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A beautiful listed Georgian regency townhouse hotel with 15 en-suite rooms with all modern facilities. Located in the Central conservation area just minutes from the high street, museum, university and other town center attractions. Glasgow central is only 10 minutes away by rail...
Very comfortable. Excellent breakfast. friendly and helpful staff. conveniently located walk to down town, train station, abbey, museum, restaurants, etc. easy parking. nice and safe places to walk in morning and evening.
The owners couldn’t do more to make our stay more comfortable. The room was a great size with windows on both sides (on the top floor), bathroom clean, kettle and refreshments top up each day.
The breakfast although a small room was efficient and tasty....More
My 16 year old son flew to Glasgow to do a course at the University. It was his first time travelling alone so I booked a room for him at the Ashtree and then phoned the Hotel to let them know. The manager was just...More
Very friendly family run business. The staff are so accommodating, kind & helpful. The hotel is peaceful, clean & very homely. Paisley itself isn’t much to write home about, however there are very regular trains into Glasgow Central.
Room was spacious and an old wardrobe provided plenty of storage space which is something which many of the more modern hotels lack. The bed was comfortable and we appreciated being able to relax on a large sofa - again many modern hotels fail to...More
Response from Julietta66 | Reviewed this property |
Taxi or bus from Paisley Cross (about 5 minutes walk) next to the Town Hall. Tell the taxi driver to take the motorway or you get trapped in the back streets of Paisley during rush hour (advice from a taxi driver!)
Response from Lynn4sure | Reviewed this property |
The breakfast was served around 8:00 but we had an afternoon flight. Also, breakfast is not buffet style, you order from a menu. I would eat at the airport because as said you need to be at the airport around 5:30.