Places of Interest.
What to do and See while staying at the Allison Executive Lets:
Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
Within a ten minute walk of the Angus Hotel the SECC hosts a variety of Exhibitions, Concerts and Conferences. For further information:
Kelvingrove Park, Art Galleries and Museum
Located across from the Angus Hotel, Kelvingrove Park's 85 acres were laid out by Sir Joseph Paxton in 1852 and are situated between Glasgow University and the Art Gallery and Museum. Features include commemmorative statues, fountains, tennis, bowling and a fine herbaceous border.
Tel: 0141 287 2699
· Hunterian Art Gallery and Museum
· Mackintosh House and University Visitor Centre
Internationally renowned collections of paintings, drawings and prints by Whistler, and furniture and drawings by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Old master paintings and Scottish art from 18th century to present.
The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour
The focus of this new attraction is the 103 year old sailing ship, "Glenlea", one of only 5 built sailing ships left in the world. 10 minute walk from the Angus Hotel.
The Willlow Tea Rooms
Behind the remarkable facade which Mackintosh created for Kate Cranston, tea and light meals are still served in the Room de Luxe and on The Gallery. Many of the original features survive.
The ground floor houses Hendersons the Jewellers.
Glasgow Science Centre
50 Pacific Quay Glasgow G51 1EA Opens Fully Spring 2001 "Scotlands Flagship Visitor Centre"
So much to do, so much to see!
While in Glasgow do not forget to take a trip on the original Glasgow City Tour. The hop on hop off service allows easy access to most of Glasgow's Visitor Attractions. Catch the bus within minutes of the Angus.
Scotlands Personal Hotels
A group of Scottish Hotels where attention to detail is very important. Each offers something that is missing in so many larger hotels these days - "The Personal Touch"
Within a 40 minute drive of Glasgow you shall reach the astounding beauty of Loch Lomond. Take a boat trip on the loch, collect some Scottish souvenirs or just sit back and enjoy the scenery.
Glasgow - an unrivalled shopping experience.
- Buchanan Street. Set in a renovated square dating from 1841, the city's most unique shopping experience combines the best in contemporary and classic fashion, gifts, accessories, crafts and affordable luxuries. Cafes/restaurants, exhibitions and entertainment.
- Buchanan Street 600,000 square feet of retailing at the top of Glasgow's most stylish shopping thoroughfare.