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The most popular hot holidays in Glasgow.

Glasgow is a thriving city steeped in history and with a wealth of bars and attractions, as well as being ideally situated to explore Edinburgh and the Highlands.

Self Catering Hot Tub Breaks in Glasgow

These hot tub holidays in Glasgow have been hand picked. Whether it be a family lodge holiday, a hen party of a romantic weekend break, you are guaranteed to find "the one"

  • The Clyde

    Milton of Campsie, near Kirkintilloch / Sleeps 6

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • Wooden lodge
    • 3 bedrooms

    This lovely lodge is set close to Trossachs National Park where you can enjoy the vast lochs and mountains that are on offer.

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  • Crofthead

    Ayr, Ayrshire / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • Children’s play area
    • Nature walks

    Set in the Ayrshire countryside, Glasgow is just a short drive north whilst the south west of Scoland is just waiting to be explored.

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  • Drummohr Holiday Park

    Musselburgh, East Lothian / Sleeps 4

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • Kitchen 

    Perfectly positioned just 10 miles outside of Edinburgh, enjoy all south scotland has to offer and with brilliant views over the Firth of Forth.

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  • The Golden Crown

    Tarbolton, near Ayr / Sleeps 26

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • Sleeps up to 27
    • 7 bedrooms

    Boasting a steam, sauna and private hot tub, this cottage is ideal for a large group looking to be pampered. You can even book spa treatments!

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  • Hill End Farmhouse

    Dalry / Sleeps 6

    • hot tub
    • wi-fi
    • garden
    • 2 living rooms

    This charming cottage is full of character with a large enclosed garden where you can relax and unwind with the abundance of wildlife that surrounds you.

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  • Hardilands Cottage

    Bothkennar, near Falkirk / Sleeps 6

    • hot tub
    • pet friendly
    • wi-fi
    • garden

    A beautiful detached property, with miles of Stirlingshire countryside to explore. Experience a variety of walking and cycling trails all on your doorstep.

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  • Little Arches

    Lochwinnoch / Sleeps 2

    • hot tub
    • garden
    • parking
    • Romantic

    Little Arches is a romantic rural getaway for couples seeking peace and tranquillity.

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About Holidays In Glasgow

Combining rugged working-class friendliness with cultural delights Glasgow is full of charm and with some of the finest museums and galleries in the UK is well worth a visit.

How to get there

It’s easy to get around Glasgow either by foot, public transport or bicycle and with fantastic transport links it’s easy to get here too.

By Car

Glasgow has excellent motorway links you can travel to Edinburgh via the M8, from England you would choose the M74. If you are coming by car from Stirling, it’s the M80 and if you are staying in hot tub accommodation in Glasgow use the M77.

By Train

Glasgow Central Station links the city by rail to all major UK cities with over 20 trains a day to London. Queen Street Station mainly operates services to Edinburgh.


Average journey times
• London – 4 hours 10 minutes
• Birmingham – 4 hours
• Edinburgh – 50 minutes
• Liverpool – 3 hours 40 minutes
• Newcastle – 2 hours 20 minutes
• Manchester – 3 hours 30 minutes


Once there a Daytripper ticket, which can be purchased from any staffed train station or online, allows one day’s unlimited travel by rail, most buses and subway for just £21.80 for 2 adults and up to 4 children.

By Bus

Citylink run buses to Glasgow from all over the country and from the rest of the UK Megabus and National express operate a regular service to and from the city.

Activities & Places To Visit

Whether you are staying in a lodge near Glasgow on a romantic break, get-together with friends or as a family you will be spoiled for choice when it comes to places to see and things to do in this cosmopolitan city.

1. Shopping in Glasgow

1. Shopping in Glasgow

Home to the “Style Mile” and the largest retail centre in the UK outside London, Glasgow offers excellent shopping with malls like St Enoch's Centre and the Buchanan Galleries which are located right in the city centre or the huge Braehead Shopping Centre just 20 minutes away.

You will find designer retailers at Princes Square off Buchanan Street including; names like Kurt Geiger, Vivienne Westwood and Ted Baker. The chic Argyll Arcade, also off Buchanan Street, dates to the Regency era and has a plethora of jeweller’s shops,

Argyle Street, Buchanan Street with its beautiful architecture busking pipers and Sauchiehall Street are the main shopping areas but there are numerous small, quirky boutiques and vintage clothing shops to be found in the side streets immediately south of Trongate.

2. River Cruises in Glasgow

2. River Cruises in Glasgow

There is no better way to understand Glasgow than to view it from the River Clyde, with its proud heritage of Shipbuilding, the river has played a central part of the city’s history.

From Easter to October Clyde Cruises offers a 2 hour 45 minute voyage on the Clyde Clipper, where you will enjoy the spectacular rural and urban scenery, learn about the importance of shipbuilding to the city even sample some home baking and a cuppa in the coffee shop.

