Choose from 1,102 vacation rentals located in Glasgow, Scotland. Top filters in Glasgow include Internet / Wifi, TV, and Kitchen / Kitchenette. Prices range from £31 to £9,768 per night. Our most popular vacation rental types near Glasgow are Hotel and RV.

Top vacation rentals in Glasgow

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4.9
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Condo
 in Glasgow
Fantastic, spacious apartment in the heart of Glasgow.
4 guests · 2 bedrooms · 1 bath
Pool · Kitchen / Kitchenette · Internet / Wifi

This Condo in Glasgow, is the right price for your (business stay, family stays, couples stay, getaway vacation, etc.) today!

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4.0
Good(2,653 Reviews)
Hotel
 in Glasgow
4star
ABode Glasgow
Air conditioner · Internet / Wifi · Parking

Discover the beauty of Glasgow with a stay at ABode Glasgow, a top rated Hotel with amenities such as Air conditioner, Internet / Wifi and Laundry, and more.

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4.5
Excellent(1,189 Reviews)
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 in Glasgow
4star
Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow
Pool · Air conditioner · Internet / Wifi

Looking to create some memories in Glasgow? Look no further than our Hotel, Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow. Enjoy top-rated amenities including Air conditioner, Internet / Wifi and Laundry, and more.

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4.5
Excellent(3,440 Reviews)
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 in Glasgow
4star
Apex City of Glasgow Hotel
Kitchen / Kitchenette · Air conditioner · Internet / Wifi

Looking for a Hotel in Glasgow, this Hotel for £86 per night for your business stay, family stay, couples stay, getaway vacation, on your next trip.

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Exterior
5.0
Outstanding(38 Reviews)
Cottage
 in Glasgow
Park Mews - Glasgow Scotland
4 guests · 2 bedrooms · 2 baths
Kitchen / Kitchenette · Internet / Wifi · Parking

Experience the best of Glasgow with this Cottage available for £164. This property is equipped with amenities including Dishwasher, Internet / Wifi and Laundry, and more.

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4.3
Excellent(3,603 Reviews)
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 in Glasgow
4star
Hilton Glasgow
Pool · Air conditioner · Internet / Wifi

Indulge in a peaceful retreat at Hilton Glasgow, our elegant Hotel in Glasgow. Enjoy amenities including Air conditioner, Internet / Wifi and Laundry, and more.

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4.1
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DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow Central
Pool · Kitchen / Kitchenette · Air conditioner

Looking to create some memories in Glasgow? Look no further than our Hotel, DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow Central. Enjoy top-rated amenities including Air conditioner, Internet / Wifi and Laundry, and more.

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4.3
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 in Chryston
3star
Best Western Garfield House Hotel
Garden · Pets allowed · Internet / Wifi

Discover the beauty of Glasgow with a stay at Best Western Garfield House Hotel, a top rated Hotel with amenities such as Internet / Wifi, Laundry and Pets allowed, and more.

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Glasgow travel guide

Let us help you plan your perfect Glasgow vacation. Our travel guide highlights things to do, places to see, favorite vacation rental amenities in Glasgow, and more.

Frequently asked questions

Where Is Glasgow Located?

Located on the banks of the River Clyde, Glasgow stands proud in the western lowlands of West-Central Scotland. Sitting in the central belt of the country, Glasgow occupies a dream location, by sitting nearby several other popular Scottish towns and cities. If you fancy sampling alternative slices of the Scottish life, you can visit numerous places including Stirling, Falkirk, East Kilbride, Dumfries, and of course, Edinburgh – all of which are in accessible distance from Glasgow.

What Is Glasgow Known For?

Despite not being the capital city of Scotland, Glasgow provides disarming magnificence and sophistication in the many amenities that it provides. As the largest city in Scotland, Glasgow has become one of Britain’s most intriguing cities, with its grand collation of ornate architecture, fascinating museums, galleries, and vibrant nightlife. With a reputation for being the shopping capital of Scotland, Glasgow attracts highlanders, lowlanders, and everyone in between to shop until they splash the cash. With architectural gems, interesting museums to marvel at during the day, raucous nightclubs, trendy bars, and diverse eateries to sample during the night, nobody could ever get bored when in Glasgow.

