Glamping in Glasgow

Glamping in Glasgow

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Glamping for 4 people in Glasgow
Glamping for 4 people
2 bedrooms
4.9
(20 reviews)
from £152 / night
Glamping for 4 people in Glasgow
Glamping for 4 people
2 bedrooms
5.0
(3 reviews)
from £144 / night
Glamping for 2 people in Glasgow
Glamping for 2 people
1 bedroom
3.0
(195 reviews)
from £54 / nightFREE cancellation
Glamping for 4 people, with balcony in Glasgow
Glamping for 4 people, with balcony
2 bedrooms
from £171 / night

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Highlights in Glasgow

  • Cultural city
  • Scottish cuisine and flavours
  • Fantastic city break
  • Unique and different tours
  • Urban adventures

Most popular amenities for Glamping in Glasgow

Pool 2
Internet 229
Pets allowed 45
Balcony/Terrace 31
TV 229
Air conditioning 9

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Glamping in Glasgow

Glamping holidays in the Lowlands

Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city. The glamping options are spread around the city around the Merchant city, close to the Botanic gardens and some in the outskirts, around the area of East Kilbride and near Busby. The city boasts an appealing array of cultural activities, natural spaces and incredible outdoors. Discover the quintessential Scottish charm and book your stay at any of the glamping accommodations available.

Central glamping accommodation

Admire the architecture of the buildings in Glasgow. The contemporary interiors, together with the traditional facades, bring a unique charm and style to glamping accommodation. Enjoy a comfortable space for 2, 3, 4 or 5 people. Open spaces, bright rooms, cosy lounges and warm colours matching the wooden floorings. Enjoy all the amenities necessary for your stay. Explore the city easily from your accommodation, as it will always be a few steps away from the city centre.

Travellers and activities

Glasgow for culture lovers

Glasgow is a hub of cultural attractions boasting exceptional museums, varied art galleries, several concert venues and a wide array of festivals throughout the year to choose from. The Scottish Opera (Theatre Royal) and the Royal Scottish Orchestra (Concert Hall) are here in Glasgow, hence why it is dubbed Scotland’s music capital. Enjoy the Celtic Connections Music Festival or the Gourock Highland Games. If you love architecture, The Scottish Arts & Crafts Movement stresses the inherent beauty of the materials, the relevance of nature as inspiration, and the value of utility, beauty and simplicity. Go and check it out at the Glasgow School of Art. Glasgow’s 12th century Cathedral is an important monument in the city and it is also known as the High Kirk of Glasgow or by the name of St. Mungo Cathedral. You can visit the St. Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art. Follow the Glasgow Mural Trail, and admire the modern style of art. Culture is in every corner.

Glasgow for city explorers

The city is a box full of surprises. Did you know the Botanic gardens are home to the largest glasshouses in the country? Go and admire the collection of rare orchids from Australasia. Retail therapy is also at the tip of your hands at Sauchiehall Street, a 1.5 mile route lined by high-end shops, along with Buchanan Street and Argyle Street. After a long day visiting, shopping and exploring, you will be hungry. In addition to its own, Scottish cuisine will raise your taste buds with the influence of Indian, Italian and Far Eastern flavours. Enjoy the steakhouses, brasseries and fantastic bistros. If you fancy a walk around the Necropolis, you can either go on your own or go on a guided tour and discover one of the hidden wonders on walking tours! Exciting? Spooky? Ghost stories? Let’s find it out!

Did you know the Gaelic name for Glasgow, “Glaschu”, means “lovely green place”?

Top 7 travel tips in Glasgow

1. A walk around Glasgow Green

Take a walk along Glasgow Green, the oldest park in Glasgow. The park is located within walking distance from the city centre. Admire the People’s Palace, an astonishing building erected in 1898, that reveals the social history of the city from the mid-1700s to the present through a wealth of historic artefacts, film, a collection of paintings, several prints, pictures, and interactive computer displays. At the rear, there is the large conservatory known as The Winter Garden, that boasts a collection of tropical and subtropical plants. Pay attention to the impressive terracotta Doulton Fountain. In August, Glasgow Green holds the annual World Pipe Band Championship. You might consider your stay during this month!

2. Eating out in Glasgow

Glasgow is packed with award-winning eateries so you can spend your entire holidays enjoying top-notch menus and fine dining experiences at Alchemilla, The Gannet, Cail Bruich or Stravaigin. Try the best curries in KoolBa, the retro pizza at Paesano, or the vegan delicacies at Mono. Eusebi Deli brings you buttery pasta laden with truffles, pappardelle with 14-hour cooked shin of beef, or poached olive oil cod and shellfish brodo. Dine in style at Rogano, La Bonne Auberge, The Buttery or the Corinthian, exquisite venues with art-deco, domed ceilings and ornate detail and excellent menus.

