McLays Guest House

Bed and Breakfast in Glasgow, Strathclyde

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260 - 276 RENFREW STREET Charing Cross
Glasgow
Strathclyde
Scotland
G3 6TT

McLays Guest House, Glasgow

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McLays offers great value budget accommodation in the heart of the city centre. We are superbly located for visiting Glasgows many museums and art galleries and just minutes away from Glasgows finest shopping streets Sauchiehall Street and Buchanan Street where in addition you shall find an excellent selection of restaurants, bars, cinemas, nightclubs etc.All the main transport points Glasgow Central Station, Queen Street Station and Buchanan Bus Station are easily accessible. We are approx 1520 minutes walk from all or 5 minutes by taxi.

Please note the walk from all these stations is all uphill in particular from Central and Queen Street Stations, if you have heavy baggage or have walking difficulties a taxi is strongly recommended.The rooms also have television, satellite channels, teacoffee facilities and telephone. The rooms are available from 1.00pm onwards and the check out time is 11am. If you arrive before 1.00pm you can leave your baggage with us.We serve breakfast daily from 7am to 9am.We do not have a car park and parking is on the street only and is restricted due to our very central location.

Glasgow City Council has a voucher scheme in operation for parking and we can supply the vouchers on their behalf for a nominal cost to enable parking. The cost from 4pm to 8am the next day is £2.00. The cost from 8am to 2pm is £2.00.

The cost from 8am to 4pm is £4.00. There is also a 24 hour multi-storey car park 2 minutes drive away from the guest house.McLays Guest House has 81 bedrooms and guests can choose between single rooms, twin rooms, double rooms, family rooms with 1 double and 1 single bed and family rooms with 1 double and 2 single beds. We have 58 rooms with ensuite showertoilet and 23 rooms with wash-hand basin which share communal bathrooms on the corridors.Guests can enjoy relaxing, chatting, reading or watching television in one of the 2 spacious and comfortably furnished TV lounges.

McLays has 4 dining rooms offering a choice of breakfast menu complimentary to all guests.We also have for guests use, computers for internet access, there is a £2.00 cost for 30 minutes use, if you have your own laptop then we provide free wi-fi access but only around our public areas, a access code is required for this which we will provide.We have a lift but in only in one of the four buildings which make up the guest house. We are in a particularly hilly part of the city centre, there are also 15 steps from street level to our main entrance.Please note any reservation for more than one room or any reservation which is for all male groups are accepted but at our discretion only and a deposit may be asked for, we decide the amount of the deposit, if the reservation is not willing to pay a deposit then we will not accept the reservation.

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