Blythswood House, 200 West Regent Street, Glasgow, G2 4DQ
Blythswood House is a 5* hostel ideally situated in the heart of the city, close to a host of local bars, restaurants and shops. The accommodation offered is both spacious and fully furnished accommodation with a contemporary feel. Due to the fantastic city centre location, it is easy to get around the city and further afield. Located near bus, train and underground links which will take you to all areas of the city allowing you to explore the attractions, culture and history Glasgow has to offer. Blythswood House is made up of a number of self-catering flats in units of 2, 6, 7 or 8 single rooms (some doubles are also available) which are available by the room or flat throughout the summer months. All rooms are en-suite with communal kitchen and lounge areas in each flat where you will be provided basic kitchen equipment to meet your needs during your stay. Guests are provided with free Wi-Fi and bed linen during their stay with the option to hire towels for £5 from the reception. There is a laundry area (£3.80 per wash and a free tumble dry). Guests also have access to the cinema and meeting rooms free of charge. Easily accessible with two on site elevators which serve all flats and a residence manager is available for any queries. Recently been awarded with Visit Scotland Walkers and Cyclists Welcome There is a newly built drying room, and bicycle storage. Great value summer accommodation ideal for individuals, families and groups visiting the city for both leisure and work purposes.
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170 single rooms within flats 2, 6, 7, or 8 some doubles available.
Mid June – Early September
Individual £38 , £230pp/week, Student discounts available. 15% reduction for 6+ people
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On West Regent Street in the heart of the City Centre. From M8 take Sauchiehall Street Junction follow Sauchiehall Street east turn right onto Pitt Street and then fourth left onto West Regent Street. Blythswood House has no allocated parking, but on-street short-stay parking is available in the surrounding area.
Within walking distance of all Glasgow train stations and the bus station.
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Exceptional accommodation in the heart of Glasgow.
Here’s a great idea, use the high quality student accommodation as holiday lets! During the summer months of June to September, Blythswood House runs as a summer hostel available for accommodation to individuals, families and groups.
So now you ask: Why just in summer? Because the rest of the time it is swish, high end housing for the lucky students of Glasgow School of Art.
Are we familiar with Glasgow? By which I mean the modern Glasgow of media, art, music and hipsterish cafe’s selling bread and butter ice cream. Glasgow School of Art, in its famous and delightful Charles Rennie Mackintosh building, represents that side of Glasgow well. It has spawned a myriad of talent in TV, music, art, literature and drama.
And the Blythswood House accommodation represents it too. We’re not talking about dingy student digs here: This is 5 star stuff! Bright, light and airy with views over the city. The cultural life of Glasgow is just a small step from the door.
Offer spacious and fully furnished accommodation, the majority of our bedrooms are single occupancy, queen sized beds and en-suite with some smaller flats which would be suitable for use by a family. There are a number of self-catering flats in units of 2, 6, 7 or 8 single rooms (some doubles are also available). All rooms are en-suite but are gathered around a communal kitchen and lounge areas. Notably, guests get free use of the House cinema!
It is an amazing location: Right in the heart of the busy, buzz-y boho of student life. From you high vantage point above the city, beyond the buildings you can see hills, mountains even! A reminder that Glasgow is gloriously positioned between the sea and the hills. I can vouch personally that Loch Lomond and The Trossachs is a very easy train journey from the city centre, allowing access to some of the most gorgeous walking in Britain.
Best of both worlds then!