Christine

Fortrose Manor, luxury in the west

Private room
2 Guests
1 Bed
$79
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In the heart of the leafy west end close to the buzz of the university area, a luxurious, large room with double bed and en suite bathroom. Close to museums, shops, restaurants, bars and transport which will whisk you into the city centre in minutes.

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Lovely bright room with real bed.

Lovely bright room with real bed.


The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 10:00 AM
Pet Owner: Cat(s)

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Prices
Extra people: No Charge
Weekly Price: $314 /week
Monthly Price: $942 /month
Cancellation: Moderate

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1 night minimum stay
Breakfast of homemade bread and granola, fruit, muesli, yoghurt, jam and special Fortrose Manor marmalade!

Breakfast of homemade bread and granola, fruit, muesli, yoghurt, jam and special Fortrose Manor marmalade!

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Response from Christine:

Thanks, Isabella. Hope you had a fab Norwegian Christmas! You know where we are if you fancy a break in Glasgow - or do another course. Best wishes, Christine and Lesley.

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About the Host, Christine

Christine
Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Member since February 2013
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  • Christine
  • West Of Scotland Cricket Club

    Wander out of the apartment and you are facing the cricket pitch where you can catch the game every weekend during the summer. Got a bar too so you can enjoy a drink while watching the match!
    Peel Street Glasgow G11 5LU
  • Boots Pharmacy

    Chemist/pharmacy.
    Dumbarton Rd Glasgow G11 6RZ
  • Epicures of Hyndland

    Coffee, lunch, drink- busy buzzy place in the heart of Hyndland.
    Hyndland Rd Glasgow UK G12 9
  • Roastit Bubbly Jocks

    Five minute walk and specialises in Scottish cuisine.
    Glasgow G11 6SE
  • The Hyndland Fox

    New addition to the eating and drinking scene in the West End. A place for a chilled glass or a bite to eat. Very busy and buzzy - especially on summer evenings.
    Clarence Dr Glasgow G12 9QN
  • St Peter's Church

    Catholic Church- daily mass.
    Hyndland St Glasgow G11 5PS
  • Morrisons

    Nearest supermarket.
    Merkland Street Glasgow G11 6BZ
  • The Lismore

    ( also Lios Mor - the Gaelic spelling) Traditional pub which boasts one of the biggest range of malt whiskies in Scotland...
    Dumbarton Rd G11 6UN
  • Partick Trinity Parish Church

    Church of Scotland (Protestant)
    Elie St Glasgow G11 5HG
  • The Two Figs

    From brunch to cocktails - something for every taste. Good prices and not far away.
    Byres Rd G11 5RD
  • Tony Macaroni

    Local Italian chain - good quality food but also check out the new place next door on corner of Dumbarton Road. Same owners. Does Italian tapas!
    Byres Road Glasgow G11 5JY
  • Cafe Zique

    Coffee, drink or meal- good for all. Great deli too.
    Hyndland Street Glasgow G11 5PT
  • Two Fat Ladies

    Great place for fish-- and not just fish and chips!
    Dumbarton Rd G11 6NX
  • Balbir's

    Another Glasgow institution- a restaurant just with a bit more refined dining than your average curry restaurant.
    Church St Scotland G11 5JP
  • Mewes George

    Award-winning cheesemonger. Huge selection of great Scottish cheeses- as well as rest of UK and Europe, Great selection of oatcakes too and honey from Eds Bees when available, is nectar.
    Byres Road Glasgow G12 8TB
  • Tinderbox

    Great spot for coffee- busy, buzzy, handy and great coffee.
    Byres Road Glasgow G12 8TS
  • Kember & Jones

    Great place for coffee/lunch - always busy. Really good simple menu. A deli too.
    Byres Road Glasgow G12 8TD
  • Byres Rd

    Shopping, eating and hanging out street. Explore the shops, drink coffee in one of the many cafes, eat everything from tapas to curry or splash out on a special meal at the Ubiquitous Chip.
    Byres Rd Glasgow Scotland G12
  • Nardinis Byres Rd

    Nardinis is a name associated with a cafe in Largs on the Ayrshire coast. Welcome offshoot in Glasgow. Try the ice cream!
    Glasgow UK G12 8UD
  • Hillhead Subway Station

    Go and see Alasdair Grays mural at the entrance to Hillhead station.
    Byres Road Glasgow Glasgow City G12 8SH
  • Ubiquitous Chip

    Known locally just as The Chip, one of the West Ends great traditions. Great Scottish dishes in the fine restaurant or the simpler brasserie or just have a drink in the pub. An institution.
    Glasgow Street Lanarkshire G12 8SJ
  • Mark Hill Hairdressing

    Excellent hairdresser. As for details.
    Crow Rd Glasgow G11 7LA
  • Museum of Transport

