The staff is super friendly and everyone is so kind! I had a fantastic stay. The room was excellent: silent, comfy and very beautiful. Also the food was simply wonderful. Mclays Guest House is a place where you can truly feel like you're at home
- Mclays Guest House
- 264-276 Renfrew St Charing Cross Glasgow G3 6TT Scotland
- Group Name :
- Independent Hotel
- Type :
- 2 Star B&B
- Size :
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Don’t let your budget stop you from staying in the centre of Glasgow. McLays bed and breakfast offers really affordable rooms and is very close to chic Sauchiehall Street. McLays helpful and friendly staff will be on hand as soon as you arrive to help you to make the most of what Glasgow has to offer. Whether you’re a tourist looking for a cheap Glasgow hotel close to historic attractions or just visiting to try out the huge variety of pubs and night clubs on offer, McLays is definitely for you!
McLays occupies three Victorian town houses and has a range of basic rooms to suit your budget. You can stay in a single, double, twin or family room equipped with satellite TV, telephone and tea and coffee making equipment. If you have a little bit of flexibility in your budget you can pay slightly more for a room with en-suite but if money is tight, rooms with shared bathrooms are available. There’s a guest lounge with TV if you want to relax or meet some of the other guests of McLays.
24 Hour Reception / All News Channel / Central Heating / Coffee/Tea Maker / Colour Television / Desk / Direct Dial Phone / Family Friendly / Fire Escape / Gardens / Movie Channel / Pay-Phones / Phone / Shared bathroom / Shower / Smoke Detectors / Tea & Coffee / Television Lounge / Toilet / Wake Up Service / Wash Basin / Wireless Internet Access
Renfrew Street is parallel to Sauchiehall Street in the West End, which is perfect if you’re looking to sample some great pubs, restaurants, and nightclubs during your Glasgow stay. If shopping is the ultimate reason for your trip then Buchanan Street is only a few minutes walk from McLays. You can walk to other famous Glasgow attractions such as Willow Tea Rooms and the Mclellan Galleries within five minutes. George Square, the most central point in Glasgow, is just fifteen minutes walk away.
Check in from: 2:00 pm
Check out by: 11:00 am
The reception is open 24 hours a day.
Please note the hotel will not accept bookings from large all male parities of football supporters, football teams and stag parties.
Therefore, if you are booking as an all male group – please state the reason for your visit in the special requests section of your booking form.
- By Train:
- Get a train to Glasgow Central Station or Queens Street Station. The McLays hotel is only a short taxi ride or walk from either station.
- By Car:
Leave the M8 at junction 17 and merge onto the A82, Great Western Road. This
will be signposted Dumbarton. At the end of the slip road turn left onto West
Graham Street which is signposted for the city centre. Turn right onto
Garnethill Street and right again onto Buccleuch Street. Keep going and this
will lead you onto Renfrew Street, which is where McLays is located.
Glasgow airport is only seven miles from McLays.
- On Foot:
From Glasgow Central Station exit onto Hope Street and turn right. Keep walking
straight up Hope Street and turn left into Renfrew Street. Walk along this
street, almost to the end, and you will find McLays.
From Queen Street Station exit onto Bath Street and turn left. Walk up Bath Street and turn right onto Hope Street, then follow the directions above.
Mclays Guest House Reviews
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Welcome was really nice and the room really comfy with everything we needed. Very comfortable bed. Polite lovely staff amd a very enjoyable breakfast. We often visit Scotland and will stay book Mclays Guest House again and recommend to other friends. Thank you
We stayed in this pleasant guest house for 2 nights and we chose it as it was close to the city centre and was reasonably priced. We found the staff helpful and friendly. The service was good for breakfast and meals warm. The bedroom was clean though a bit dark due to its rear position. We picked up a carry out for an evening meal as there are plenty located less than 2 minutes away in Sachiehall St. Overall, Mclays Guest House is a good spot to stay in Glasgow
Seems bit expensive when compared to the budget for a double room. Although tried breakfast in so many other London hotels, here the breakfast was ok not to that standard breakfast. Cleanliness was good and had a speedy wifi