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The Sandyford Lodge

21 Royal Crescent
G3 7SL

Tel. 0141 332 9009
Fax. 0141 353 2143

Sauchiehall Street

It is surely no understatement to describe Glasgow's Sauchiehall Street as the most famous street in Scotland. It's distinctive name, its vibrant night life and entertainment offer and its unbeatable shopping have all contributed to its fame. The street is a long one, over 2.5km in length from the City Centre to the West End and it joins Argyle Street at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. So what is it that makes Sauchiehall Street so special with Glaswegians and visitors?

The name Sauchiehall Street comes from the Gaelic "saugh" or willow tree and "haugh" meaning a meadow, and one of the places that should not be missed when visiting this area of Glasgow is the Willow Tea Rooms. Designed inside and out by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1903 right down to the cutlery and the uniforms, the building has been faithfully restored and this delightful tea room offers good food in a stunning setting. The City Centre part of Sauchiehall Street is pedestrianised and offers great shopping with all of the big brand names you would expect present - with easy access from the bus station on Buchanan Street.

Heading west towards Charing Cross station, parallel to Bath Street, there is no shortage of restaurants, bars and clubs offering a wide selection of evening entertainment for every taste. There are many other places of interest on and around Sauchiehall Street, such as the Glasgow School of Art, the Royal Highland Fusiliers Museum and the Glasgow Film Theatre.

If you are in Glasgow, then you will certainly want to be near all of the places of interest on Sauchiehall Street, therefore you will find that the Sandyford Lodge is a perfect place to stay. Our 19 bedroom hotel is just off Sauchiehall Street on Royal Crescent. The hotel was recently refurbished to offer guests every modern convenience, from direct-dial telephones to flat-screen TVs, hairdryers and complimentary tea and coffee. We offer accommodation for up to four people sharing and the B&B prices include a choice between a continental breakfast and traditional Scottish fare.

So isn't it time you took a trip to Glasgow to discover all that Sauchiehall Street has to offer? Call us today at the Sandyford Lodge on +44(0)141 332 9009. Our friendly reception team will be happy to offer advice about the best places to eat, drink and shop on Sauchiehall Street and propose the best accommodation deals for your travel dates. You can also make a booking here on the website using the online reservations system.