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Houston, Texas
Reviewed 29 March 2013

Arriving late on a dark, cold night in January, Elizabeth welcomed our family in, immediately caring for four weary travelers. She showed us to our rooms which were incredibly comfortable and filled with every convenience and thoughtful touch. We shared a bathroom, but our one room included a sink and shower which was lovely. She then explained how to work...

1Thank 677SusanM150
Avignon, France
Reviewed 8 October 2012

here I am again in Glasgow for a short shopping & gigs breakaway and where else to stay than here? Elizabeth & Jamie are still the nicest people I know ! this place is really a hidden jewel ! hope you'll get more and more guests ! Clean, cheap, comfy, convenient if you like Football and the Celtics - Parkhead...

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Avignon, France
Reviewed 30 November 2011

...well this last trip to Glasgow was my third within a year & as usual I stayed with the Morrisons' ... Charming people, charming place, cosy & comfy .. and if you are travelling on a budget, this is the place to stay ... much better than a youth hostel !!! Hearty breakfast, great location to enjoy the Barras Market...

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Fort Worth
Reviewed 3 June 2011

We loved this charming little bed and breakfast. We did have to share a bathroom, but that was no problem to us as our room had its own shower, TV, and free wi-fi. Even better was the woman who runs it. I can't even explain all of the things she did to help us out, even going so far as...

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Newcastle, Australia
Reviewed 8 October 2010

Met male host, very short on hospitality upon arrival. Met female host the next morning and she very hospitalable. Breakfast very tasty. Shared facilities was not advertised. The bed and pillows were very uncomfortable (a prerequisite for travellers). My husband did a James Bond with his shoe and killed a huge spider in our room that night.

3Thank lee2290
Kaitaia, New Zealand
Reviewed 2 June 2010

Owner was awesome, thought we had known her for years! So helpful, even bought us a bottle of wine! The home was warm, cosy and just what we wanted. Very handy to town - even to walk in heels! I cannot speak highly enuf of this charming B&B and I will make every effort to stay again when we travel...

1Thank Smudgie1
Reviewed 15 September 2009

Voluminous airy quiet room, comfortable beds, spotless linen, terrific display of artwork, sumptuous breakfast, close to transport, gracious knowledgeable host. Shared toilet/shower - no problems and abundant towels/soap etc. Mr and Mrs Morrison make you feel like one of the family. An absolute gem compared to those I used in Europe.

1Thank HuahinCharlie
Reviewed 7 May 2008

Craigielea House is an extremely pleasant B&B in Glasgow, within walking distance of the touristy area of downtown (shopping, main streets, Modern Art gallery), the Provand's Lordship, the Glasgow Cathedral, St. Mungo's Museum of Religious Life, and the necropolis. It's also just a couple of blocks from a very nice restaurant, Tibo. I should say that Craigielea is in a...

1Thank calamondin
Reviewed 12 January 2008

Our party of 6 stayed with Mrs. Morrison for 3 nights in June 2000. She is a delightful, funny and warm hostess who also happened to be a docent at the nearby Glasgow Cathedral. She had great suggestions for restaurants in walking distance. We felt right at home. The rooms were large and clean, breakfast was served in our rooms...

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Additional Information about Craigielea Guesthouse

Address: 35 Westercraigs, Glasgow G31 2HY, Scotland
Region: United Kingdom > Scotland > Glasgow
Number of rooms: 4
Also Known As:
Craigielea Guesthouse Glasgow, Scotland
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  • At what time does the pool open each day?

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“groung floor rooms available .Toilet shared downstairs bathroom upstairs no lift no good for wheelchair users as on upper floor”
 of 5 bubbles karenmW8886EA, 5 Jun 2015 | Read review
“Swimming pool is terrible because it doesn't have one lol....”
 of 5 bubbles GillNBrad, 25 Jun 2014 | Read review
“We had a shared batroom but everything is clean and there is no queue.”
 of 5 bubbles 187inesf, 20 Sep 2013 | Read review
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