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Uplawmoor Hotel, Glasgow

66 Neilston Road, Uplawmoor, Glasgow, East Renfrewshire, G784AF, UK
Commended

Food

Rosette
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  • Free Wifi
    Free Wifi
  • Private Car Park
    Private Car Park
  • Entertainment
    Entertainment
  • Walk-in Showers
    Walk-in Showers
  • Golf in Local Area
    Golf in Local Area

The Uplawmoor Hotel is a 3 Gold Star Small  & friendly Hotel on the south side of Glasgow with a delicious AA Rosette Restaurant

Nicola RobertsonAttractions Supervisor
Rooms & Facilities
Facilities: swipe to see more
  • Free Wifi
    Free Wifi
  • Private Car Park
    Private Car Park
  • Entertainment
    Entertainment
  • Walk-in Showers
    Walk-in Showers
  • Golf in Local Area
    Golf in Local Area

Number of Bedrooms: 14

Parking Spaces: 40

Steps into Hotel: 0

Check In Time: 2pm

Check Out Time: 11am

The Uplawmoor Hotel near Glasgow is nestled in the small tranquil village of Uplawmoor. This 3 star little Renfrewshire hotel is only minutes from Glasgow and some of the very best shopping, sightseeing and touring, historical monuments and attractions, golf and outdoor activities Scotland offers.

This lovely country style hotel features 14 tastefully decorated bedrooms each equipped to guarantee you total comfort. Each of the double, twin or family rooms have ensuite facilities with showers or shower over bath and free WIFI.

Having been awarded an AA Rosette, fresh natural produce is the key to the highly acclaimed cuisine at Uplawmoor Restaurant and Hotel. The Steak with Haggis signature dish, is said to “inspire gasps of admiration”. Therefore you can be sure of the commitment to quality ingredients and fine food whether choosing from the A La Carte or seasonal Dinner menus in the restaurant or taking a simple meal in the relaxing lounge bar.

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

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Bedrooms

tick TV
tick Tea/Coffee
tick Iron/Board
tick Toiletries
tick Hairdryer
tick Telephone
tick Room Service
tick Cots Supplied
tick Wifi
tick Family Room for 3
tick Family Room for 4
tick Interconnecting Rooms
tick Complimentary Bottled Water
tick Walk In Showers

Expect, and enjoy, 14 lovely guest rooms, ideal for all - families, couples, single travellers and lady travellers, whether travelling on business or leisure.

Each bedroom features ensuite with shower or shower over bath, guest toiletries, flat screen tv, direct dial telephone, hair dryer, tea and coffee making facilities, bottled water, free WIFI, fire alarm with light.

Family Rooms
Standard size double bed and single bed in the main room ensuite with shower over bath, small adjoining room with children’s bunk beds and small child’s bed. Selection of children’s toys and DVDS.

Bar & Restaurant

tick TV with Sky Channels
tick Games Room
tick Outdoor Dining Terrace

The Head Chef, who since 1994 has committed himself and his team to preparing creative imaginative dishes from fresh, locally sourced produce. Typically, butchery supplies are sourced from WP Tulloch of Paisley who uses just five particular farms in the local area, including his own, which has the highly regarded reputation for breeding top quality Aberdeen Angus.


In the morning, after a great night's sleep, you will be served a full Scottish breakfast, including delicious local Black Pudding. On a cold frosty morning however, a bowl of hot porridge oats is just what you need to get you started (and will help put hairs on your chest!). If you prefer, a varied buffet selection for the healthier option is available, including fresh fruit, cereal and choice of fruit & herbal teas or freshly ground coffee.

Midweek meals are hosted in the family LOUNGE BAR combining relaxed yet efficient service with friendly staff offering a wide choice of freshly prepared dishes and daily changing specials there is something for everyone.

The Dinner Menu is available in the RESTAURANT, originally an old beamed barn it provides more occasion dining with professional, attentive service on Friday and Saturday evenings and Sunday lunches also an Early Evening Menu is available between 6pm and 7pm on these days

Sample Menus

Main Menu

Early Dinner Menu

Dinner Menu

High Tea Menu

OPENING HOURS
Restaurant
Friday 6pm – 9pm
Saturday 12noon - 2pm 6pm - 9pm
Sunday 12pm – 7.30pm
Monday – Thursday by arrangement

Lounge Bar
Coffee & Drinks 11.00am – 11.00pm (12am Fri & Sat)
Food 12.00pm – 9.30pm (9pm Sun & Mon)

Young diners
It is our policy that children under the age of 12 years are welcome when dining with adults. We would ask that you book an arrival time of 7.00 pm giving you ample time to enjoy your meal and the children to vacate the premises before 10.00 pm.

