“Comfortable apartment, great location” Great apartment exactly as described. Fabulous location in the west end - close to public transport (bus, train, subway). Walking distance to botanic gardens and the big west end museums/galleries. Parking easy enough. Check in so easy and Kristina very welcoming and helpfull - flowers were a nice touch. Had a glitch with tv losing signal but Fiona had a helpful chap around in no time to fix it.
Would recommend this apartment in Glasgow!
“Better than home!” This is the best Holiday Lettings accommodation we have found - and we've been doing this since 2008. It is so well equipped it's as if the owners just popped out for the week. The underground parking was hugely useful, since my husband was commuting to Clydebank every day - no need to defrost or de-snow. The apartment is warm, spacious, spotlessly clean (we tried to leave it as we found it, which was not difficult as there were plenty of cleaning products). It's a ten minute walk from Partick interchange, from where you can get anywhere in the city, there are restaurants not far away - and according to our son, a very good local pub. Also a big Morrisons, which made it easy to cook a home made dinner every night. The hosts even provided tea bags, coffee and sugar, and basic condiments, which was so helpful. I honestly couldn't fault this apartment, nor its owners, who were quick to respond and always helpful.
“Lovely holiday stay” Stayed at this riverside flat for a week in July. Brian was courteous and efficient right from the initial enquiry prior to booking, and responded promptly to a couple of queries we had during our stay. He also met us at Partick station on our arrival, which was ideal, and showed us how everything worked in the flat.
The flat is in a nice location, with views over the river, and opposite one of the few remaining shipyards on the Clyde. It is well equipped, particularly in the kitchen, has a good sized TV, and a really comfortable bed.
Partick itself turned out to be a good location for Glasgow's great museums, which are mainly on the west side, and for various of the Charles Rennie Mackintosh buildings, and for the lovely botanic gardens. If you come by train, as we did, then Partick is a stop on the Edinburgh to Helensburgh line, and you don't need to change in Glasgow. Plus a direct train from Partick runs to Balloch on the southern shore of Loch Lomond, in about half an hour.
Weather could have been better, but it was a good holiday, and we thoroughly enjoyed our first visit to Glasgow.