    Designed by the London-based British-Iraqi architect, Zaha Hadid, houses the city’s extensive transport collection including cars, steam engines and a range of models of ships built on the Clyde.
    Glasgow Glasgow City
  • Cafe Andaluz

    Great place for Spanish tapas!
    Cresswell Lane Glasgow G12 8AA
  • The Smillie Nancy Shop

    Great place to browse and pick up a quirky gift or a lovely card. Beautiful jewellery and not too expensive.
    Cresswell Street Glasgow Glasgow City G12 8AE
  • BrewDog Glasgow

    If you like craft beers and a different take on the pub experience, try this place.
    Argyle Street Glasgow Lanarkshire G3 8AN
  • Glasgow University

    Go into the main building and through to the cloisters. Cross over the quadrangle ad through to the flag pole. Great view of Glasgow.
    University Ave Glasgow Lanarkshire G12 8QQ
  • Hunterian Art Gallery

    Two things- re-creation of a Charles Rennie Mackintosh designed house and the finest collection of James McNeill Whistlers paintings anywhere.
    University Avenue Glasgow G12 8QQ
  • Oran Mor

    A pub, restaurant, venue for weddings, Oran Mor (meaning big song) is also home to lunchtime theatre, A Play, A Pie and A Pint. Not to be missed.
    Glasgow G12 8QX
  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

    Great collection of Glasgow and Scottish artists including Charles Rennie Mackintosh Glasgow-born 20th century architect, designer and artist. Highlight: Salvador Dali’s St John of the Cross.
    Argyle Street Glasgow G3 8AG
  • Mother India Cafe

    Curries are a Glasgow staple. This is one which takes the experience on from Chicken Tikka Masla! Tapas style.
    Argyle Street Glasgow G3 8AD
  • Botanic Gardens

    Lovely spot for a stroll. Pop in an have a seat in the Kibble Palace glass house. Also catch Shakespeare in Bard in the Botanics every June.
    Great Western Road Glasgow Glasgow City G12 0
  • The Tall Ship at Riverside

    Berthed next to the museum is The Glenlee, a sailing ship built on the Clyde and now restored (£ fee). Great views up and down the river and across to Govan shipyard still in operation.
    Pointhouse Road Glasgow Glasgow City G3 8RS
  • Clyde Auditorium Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre

    Place for major trade fairs and exhibitions-- for example Food Shows and House and Home. Also venue for major bands and large scale theatre. Check out new space in 2013, the Hydro.
    Exhibition Way Glasgow Lanarkshire G3 8YW
  • King's Theatre

    Home to Glasgows biggest pantomime and the rest of the year, the main place to catch musicals. Oh yes it is!
    Bath Street Glasgow G2 4JN
  • Glasgow School of Art

    Charles Rennie Mackintoshs masterpiece unfortunately damaged by fire,23 May 2014. Restoration will happen but closed to tours at the moment. Check with me for updates.
    Renfrew Street Glasgow G3 6RQ
  • Theatre Royal

    Where you will catch performances by Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet, other opera and dance, and large scale touring theatre from across UK.
    Hope Street Glasgow G2 3QA
  • Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

    Important venue for major orchestral programmes and classical work. Also the focus for Celtic Connections in January.
    Sauchiehall Street Glasgow G2 3NY
  • The Lighthouse

    Another Charles Rennie Mackintosh building and Scotlands Centre for Architecture and Design.
    Mitchell Street Glasgow G1 3NU
  • Rogano

    Pop in for a cocktail or just a coffee and marvel at he art deco interior of this venerable restaurant/bar. Eating here can be expensive- famed for seafood.
    Exchange Pl Glasgow Lanarkshire G1 3AN
  • Princes Square Shopping Centre

    High- end shopping in a lovely setting on Glasgows premier shopping boulevard, Buchanan Street. Good for coffee and lunch too.
    Buchanan Street Glasgow Glasgow City G1 3JN
  • Gallery of Modern Art

    Another of Glasgows free museums this time specialising in contemporary art. Bang in the city centre. Check out Wellingtons statue outside.
    Royal Exchange Square Glasgow G1 3AH
  • Citizens Theatre

    Startlingly good theatre- classical and contemporary in this lovely 19th century theatre. Always worth checking out.
    Gorbals Street Glasgow G5 9D
  • City Halls

    Home to the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and where you can catch their concerts and recordings. Also check out the Old Fruitmarket next door.
    Candleriggs Glasgow Lanarkshire G1 1NQ
  • Tron Theatre

    Great theatre in what was at one time a church. Get a look at the Victorian bar too. Good for pre-theatre bite to eat.
    Trongate Glasgow G1 5HB
  • The People's Palace & Winter Garden

    For a really good look at Glasgows past through the eyes of Glasgwegians , get along here. Check out the Winter Garden and Glasgow Green. More social history.
    Glasgow Green Glasgow G40 1

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