3. Take a tour

Whether it's a walking tour or going by bus, Glasgow offers a variety of tours to help you explore the city. Hop on and off the City Sightseeing Bus Tour or book a Rabbie's Trail Burner in a small group to explore further out. Want some adventurous tours? Experience a tour of Glasgow Central Station to explore underground passages, vaults, and unknown areas you never knew existed. For a bumpy ride, enjoy an off-road driving in the hills with 4x4 Adventures Scotland. For an entirely different experience, between Wednesday and Sunday, get on board for a Glasgow unique tour aboard the vintage Red Bus Bistro and enjoy an afternoon tea, gourmet burgers, or gin tea experiences as you take in the outstanding sights the city has to offer. Tours will never be the same after it!

4. Go on an urban adventure

There are varied options for those looking for a thrill in Glasgow. From snow sports to mountain biking or rock climbing. It is easy to take to the water in Glasgow. Go to Glasgow Wake Park to have a wakeboarding experience. Try some kayaking, water swimming, canoeing, and whitewater rafting at the paddlesports centre Pinkston Watersports. Need for speed?ç Hold tight and try the speedy boat from the Riverside Museum and Tall Ship towards the city centre along the River Clyde with Seaforce. Or enjoy a scenic Dumbarton Castle tour. Would you canoe from Glasgow to Edinburgh? The Canoe Trail travels along the Forth & Clyde and Union Canals and you will paddle along through the impressive Falkirk Wheel. What an experience!

5. Football tours

Glasgow is a city with endless possibilities. Are you a sports fan? If you love football, you will love to take a look behind the scenes at The Hampden Experience. You can take a tour of the Rangers Football Club walking up the famous marble staircase and get exclusive access to the dressing rooms, and explore the trophy room. In addition, the Celtic Football Club will also offer you a guided tour to soak up its history, feel its passion and take the players’ route from the dressing room down the tunnel, into the pitch and take a sit for a moment at the dugout. Can you feel it?

6. Time for a toast!

Sctoland is well known for its breweries and distilleries. Whisky lovers can enjoy a tour of The Clydeside Distillery and enjoy a taste of Highlands, Lowlands and Islays. If you prefer the Glengoyne distillery, here you will learn about the process of whisky making, watch the craftsmen at work and taste some drams of Single Malt paired with scrumptious chocolate that will melt in your mouth. At Tennents Wellpark Brewery, you can delve into the 450 years of history behind Scotland's oldest brewery and sample or buy some beer. Raise your glass and toast to Glasgow!

7. A visit to the National Piping Centre and the Bagpipe Museum

Would you like to know more about the traditional bagpipes and drumming in Scotland? Head to the National Piping Centre where you can enjoy a lesson or a whole course at the bagpipe schools. The centre promotes the study of the history and music of the Highland Bagpipe The Museum of Piping, features collections with the world’s oldest bagpipe relics and some of Robbie Burns’ bagpipe memorabilia. If you are thinking of tying the knot, there are dedicated rooms for the big event as well. Go to the shop before you leave, and browse the interesting souvenirs you can take home.

FAQs: Glamping in Glasgow

Which types of facilities are available at the glamping sites in Glasgow?

In regard to the facilities you can find on Holidu, it seems that the glamping sites in Glasgow contain everything that travellers desire! Here, the glamping sites generally have a variety of amenities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (71%), fireplace (14%), and view (14%)...Are you convinced yet?

How are the glamping sites usually rated in Glasgow?

The glamping sites here have great feedback from guests. 57% of the glamping sites in Glasgow have an average score of 4.5 stars!

Are the glamping sites in Glasgow suitable for families with children?

Holidu's insights reveal that 57% of glamping sites in Glasgow are child-friendly, so you won't have any difficulty finding the perfect glamping for you and your family.

Are the glamping sites in Glasgow pet-friendly?

Certainly! In Glasgow, 14% of the glamping sites accept pets!

Do the glamping sites in Glasgow generally offer an internet connection?

Of course! According to Holidu's database, 71% of glamping sites in Glasgow include an internet connection. So no need to panic, you will be able to access your emails and favourite social media sites during your stay!

What are the prices like for glamping sites in Glasgow?

According to information from Holidu, there are fewer than 40% of the glamping sites in Glasgow that are less than £100 per night.

Do the glamping sites in Glasgow often have a fireplace or a swimming pool?

Of course! Judging by last year's information, a fair amount of glamping sites in Glasgow have a fireplace. Fancy a weekend by the fire? Don't delay in booking a glamping in Glasgow!

Are the glamping sites in Glasgow suitable for holidays in big groups or rather for an escape as a small group?

Judging by last year's information, 86% of glamping sites are suitable for up to four people. Approximately 71% of the glamping sites here have at least two separate bedrooms. This is the ideal destination for families of four!

Do the glamping sites in Glasgow offer outdoor space to enjoy?

14% of glamping sites have a balcony or terrace, and 14% have a view, but this does not represent the majority, so availability can be selective. If this is important to you, you should anticipate a bit more time for research, and use the filters that suit you the best to be sure to find the glamping of your dreams.

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