery in the Glasgow. Early booking is key to getting the dates that you are looking for. Learn and discover surprising facts and history of the Necropolis and its 50,000 people at rest there.

Bike Tours in Glasgow

Bike Tours in Glasgow
E-Bikes and push bikes, hop on whichever you wish as you pedal through the streets and alleyways of Glasgow. Your local guide will lead the way as you weave through the streets at a pace that suits. For more information and routes available to book, just click on the link.

Hop- on Hop- off tours

Hop- on Hop- off tours
The big advantage of taking a Hop on Hop off city tours is the fact that you can do it at your tempo. There is no one to usher you around building after building or hurry you along as you find something that catches your interest. Readily available you can get on board at any stop and tickets are from £15 per person.

Walking Tours in Glasgow

Walking Tours in Glasgow
Stroll through the streets of Glasgow and absorb its history beauty and atmosphere on foot. There are so many walking tours to choose from, each with its own style. The tour guides know the city so well and you’ll be hypnotised by the banter.


Haggs Castle Golf Club

Haggs Castle Golf Club
When you reach Haggs Castle Golf Club, you step into the heart of parkland surrounded by the beauty of Pollok Country Park. For more than 100 years, this course has been a source of challenges and pleasure for the golfing community. Having hosted European Events with notable players like Bernard Langer and Ken Brown, it proudly holds its place as one of Glasgow’s finest courses. Just a short 10-minute drive from the West End of Glasgow adds to its accessibility.

Cathcart Castle Golf Course

Cathcart Castle Golf Club
Cathcart Castle, open year round, provides excellent golfing facilities. Located between Clarkston and Whitecraigs, it boasts a coveted position on Glasgow’s south side. If you’re looking for a challenging course, this is an excellent option, offering par 3 opportunities on six holes. Visitors are invited from Monday to Friday, with golf and catering packages starting at £47.50 per person.

Sandyhills Golf Club

Sandyhills Golf Club
A mere ten-minute drive from Glasgow’s centre on the eastern side you’ll find Sandyhills Golf Club, a popular destination near Mount Vernon that caters to golfers of varying expertise. Before or after a game, guests can indulge in a relaxing experience at the spacious clubhouse, appreciating the scenic course view while enjoying refreshments. Prior arrangements for a tee time are recommended by contacting the club in advance.

Cowglen Golf Club

Cowglen Golf Club
Established in 1906, the Glasgow-based golf course underwent a major overhaul in 1994 and boasts magnificent vistas of Glasgow. Whatever your proficiency level is at golf, you’ll enjoy the course where groups and individuals are welcome. Contact the course beforehand for information on prices and availability. You can find the club situated at 301 Barrhead Road, Glasgow.

Dundonald Links in Ayrshire

Dundonald Links
Experience luxury on the greens at Dundonald Links in Ayrshire, just a day trip away from Glasgow. Immerse yourself in the beauty of this stunning course with its generous fairways and a par 74 layout. Following a £25 million development plan in 2019, it has become a premier destination, hailed as a “must-play” for visitors exploring Glasgow and Ayrshire. Unwind in the opulent clubhouse, a perfect spot for relaxation and dining. Secure your tee time online for either a 9 or 18-hole game.


Topgolf Glasgow
Rain, hail, or snow won’t hinder your golf experience at Topgolf, a weatherproof, high-tech venue boasting year-round play and practice on three floors with 70 all-weather hitting bays. Complimentary clubs are provided with your booking, and the bar and restaurant facilities make it an excellent option for an entertaining day or night out. Found in Rutherglen, Glasgow, please be aware of the 2-hour playtime limit. Ideal for groups of all sizes.

Bishopbriggs Golf Club

The Bishopbriggs Golf Club
With its stunning, landscaped setting, Bishopbriggs Golf Club is a welcoming local destination, priding itself on being family friendly. Visitors can make use of the warm-up area near the first tee and well-appointed male and female changing rooms. The club offers affordable rates for individuals and groups, and guests are encouraged to book tee times online in advance for added convenience.

Golf It

Golf IT
Head over to a golf destination where golf enthusiasts and novices can unite and relish in the variety of activities on offer. Here, you’ll find a fantastic chance to engage in both golf and the increasingly beloved game of padel. Whether you opt for a round on the 9-hole course or prefer to refine your skills at the driving range, the possibilities are endless. Alternatively, delve into the exhilarating world of padel, one of Europe’s fastest-growing sports. Situated just a brief 10-minute drive away on Cumbernauld Road from our property.

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