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B and Bs in Cambuslang

Dunard Guest House
35 Howieshill Road
Cambuslang
Glasgow

G72 8PW | View map

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Situated in Cambuslang in a quiet, child-friendly street, our large Victorian style detached house with private enclosed gardens and free off-street parking is within walking distance of local restaurants, shops and buses. Cambuslang has regular trains to Glasgow, Hamilton and Motherwell and good bus services to surrounding towns and Glasgow. Two train stations are located within 0.6 miles from the house, and it takes 13 minutes to arrive to the centre of Glasgow. We are 2 miles from the M74 motorway. Prices from: £22 per person/night (based on three persons sharing a triple room) We offer quality accommodation at a low cost with varying rooms, ranging from a single room to a more generous family sized room. All have tea and coffee making facilities with fresh milk, a choice of Freeview TV channels, a fridge, hair-dryer and radio alarm. All have garden views and some rooms have panoramic views.Guests are welcome to relax in the lounge which has a 40-inch plasma TV with surround sound system. A full Scottish breakfast is served in the guests' dining room. Free parking is available within the grounds of the guest house and Wireless Internet is available free of charge to guests with their own laptop computers.

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