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NO 15
15 Woodside Place
Glasgow
Glasgow

G3 7QL | View map

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Welcome to 15, Glasgow’s latest luxury boutique bread and breakfast. Situated on the edge of the city centre and a breath away from the heart of the West End, we know we’ve something very special to offer. Whether you’re here to chill for a few days or it’s a sumptuous feather pillow you yearn for on a business overnighter, 15 delivers.

Nestled mid terrace, we’ve lovingly restored our A listed Victorian townhouse in the city’s Park area. Originally built in 1834 by esteemed Scottish architect George Smith, for one of the city’s prosperous merchants, 15’s sense of space and style reflects the confidence and prosperity of that age.

With original fireplaces, intricate cornicing and working wooden shutters, each of the five guest suites ooze sophistication and pared down opulence. Mixing old style charm with cutting edge decadence, stained glass, oak panelling and sash and case windows team up with Plasma screens, broadband and monsoon showers.,/p>

Relax in the residents tranquil gardens and rest easy with the knowledge that we offer private parking. Both the city centre and the bustling West End are on our door step, with art galleries, museums, parks, shopping and an abundance of restaurants a stone’s throw away.

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