The Library, Glasgow

Apartment Location

Glasgow is a very accessible city and you can come by road, air or train. Follow the links to help you plan your journey.


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When you do get here you will find that the apartment is also very accessible and is situated in the heart of the Merchant City in Miller Street and therefore very centrally located in this vibrant metropolis. It is the ideal address for self catering accommodation in Glasgow.

You will be able to choose from restaurants to suit all culinary tastes and budgets, within a few minutes walk. Indeed the nearest restaurant is only 50 yards or so away and there is even a traditional pub accross the road from the apartment.

Miller Street despite being in the hub of the action, is actually a cul-de-sac for traffic where it meets Argyle Street, which means despite these doorstep attractions, it is in fact a deceptively quiet street. Its neigbours include the famous George Square where there is often outside entertainment - very often impromptu; Ingram Steet which has re-invented itself with all the designer and chic shops; Argyle Street which is a retail Mecca (Debenhams is a stones throw - or even a caber toss!- from the apartment's double glazed windows); with Queen Steet Station; Central station and the underground stations also extremely close. Buchanan Street is only a few blocks away as is the famed Sauchiehall Street. All the cinemas, Theatres and Concert Venues can be reached easily by foot. All these factors make the Library an unrivalled location for your visit to Glasgow.

Just think - a little bit of shopping and soon you are weighed down by all your bag loads of bargains. Easy solution - walk a few hundred yards and deposit your bags in the apartment, have a well earned cup of tea and back into the fray!

When you tire of all that shopping or if shopping is just not your thing then there are so many attractions so close to the Library. How about a little culture at the Gallery of Modern Art; or take the underground and visit Glasgow's Kelvingrove museum. Perhaps you would like to experience the Science Centre, the Armadillo or just walk along the River Clyde. On a Sunday take a stroll to the world famous barras and really get a feel of the traditional Glasgow with the patter of the stall holders. All these and more are so easily accessible you will want to come back and vsiit what you missed.

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