Things to See in Glasgow

  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum: One of the largest art galleries in Glasgow, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is home to a “pick and mix” of historical and artistic treasures. Comprising 22 galleries that house a diverse range of exhibits from taxidermy to ancient Egyptian artefacts, the Kelvingrove Art Museum is the only place where you can find a model of a Spitfire plane alongside a stuffed animal head. Head up to the more classic definition of an art gallery, where you can find French impressionist works amongst Renaissance masterpieces. For any culture and art aficionado, a trip to Kelvingrove is an absolute must.
  • Glasgow Cathedral: Standing strong in the center of Glasgow, the Glasgow Cathedral is a shining example of Gothic architecture. Aplomb with beauty and decorated with meticulously ornate architectural details, the Glasgow Cathedral in definite must see when in Glasgow. Dating back from the 15th century, the Glasgow Cathedral presents a rare timelessness, as well as occupying a place within the modern Glaswegian cityscape.
  • Riverside Museum: A visual treat to the eyes, the Riverside Museum is an architectural marvel. Designed by famed British-Iraqi architect, Zaha Hadid, the museum is all sleek curves and glossy finish. However, as impressive as it is on the outside, it is nothing in comparison to the inside. With over 3,000 objects on display, from tricycles to trains, or strollers to a Stormtrooper, Riverside Museum is a tribute to the many mediums of transport that we take for granted. Pick up some gems of knowledge as you read the interactive displays, hop onto the old-school trains, trams, and buses to discover the rich shipbuilding history of Glasgow. Regardless of if you are a transportation buff, a trip to the Riverside Museum is always a good idea.

Popular Destinations Near Glasgow

  • Loch Lomond: Situated roughly 22 kilometers northwest from the center of Glasgow, Loch Lomond is the very epitome of natural Scottish beauty. A popular weekend destination for local Scots, as well as international visitors, the Loch became Scotland’s first designated national park in 2002. 21 rolling mountains — also known as “munros” — decorate the landscape, in addition to two lushly green forest parks, 22 tranquil lochs, and over 50 diverse special nature conservation sites that are home to varied ecosystems of wildlife. Soak in the natural Scottish beauty of Loch Lomond, whether you hike along the paths, cruise in style, or glide in a kayak. When you want to keep your feet dry, you can take a trip to the local small villages or the nearby aerial adventure park for a taste of something different.
  • Pitlochry: A small burgh located a mere hour and a half drive northeast of Glasgow, Pitlochry has established itself as one of the most scenic parts of the country since the Victorian times. After the 1842 visit from Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, who later bought the nearby royal residence of Balmoral, Pitlochry has developed into a Victorian-style tourist resort. The burgh is aplenty with old-world charm, where even the backstreet lanes seep with elegant antiquity. Known for its famous Festival Theater, salmon ladder, and as a center for hillwalking, Pitlochry attracts visitors from far and wide.

Best Neighborhoods in Glasgow

  • City Center: The beating heart of the city, the City Center is exactly what its name suggests. The district where locals and tourists work hard and play equally as hard, the City Center is alive with activity, from day to night, in sun or snow. Whether you ice skate on George Square during Christmas or storm the “Golden Z” — the Glaswegian shopping utopia — during the sales, there is something for everyone in the City Center. A congregation of diverse eateries, architectural gems and magnificent theaters, the City Center always promises a good time.
  • West End: Just like its London namesake, the West End pays tribute to the Scottish contribution towards art and culture. Unmistakably cool and oozing with charm, the West End is where the trendy kids hang out. Overloaded with intellectual gems, the West End is a never-ending gamut of art and culture, where art galleries, museums, and architectural marvels are dotted about in the hundreds. However, it’s not just all brains and books here. If you fancy letting your hair down, the West End is always buzzing with delightful eateries, hip shops, and super chic bars that promise a fun-filled night out/

What is the price range for rentals in Glasgow?

Vacation rentals in Glasgow have a price range between £31-£9,768. The average price for rentals in Glasgow is £113 per night.

What are the most popular vacation rental amenities in Glasgow?

  • Internet / Wifi
  • TV
  • Kitchen / Kitchenette

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