History on Gleddoch

Gleddoch House is a Victorian mansion built by Scottish industrialist Sir James Lithgow in the 1920s. It has further since opened as a 70-bedroom four-star hotel, golf course, restaurant, spa, sports complex and wedding venue. The property, which includes an 18-hole golf course and spa, was once a favourite of royalty and celebrities given its features and picturesque position in the hills overlooking the river Clyde.

From its prime location, it’s no surprise that Gleddoch is a leading hotel near the city of Glasgow with excellent links to Loch Lomond. Thanks to its excellent facilities, outstanding golf and spa services, and not to mention the convenient location, Gleddoch offers the whole package for those looking to get away from it all. Whether you are looking for somewhere to stay close to the city centre, a countryside bolthole or the best hotels near Loch Lomond, Gleddoch has it all. Convenience and ease of access are some of the biggest drawing points, not to mention the excellent facilities or outstanding look and feel of the hotel.

Gleddoch is easily reachable from Glasgow city centre within 20 minutes and it’s just a short 15-minute journey from Glasgow International Airport. As one of the best hotels in the Glasgow area, it isn’t hard to see why people prefer the countryside atmosphere offered here at Gleddoch when compared to other Glasgow hotels.