Tartan Lodge, 235 Alexandra Parade, Glasgow, G31 3AW
Call Reception on 0141 554 5970
OverviewThe perfect location - 20 minutes walks from the Merchant City and Glasgow City Centre and 10 minutes to thriving Dennistoun. Easily accessible from the M8 and by public transport. This modern conversion of a former 19th Century Church and Masonic lodge interweaves modern decor with church architecture such as original windows. Located on Alexandra Parade, near Dennistoun in the east end of Glasgow. Tartan Lodge provides affordable accommodation for budget and business travellers, comprising a selection of double bedrooms and twin rooms all with en suite bathrooms and LCD TVs. Additionally, there are shared dormitories for budget travellers and backpackers, with a choice of fourteen, eight, six, four and three bed dormitories for male and female only offering bespoke bunk bed design. Dorm room facilities include a double plug socket, shelf and underneath storage for each bunk. All dorms are en suite and also have family facilities. Towels can be hired for £2 (plus £5 deposit), or purchase a padlock for your bunk for £2. A reading light for each bunk is available from reception. This accommodation is featured on our map of the Scottish Borders, Glasgow, Edinburgh and South Scotland and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:93: 5 x double, 2 x twin, 1 x triple. Dorms: 2x3, 8x4, 1x4 female, 2x6, 1x6 female, 2x8
Open:All year. Check in from 2pm. Check out by 11am
Price per night:Dorms from £10pp. Private rooms from £50 per room
Booking:Early/late check in available for an extra charge.
Directions:From M8 take the exit toward A803/Kirkintilloch, turn left onto Castle St, turn left at the 1st cross street onto Alexandra Parade/A8. Hostel is on the left before the petrol station.
Public Transport:Bus First38 from Glasgow Central and Glasgow Queen Street stations
Walks:Long Distance Walks
Necropolis and Glasgow Cathedral
March 9th 2019
Visit the renounced architectural brilliance, Glasgow’s Necropolis that has become home to centuries of people interred in it’s hallowed grounds…
Tartan Lodge provides affordable, comfortable accommodation close to historic tourist sites like the Necropolis and Glasgow Cathedral .
Bathe in coloured shimmers of light from the delicately detailed post-WW2 stained glass windows, as you step your way around the ancient Glasgow cathedral….
Or visit the renounced architectural brilliance, Glasgow’s Necropolis that has become home to centuries of people interred in it’s hallowed grounds…
Book Direct at Tartan Lodge Glasgow
July 25th 2018
A visit to Scotland is not complete without a visit to Glasgow with it’s famous music and art scene and easy access to stunning mountains it has something for everyone!
Book direct at Tartan Lodge for the best rates for a stay in Glasgow. Within easy walking distance of Merchant City this is a great base for exploring the city with its famous music and arts scene or getting out into the mountains around Loch Lomond or further afield.
January 31st 2018
Glasgow is a thriving vibrant city with loads going on, right? Tartan Lodge is a perfect location to explore it.
So we know Glasgow is a thriving vibrant city with loads going on right? Tartan Lodge is a perfect location to explore it. Within walking distance to the bars and cafes of Merchant city and the shops and venues of the city centre, it offers an interesting riff on bunkhouse accommodation.
If you look at the website you’ll see tartan. Look more closely and you’ll see a converted church and masonic lodge with lots of rooms and space. 93 beds in a range of rooms from doubles to dorm rooms, with a range of prices to meet any budget. Many are en-suite with TVs. It is, like many city hostels, modern and funky.
There’s a more than usual number of reasons to be planning a visit to Glasgow at the moment. If you’re quick you can catch the Celtic Connections festival with live music in venues all across the city as well as exhibitions and theatre. It is a massive affair with musicians from all over the world sharing space and collaborations with Scotland’s finest artists. If you’re more of a planning-ahead type, why not book a room to coincide with next years’s festival.