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    A Hidden Gem in the heart of Glasgow

    Just minutes from the bustling city centre, we serve true Scottish fayre with a twist.

The National Piping Centre exists to promote the study of the music and history of the Highland Bagpipe.
Patron HRH The Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay, KG, KT, GCB.
Founders: Sir Brian Ivory, CBE, FRSE - Lady Ivory, DL - Sandy Grant Gordon, CBE.    Read More

The Pipers’ Tryst Restaurant

The Pipers’ Tryst is a hidden gem in Glasgow’s restaurant scene. Located in the heart of Glasgow’s music and theatre locale this little restaurant offers delicious food coupled with excellent Scottish hospitality.

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The National Piping Centre has a reputation for excellence and it is no different when it comes to traditional Scottish hospitality.  Open daily serving Glaswegians and tourists alike; this cosy restaurant has become a well known home-from-home.

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Opening Times

Day

Breakfast*

Lunch

Dinner

Monday

08.00 – 11.30

12.00 – 14.45

17.00 – 20.30

Tuesday

08.00 – 11.30

12.00 – 14.45

17.00 – 20.30

Wednesday

08.00 – 11.30

12.00 – 14.45

17.00 – 20.30

Thursday

08.00 – 11.30

12.00 – 14.45

17.00 – 20.30

Friday

08.00 – 11.30

12.00 – 14.45

17.00 – 21.00

Saturday

08.00 – 11.30

12.00 – 14.45

17.00 – 21.00

Sunday

08.00 – 10.00

CLOSED

CLOSED

* Residents breakfast from 08.00 – 10.00

All our staff are trained to the Glasgow Welcomes standard.

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If you are planning to visit us, use this free journey planner to see the easiest way to get here! 

Accessibility 

We want all our guests to have the best stay possible. The building is accessible to guests with mobility issues via a lift on the side of the building. This gives access to the main floors within the building. Please call in advance to arrange lift access. There are also accessible toilets on all floors. As an historic building however, there is no lift facility available to our hotel bedrooms, with a flight of shallow stairs.  For more information please read our access statement here.


Environmental Sustainability at The National Piping Centre 

The National Piping Centre is committed to reducing its waste footprint. Recent commitments have included encouraging re-use of towels in oour hotel rooms, installations of more energy-efficient LED lights throughout the building, a zero food waste commitment in our restaurant, recycling of glass, cans, bottles, cardboard and paper across the building. Read our full envionmental sustainability policy here.  

 

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    The National Piping Centre exists to promote the study of the music and history of the Highland Bagpipe.
    Patron HRH The Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay, KG, KT, GCB.
    Founders: Sir Brian Ivory, CBE, FRSE - Lady Ivory, DL - Sandy Grant Gordon, CBE

    Read More

    HRH The Prince Charles,
    Duke of Rothesay, Patron

    with Founders, Sir Brian and Lady Ivory and the Lord Provost Bob Winter on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the Opening of The National Piping Centre.

    Designed and built by Mucky Puddle