Travel  info

Geting to Glasgow

We have all the usual transportation hubs of a major city, so you should be able to find a suitable option for arriving in our 'Dear Green Place'. If you have any concerns please feel free to contact us via our contact form.

Main Transport Hubs

Glasgow Int. Airport

Glasgow Central Railway Station

Glasgow Queen Street Station

Buchanan Street Bus Station

SPT Subway Stations


Getting around Glasgow

Glasgow has a very comprehensive transport system and is an easy, manageable city to navigate. Our favourite way to get around is to walk and shop; Glaswegians love 'the shoaps'. If you get lost or your map app stops working, remember you've got a 'guid tongue in yer heed' - ask a local and they'll usually be more than happy to point you in the correct direction - especially if your direction is the pub.

Subway

Our subway - The Clockwork Orange as the locals call it, is amazing for short journeys or for getting to different areas of the city, fast. The subway closes around 11pm most days but closes early on Sundays - 6pm. 

Bus

Buses are very frequent and have an extensive network to get you exactly where you need to be. 

Next Bikes

If you are a keen cyclist, Nextbikes have many locations in the city, and as nothing is too far away in our city this may be a good travel option if you are a member of the scheme.

Taxi companies

Black Cabs – 0141 429 7070

Network Cars – 0141 557 1110

1st Taxi.com – 0141 332 1111

Key Cars – 0141 336 3366

Uber cars are readily available if you have the app.