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Rosslea Hall Hotel, Helensburgh

Ferry Road, Rhu, Helensburgh, G848NF, UK View Map

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    Disabled Rooms
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    Private Car Park
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The Rosslea Hall Hotel, has a country house feel, on the outskirts of Helensburgh with views across the Firth.

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Built in 1849 the Rosslea Hall Hotel in Helensburgh makes a real impression, even before you walk through the door. This stunning Victorian mansion, built for a wealthy merchant has recently undergone a £1 million refurbishment (2013)
Overlooking the Firth of Clyde in the picturesque village of Rhu, close to Helensburgh, Rosslea Hall nestles in its own tranquil coastal grounds, many of the rooms also offer fine views down the Firth.
In addition there is a new restaurant and lounge bar offering fine food and drinks and a recently refurbished, purpose built conference room and a function and events suite with new conservatory overlooking the bay.

The Rosslea Hall Hotel in Helensburgh offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.

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Ground Floor Rooms
Family Room for 3
Family Room for 4
Walk In Showers

The Rosslea Hall Hotel in Helensburgh has 30 tastefully decorated en-suite bedrooms. All the bedrooms were newly refurbished in 2007 in keeping with the Rosslea Hall Hotels historic background.
All rooms offer king size beds, power showers, LCD flat screen TV's and complimentary Wi-Fi. Some rooms boast stunning views over the Firth of Clyde and the magnificent gardens making our short breaks a pleasurable end enjoyable experience.

The Rosslea Hall Hotel also offers upgraded rooms for an extra supplement

Superior Room - This offers a slightly larger rooms with views over the Firth of Clyde.

Honeymoon Suite - The largest room in the hotel offers luxurious furnishings, a 4 poster bed and stunning views.

Bar & Restaurant

The Rosslea Hall Hotel, Helensburgh offers 2 excellent restaurants - the Point Restaurant and the Conservatory Restaurant.
Both provide excellent service and cooks all dishes using fresh local produce and offers fantastic views out over the Firth of Clyde.
The Glen Fuin Bar offers guests traditional pub meals and wide selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. In the warmer months guests can also sit in the beer garden.

Dinner is served from: 6:30pm - 9:45pm

Breakfast is served from: 7am - 9:30am

Directions to the Rosslea Hall in Helensburgh

From Glasgw - travel westbound on the M8, exit at Junction 30 onto the M898. Travel over Erskine Bridge and take the exit for Crianlarich onto the A82 to Dumbarton. At the junction with the A814, turn left and at the roundabout follow signs for Helensburgh. Continue on the A814 for a further 10 miles. Continue along the water front, following the road and you will come to Ferry Road and the hotel is on the left hand side.

Horse Riding
Golf in Local Area

There are many attractions and places to visit within Helensburgh and surrounding areas. The area is steeped with history with important country houses, beautiful parklands and gardens and naturally the first class sea views. Why not visit Glenarn which is a special woodland garden with a Himalayan atmosphere, Hill House which is considered to be Scotland's famous designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh's finest domestic creation or nearby Loch Lomond Shores at Balloch.

Rosslea Hall in Helensburgh lies in an area rich in history, with important country houses, beautiful parklands and gardens and, of course, unrivalled sea views. But there are also lots of more contemporary activities to enjoy in the Helensburgh area, including sporting activities and speciality shopping. And it’s all within an easy drive of the dynamic visitor attractions of Scotland’s biggest city, Glasgow