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Scotland / Glasgow Accommodation

Flat 21, 680 Hawthorn Street
Glasgow, Scotland
G22 6BX
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It is in the heart of the Balmore centre in Glasgow (G 22 6BX) offering extremely comfortable accommodation for travelers in a 120 year old Victorian town-house. Approximately 10 minutes from City Centre (2 miles) by bus and 5 minutes by train. The Scotland - Glasgow hostel it's just 5 minutes from the Springburn Train Station (Queen Station - City Centre only 5 minutes to Springburn) and the adjoining bus annex - so you don't have to go far when you rock up as there are direct bus links (Nr.24, 27, 27A, 27B & 86X) to Buchanan Bus Station and takes you only 10 minutes to reach the City Centre. We would like ONLY Female guests who are friendly, reasonably tidy, and reliable with paying bills, polite, open minded, and with no drug / alcohol dependency problems and absolutely Non Smokers! Freeview TV, gas, electricity, etc all included in the price. Whole flat newly furnished and repainted/ carpet in bedrooms. Washing machine, tumble dryer, cooker and fridge/freezer available, but I'm afraid you'll have to wash your own dishes. Also the accommodation it’s strictly for our guests and they can not bring up there friends to accommodation! It is expected from everybody to respect other guests and after 10 pm keep quiet allowing fellow travelers to sleep if they want to. Easy parking & free on the street. No smoking in the house and absolutely no alcohol/drugs policy, also no pets! About Glasgow: Glasgow is the largest and most cosmopolitan city in Scotland with 33 museums and galleries, 18 Theatres, 50 cinemas and 44 nightclubs. Glasgow hosts the best night life in the whole of Scotland. The good news for visitors is that most museums in Glasgow have free admission and well worth a visit. Glasgow has abundance of festivals all year round such as the Celtic Connections in January, Glasgow International Jazz Festival in June/July, West End Festival in August and many more.