The best thing is the staff – very naturally friendly, helpful, relaxed and welcoming. A small hotel and restaurant which is part of the Scottish piping centre – very Scottish, very real Scottish – a charity run for Scottish bagpiping so all for a good cause. Nice old building. Decent food in the restaurant, nice bar – you get offered a whisky on arrival. If you want to avoid corporate Holiday Inn then come here. Rooms and bathroom are of a perfectly good standard. Only 8 rooms, not full of noisy business people or party goers. – Visited July 2015


We stayed here for 3 nights in June 2015 and it was very good. The room was immaculate as was the bathroom. The hotel/restaurant staff were polite and very knowledgeable. Buffet breakfast was very good with a selection of cereal, fresh fruit, juices, toast and tea or coffee. We will come back to this hotel if we return to Glasgow. We would recommend it to anyone who requires a very good place to stay and all within walking distance to city center. – Visited June 2015


This hotel well deserves to be “Small City Hotel of the Year”. The hotel and room were clean and inviting. The staff are all extremely welcoming. It is a daunting experience for a single woman to eat alone in a public restaurant, but the staff always make it an enjoyable experience. The food is second to none, You must ensure you eat at this establishment, the food is excellent and freshly prepared to order. – Visited May 2014


My partner and I stayed at this hotel last night and we were not disappointed. It’s a lovely, small, clean, friendly hotel situated in a good location. We also had dinner in the small restaurant, and the food was first class. It has a nice ambience too, with very pleasant and attentive staff. We would definitely recommend this hotel to others, and would also chose to stay here again on our next visit to Glasgow. – Visited March 2014