Check out the website for departure times

Prices

  • Adult - £18.00
  • Child - £9.00
  • Family Ticket - £48
3. Places to eat and drink in Glasgow

3. Places to eat and drink in Glasgow

Famous for many culinary delicacies; Tunnocks Teacakes, square sausage, deep fried mars bars, Scotch pies and not forgetting the remarkable haggis so it may be a surprise to learn that Glasgow is the Vegan restaurant capital of the UK and there are a fantastic range of fine dining eateries in the city.

A veritable melting pot of cuisines from around the world one of the best places to dine for lovers of seafood is Rogano; Located right in the city centre, enjoy a dozen oysters, lobster, afternoon tea or a glass of bubbly in the luxurious art deco surroundings of this popular Oyster Bar, where a main course starts from £19.50.

Another eatery made by special by its interiors is the stunning Willow Tea Rooms this hidden gem can be found among the shoppers on Sauchiehall Street. Serving breakfasts, light meals and snacks at reasonable prices, the stunning interiors were designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Vegans and vegetarians will love “The 78” in Glasgow’s West End, just off Argyle Street. With an extensive range of beers and tasty meat free mains like nachos, burgers and curries for less than a tenner.

Fancy a night out in Glasgow; with a smorgasbord of cocktail bars, traditional pubs, chic wine bars and music venues you won’t be short of choice; try the Variety Bar on Sauchiehall street which has a cool vibe, or if you’re feeling brave, venture into the characterful Horseshoe Bar just around the corner from Central Station for talk about football and well-priced whiskies.

4. The People’s Palace and Winter Gardens

4. The People’s Palace and Winter Gardens

he magnificent People’s palace is located on Glasgow Green; step back in time and discover the story of this fascinating city from 1750 to the present day with photographs, paintings and interactive displays, learn about the role of shipbuilding and the city’s rich manufacturing history as well as how Glaswegians lived in days gone by.

The adjacent Winter Gardens is the ideal place to spend a rainy afternoon walking amongst the exotic palms and tropical plants you could almost imagine yourself in the med you can also enjoy lunch or a coffee at the lovely café.

  • Free Entry

Opening times

  • Mondays - Closed
  • Tuesdays - 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Wednesdays - 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Thursdays - 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Fridays - 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Saturdays - 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Sundays - 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
5. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

5. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

By far Glasgow's most popular attraction, in fact one of the top 3 in Scotland, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is a striking building constructed of distinctive red sandstone.

There is some truly amazing art and exhibitions here; with 22 themed galleries and over 8000 objects.

The most famous painting on display is the ‘Christ of St John of the Cross’, painted by Salvador Dali, Sir Roger the stuffed Asian elephant is another big attraction and there is even a Spitfire hanging from the ceiling in the west court.

Kelvingrove welcomes families, and many of its displays have been designed with children in mind. Besides all the exhibits, paintings and floating heads hanging from the ceiling the museum also has a restaurant, gift shop and café.

  • Free Entry

Opening times

  • Mondays - 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Tuesdays - 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Wednesdays - 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Thursdays - 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Fridays - 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Saturdays - 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Sundays - 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
6. Art in the Park

6. Art in the Park

Art in the Park

To the south of Glasgow lies Pollok Park; covering 146 hectares and easily accessible from the city centre, just jump on the train to Pollokshaws West from Central Station and you’ll be there in under 10 minutes.

This beautiful green oasis is home to an attractive walled garden, Clydesdale horses, a woodland garden, highland cattle, a play park for kids and some lovely picnic areas, along with 2 of the city’s major attractions: Pollok House and the Burrell Collection.

Pollok House is an impressive 18th century building which boasts several important artworks that include paintings by Goya and El Greco, as well as famous Scottish artists.

Meanwhile, the Burrell another must see for visitors is just ten minutes' walk away. This fascinating museum and gallery houses a magnificent collection of artefacts which were gifted to the city by shipping magnate Sir William Burrell.

There is something for everyone here from Egyptian stone sculptures dating back over 5,000 years, French Impressionist paintings, Chinese pottery and medieval armour and weapons.

Last Word

Less pretentious than the capital, Glasgow has a real urban chic, and rich cultural history with tons of places to visit; many of them free, visitors will be spoiled for choice.

Check out the Gothic architecture in the East End, drink craft beers in the beer hall of a mega brewery, shop till you drop and don’t forget those Mackintosh souvenirs.

If you’re really lucky your stay at a hot tub lodge near Glasgow will coincide with a live music show at King Tuts (The best music venue in the UK) or a football match when the city’s 2 huge giants of the sport Celtic and Rangers take to the pitch.

For something a bit different check out Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre, one of Glasgow’s hidden gems. Located on Trongate, you will discover hundreds of amazing sculptures made from scrap metal which are complemented by haunting music and a synchronised light show.

Wherever you go and whatever you do one thing is guaranteed you will receive a warm welcome and have a fantastic time in Glasgow.

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