The Snuggle in Glasgow is a fantasy escape, the apartment offers freedom from city life, it is situated on a quiet local canal bank, in a converted mill within a fully inclusive development. Hidden on the doorstep of the thriving city centre you are a 4 minute taxi ride or 10 minute walk to the heartbeat of Glasgow city centre.
The apartment offers access to a private swimming pool, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi. The development has an on-site Spa offering exclusive spa days and luxurious treatments. So if it's those essential treatments for a big night out or just a relaxing day with friends, let the Spa team take good care of you. The development boasts a cafe diner which offers specially prepared food delivered to the apartment, or alternatively you can go downstairs and take in the warm, snug, hearty environment.
The apartment itself is spacious, warm and welcoming and includes a small private balcony to take in breathtaking views of the Glasgow skyline. The apartment is packed with the following added extras at no cost:
• Unlimited free internet access
• Fully equipped Kitchen
• Over 400 sky TV channels
• His & Hers Bath robes
• Egyptian cotton bedding
• 32' inch Flatscreen TV in bedroom
• Ipod docking station
• 42' Flatscreen TV in lounge
• Toiletries and fresh towels
Add Special touches and book in advance for any special occasion...
• Bottle of Champagne on arrival
• Chocolate dipped Strawberries
• Fresh Flowers with your personal message
• Specially prepared meals from your private chef delivered to the apartment
• Full range of luxury spa treatments
Visiting Scotland means you have got to get to Glasgow, Scotland's largest city has all the hustle you will ever need and our Glasgow apartment sits right on the city doorstep.
The apartment is set within an iconic landmark across the Glasgow skyline, Speirs Wharf represents a magnificent piece of industrial heritage. The apartment is 4 minutes by car into the main city square or you can take a ten minute walk to Sauchiehall street.
In 1989 the development was converted from the warehouse building of Speirs Wharf, forming 150 loft-style residential apartments, a private leisure centre, and 19 commercial units. During the 19th Century, Speirs Wharf was at the hub of Glasgow's industrial revolution, with work commencing on the first phase of its development in 1811. The single building at the entrance to the development was built in 1812 as the offices for Forth & Clyde Navigation Co. In 1851, the City of Glasgow Grain Mills & Stores owned by John Currie & Co followed. Subsequent additions followed between 1869 and 1870. Originally the mills had 20 pairs of mill stones and a 100 horse power condensing engine.
Glasgow remains the city of choice in Scotland, the city has a well deserved reputation and is regularly voted the UK shopping destination outside of London. All tastes are catered for, from the more exclusive boutiques of Princes Square and the Italian Centre, to the independent retailers and thrift stores of the West End, and not forgetting the Glasgow institution The Barras Market.
For those with an interest in art, you will be glad to know that Glasgow is home to many galleries and museums, with wide and varied exhibitions, most of which are free to visit.
Music fans will love the vibrant music scene in Glasgow. Live music is a regular feature in many pubs, and the city itself hosts some of the biggest names in the UK and international music scene. Annual festivals are held in the city, including the Jazz Festival and Celtic Connections.
If sports and leisure is your thing, Glasgow is home to Scotland's two biggest football clubs. If you prefer to participate than to watch, there are a number of gyms, leisure clubs, and outdoor pursuits to keep you fit and help you to make new friends.
Glasgow by Night
Glasgow offers a vast selection of pubs and clubs throughout the city making it an extremely popular destination for it's nightlife.
The diverse range of restaurants across Glasgow's sprawling metropolis has something to offer everyone - whether you're planning a group function for a special occasion or just a business lunch. Glasgow has food as unique and cultured as it's visitors.
The West End of the city centre is filled with chic and sophisticated yet not pretentious pubs and cocktail bars, Ashton lane, a cobble stone alley is a popular haunt for tourists and locals and features a number or stylish bars such as Brel and Vodka Wokda. The adjoining Byres Road, a lengthy main road, offers similar styled bars albeit more due to its much larger size.
Sauchiehall Street is amongst the most popular nightlife hot spots in the city, the long road is crammed with pubs, clubs and restaurants. It features a wide range of fashionable bars, notable favourites include Bar Buddha, Campus (also a club), Driftwood, Firewater and many others. However areas such as Bath Street and others situated nearby also feature a wonderful selection of bars and although Sauchiehall Street is amongst the most popular, almost every street in the city centre is crammed with bars.
The Club scene in Glasgow is fantastic, with new clubs consistently being added to the already large number throughout the city. Sauchiehall Street boasts such favourites as Campus, Blanket, Destiny and the extremely popular Garage. Royal Exchange Square and nearby streets feature popular venues such as Mas, The Social, One up, Cathouse and The Tunnel. Many more are spread across the city centre.
With a large and vibrant gay community, the city centre features a number of gay bar and nightclubs as well as many clubs featuring their own gay night once a week. Popular venues include The Polo Lounge, AXM, Katies Bar, Moda, Delmonicas and the Revolver Bar, most of which are situated within the Merchant City Area.
There is something for everyone in Glasgow.