Reasons to choose The Pipers’ Tryst Hotel
The Pipers’ Tryst Hotel is a unique 4-star restaurant with accommodations located within The National Piping Centre – the home of Scottish Bagpiping – in central Glasgow.
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout, and all earnings go back into teaching bagpipes in Scotland and around the world as a registered charity.
The Pipers’ Tryst has Scottish-themed rooms with en-suite bathrooms that include a bath and a double-headed rainfall shower. A flat-screen TV, a desk, and tea/coffee making facilities are included in each room.
The room rate includes a full Scottish breakfast, which includes tea/coffee, fruit juice, a continental buffet, and full cooked alternatives.
The award-winning eatery serves an à la carte menu including ‘farm guaranteed’ ingredients. The menus change with the seasons and feature fresh Scottish ingredients.
Hand-selected wines, craft-brewed Scottish beers and ciders, and bespoke gins from all over Scotland are available.
Glasgow’s tourist sites are only a 5-minute walk away. The RCS, Glasgow School of Art, The Theatre Royal, Glasgow Film Theatre, and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall are all close by.
Travel Tips near The Pipers’ Tryst Hotel
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.
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.