5 Holiday Homes for Glasgow Film Festival, UK
When attending Glasgow Film Festival you need the perfect accommodation, so look no further. These homes are the best of the best
If you’re heading to Glasgow in February - March for Glasgow Film Festival, then we’ve got the perfect accommodation for you. When enjoying an event as incredible as this, your home has to match the standards, so heed our expert advice and book one of these gems to truly complete the experience.
Where to reside near Glasgow Film Festival
Take a look at 5 of the very best holiday homes in our Glasgow collection. If these don’t meet your high expectations, then nothing will.
Fire and Water
Click to book Fire and Water now: from £120 per night This splendidly restored Victorian house will whisk you away to another era. Designed by a prominent 19th-century Scottish architect, this place retains its original charm. We were stunned by the ornate plasterwork, massive fireplaces and antique furnishings. Wake up to a view of the shimmering waters of Loch Long and The River Clyde. Peek through the telescope in the lounge and see if you can spot the isle of Arran in the distance. Every care has been taken to make the place as kid-friendly as possible – from ensuring the sockets and fireplaces are covered to providing high-chairs and cribs. Your little ones will also find plenty of books, toys and a games console. You can sip a cuppa undistrubed, while the kids play make-believe in the grand rooms and sprawling garden. If you can tear yourself away, miles of stunning natural trails await you in nearby Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. In the evening, stoke the logs in the fireplace, pour yourself a glass of fine Scotch whisky and make the most of your waterside abode. Sleeps up to 6 | 3 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Garden Sprites & Bluebells
Click to book Garden Sprites & Bluebells now: from £762 per night Built in the 1900s. this magical estate is a National Monuments of Scotland building and was designed by two artists. Their effect can still be seen today, with tapestries hanging on walls and quirky art pieces - alongside bookcases stuffed with reading material in nearly all the rooms, giving the home a cosy lived-in feel. Spread across five turrets, the space combines castle fantasies with historical touches. Wannabe sleeping beauties will love the four-poster bed in the top room - when you do arise, bathe in the bathroom with its vintage tub and swirling retro wallpaper. Those who prefer fact over fiction can nose around the home's original features, including in the wooden beamed kitchen, complete with an AGA for cooking something delicious. Sleeps up to 12 | 6 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms
A Scottish Escape
Click to book A Scottish Escape now: from £547 per night Heading for the Scottish Highlands? Then stay right on the banks of mystical Loch Lomond in this remote home. The traditional stone exterior gives way to a super-modern interior complete with wooden furnishings, a chic kitchen and wood stove. There’s even a separate coach house annex that’s perfect if some of your clan need extra privacy. Enjoy the secluded tranquillity of this rural location, with views dominated by thick forest and hills. Spend your days hiking, biking or taking boat trips in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, which showcase some of Scotland’s wildest landscapes. Your private walled garden is the perfect place to relax after outdoor adventures, where you can enjoy BBQs with family and friends, then soak in a bubbling hot tub under the stars. Sleeps up to 12 | 6 Bedrooms | 6 Bathrooms
The House On The Hill
Click to book The House On The Hill now: from £150 per night This spectacular house is one of Edinburgh's oldest and most prestigious, one-time home to famous Scottish photographers David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson. Built in 1756, it's located on Calton Hill, one of the city's best known sites (and best spots for panoramic views), and the views of the monument are one-of-a-kind. The home's history is honoured in the most stylish of ways; log fires, original windows, William Morris wallpaper and colourful painted walls are at once playful and deeply chic. The best part? It feels wonderfully secluded despite its central location, more country cottage than town house, despite the fact that the Royal Mile, Princes Street and Edinburgh's historic Old Town all a short walk away. We couldn't dream up a more idyllic, transportive home for an Edinburgh stay if we tried. Sleeps up to 8 | 4 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Cobble Stones and Whiskey
Click to book Cobble Stones and Whiskey now: from £50 per night Edinburgh is a city you want to walk in. Up the hills of New Town, surrounded by stunning Georgian architecture, through cobbled streets that wind around the Mound and into the Old Town, home of the majestic Royal Mile and Edinburgh Castle. This newly renovated studio flat is on one of the prettiest crescents in town and is perfectly positioned for strolling through the city. Compact but comfortable, it has a coveted private outdoor patio space. This is the perfect snug base to welcome you home after a day of exploring, rounded off perhaps with a dram or two of whiskey at your friendly local, The Cumberland Arms. Sleeps up to 2 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
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