4 min’s from Glasgow central by train. Close to Tramway Arts Centre and the hidden Gardens. Pollokshields offers a diverse array of cafes and bars with a great choice of food and entertainment. A five min walk will take you to Queens park, which if you enjoy nature and parks is a real must see. Pollok Country Park is also a short bus journey away. Free on street parking.
A spacious room in a two bedroom traditional Glasgow tenement flat, which has been fully modernized and decorated with original artworks throughout. The natural wooden flooring and clean décor create a welcoming, homely feel, in which you can, relax and feel safe in.
All bed linens and towels.
Guests have access to the large dining kitchen at any time and could self cater. There is a fridge-freezer, washing machine, gas hob and oven and microwave in the dining kitchen (table seats at least six)
Tea, coffee, milk, cooking oils and spices and a selection of cereals, Muesli, and porridge are available for breakfast.
(Please note the Living room is for the owner's use only.)
Interaction with guests
Having lived in Glasgow for most of my life and being a practicing artist who teaches at the Glasgow School of Art, I'm very happy to help you with advice on galleries, museums and other cultural/entertainment venues and events taking place within the city. I am also very happy to give advise on cafes, bars and live music venues, of which Glasgow has loads to pick from.
Not suitable for pets.
No parties or events.
No smoking in the flat but there is the gardens at the back where you are very welcome to smoke.
Keep the storm doors and main flat doors closed all the time and locked when you are out.
Apart from these basic rules I hope that my guests will be comfortable and feel at home during their stay and treat my flat as their own, with care and respect.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
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I'm an easy going and friendly person, an artist whose practice continues to take me to some of the most wonderful places in the world and who teaches part time at The Glasgow School of Art. If I weren’t an artist I would be a horticulturalist. I love green space and gardens. When time permits, rambling through the countryside is a must for me.