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The Sandyford Lodge

21 Royal Crescent
G3 7SL

Tel. 0141 332 9009
Fax. 0141 353 2143

Argyle Street

Argyle Street in Glasgow is one of the busiest streets in the city, along with Sauchiehall Street and Buchanan Street. It is named after the Duke of Argyll and was originally called Westergait. It is the longest street in the city, running from the Trongate to Queen Street and crossing Sauchiehall Street at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. There are many points of interest along the street and the eastern, pedestrianised part of Argyle Street is an important shopping artery.

The pedestrianised section of Argyle Street is an important place for shopping in Glasgow city centre. The street passes under Glasgow Central Station, making it very accessible. This point is known as Heilanman's Umbrella as it was a traditional meeting place for Highlanders who came to Glasgow because it offers shelter from the elements. Nearby is St Enoch's Shopping Centre and the Argyll Arcade, which is a covered Victorian arcade that is home to several jewellers shops, as well as the Merchant City district.

The Sandyford Lodge is located just around the corner from Argyle Street on Royal Crescent between the West End and the City Centre of Glasgow, an ideal base from which to explore all of Glasgow. Our 19 bedroom hotel was recently refurbished to a high standard and all bedrooms boast private bathrooms, tea- and coffee-making facilities, flat screen televisions and free Wi-Fi access. Our great B&B prices include a choice between a Scottish breakfast and continental fare and our reception is staffed 24 hours a day for the comfort and safety of our guests.

Argyle Street is bound to be part of any visit to Glasgow, whether for shopping, eating out or entertainment. Call the Sandyford Lodge on +44 (0)141 332 9009 to find out what accommodation deals are available on your preferred dates. You can also make a booking directly online, using the reservations system via the link on the left-hand side of the page. Glasgow's got lots to see and do during your visit, so why not get a great night's sleep at the Sandyford Lodge.