The COCKTAIL BAR is the perfect environment to indulge in a classical cocktail from our extensive list, also a perfect place to relax by the fireside after dinner.

The Uplawmoor is also recommended by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) Guide and during the summer, visitors can also enjoy the beer garden, which leads onto the village park.

Location & Directions

Directions to Uplawmoor Hotel near Glasgow

Local Railway Station - Neilston [3 miles]

Directions From Glasgow City Centre
Follow M8 towards Glasgow Airport
Exit Junction 22 onto M77 signposted Kilmarnock
Exit junction 2 onto B762 signposted Barrhead
Follow A736 through Barrhead towards Irvine
Village is 4 miles beyond Barrhead on Left just past Shilford Petrol station

Directions From Glasgow Airport (Via Howwood)
Follow A737 towards Irvine
Turn Left at Howwood
Follow B776 To A736 (Caldwell Golf Club)
Turn Left onto A736
Over bridge 1sr right into village of Uplawmoor
Uphill around corner hotel is on right hand side

Directions From Prestwick Airport
Follow A78 towards Irvine
Turn Left at Warrix Interchange
Turn off at Glasgow
First Left Newmoor Roundabout (Ignore Glasgow Signs)
Follow Sign for Newmoor North
Follow Sign for A736 and stay on this road until sign for Uplawmoor
Over bridge 1sr right into village of Uplawmoor
Uphill around corner hotel is on right hand side

All journeys take around 30 minutes

Notice Board

Hotel Notice Board

.DBB Package include 3 courses from Early Evening Menu or £15 allowance towards our main menu

Things to See and Do
tick Walking
tick Curling
tick Horse Riding
tick Cycling
tick Fishing
tick Horse Racing
tick Golf in Local Area
tick Climbing

Being a small village there is not too much to do except relax and enjoy the peace and quiet, but that is it's charm, it's not what's here, but what's near!

Uplawmoor is the perfect Hub for sampling many of the best places that our diverse nation has to offer, a day at a time.

Less than half an hour drive from Glasgow International Airport and all the hustle and bustle of the city centre. Half an hour in the opposite direction is Prestwick Airport and the heart of Ayrshire, with world famous golf courses and the start of the Burns Trail.

Or if you are en-route to the highlands and islands, it is equally convenient for Loch Lomond National Park and Clyde Coast ferry services.

Gleniffer Braes Country Park, Glenfield Road, south of Paisley. 1,300 acres of woodland and moorland with walks and panoramic views over the Clyde valley.

Finlaystone Estate (A8 near Langbank) - the seat of the current Chief of the Clan MacMillan, with woodland walks, formal garden, adventure playground, restored Victorian kitchen and laundry, plus extensive exhibitions of dolls, natural history and Celtic art.

Clyde Murshiel Regional Park has two major attractions in the vicinity:

Lunderston Bay, A770 Gourock - Inverkip Road, beautiful coastline with gorgeous scenery for walkers.

Cornalees Bridge Centre, by Loch Thom just outside of Greenock, has woodland, moorland and hillwalks along the historic Greenock Cut with panoramic views of the Estuary. Activities include archery, orienteering and sailing plus excellent wildlife displays at the Visitors Centre.

The RSPB Nature Reserve, Lochwinnoch, situated within Clyde Murshiel is one of the few remaining wetland sites in the west of Scotland. With a platform & tower, giving excellent views over the marshland & loch.

Nearby, is the World famous Greenacres Curling Club, Home of the Olympic Champions! .

Glasgow is Scotland's commercial capital and provides some of the best shopping in the UK outside of London. The cultural and entertainment scenes are buzzing, whether your tastes run to fine arts or clubbing. All municipal museums and galleries are free. 

Braehead Retail Park & Ikea Glasgow’s newest shopping destination, near to Glasgow Airport, Free Parking!

Princes’ Square Shopping Centre
Home to Glasgow’s Designer Shops located in the City Centre

SECC
Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre is a popular venue for various concerts & exhibitions

 

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