Reasons to choose Native Glasgow

This city centre aparthotel Native Glasgow is inspired by a 1920s ocean liner and is housed in an Edwardian structure that was once the headquarters of the Anchor Line Shipping Company.
Glazed tiles, terrazzo flooring, timber wall-paneling, fireplaces, and even the original safes are among the original 1906 elements.

Native Glasgow is located near to George Square and features a 24-hour desk, concierge, and on-site breakfast at the Anchor Line restaurant on the ground floor.

There is a lounge area, a TV, a fully furnished kitchen, a dining area, and a private bathroom in each unit. There’s also a dishwasher, microwave, and fridge, as well as a kettle.
A deck is also included with the penthouse flats. European cuisine is served in the on-site restaurant.

Travel Tips near Native Glasgow

  • Glasgow

    Glasgow, which is located in west-central Scotland, is about a five-and-a-half-hour train ride from London or fifty minutes from Edinburgh.
    Glasgow Airport, which conducts flights to and from places all over the world, is also located in the city.

    More than 20 museums and art galleries can be found in Glasgow, including the famous Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and the Riverside Museum, a radical building created by Zaha Hadid that reveals the city’s transportation history.

    Explore the mystical Glens of Antrim and the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland, or search for the Loch Ness monster in the Scottish Highlands and dine on haggis and good whisky in Edinburgh’s eateries.
    Visit Wales’ mediaeval castles and ancient woodlands, try your hand at a variety of daring activities like as ziplining and coasteering, or take in the pace and intensity of the country’s capital, Cardiff.

  • Scotland

    Explore Scotland’s destinations – a selection of our cities and towns, browse our regions, or start planning your trip with our handy Scotland travel map.

    Check out the map of Edinburgh city centre to see if you can find the iconic Edinburgh Castle, or the map of Glasgow city centre to see where some of Scotland’s most artistic and creative structures are located.

    Alternatively, head north, where the map of Dundee city centre will show you all the local treasures to discover on your thrilling journey.

    The summer months of June, July, and August are considered high season and can be the ideal time to visit, while July and early August are also the busiest months due to local school holidays.

    While the natives hail a single day of dazzling sunshine as “wonderful,” the weather at this time of year is at best unpredictable; yet, the days are generally mild or warm, and most significantly, lengthy.

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