Author Archives: Sandy Meiklejohn

Monte Carlo Rally

Just announced – October 2010 – Glasgow is a starting point for the 2011 rally. In late January, competitors will leave from Blythswood Square in Glasgow to travel to Monte Carlo. Adelaides Guest House is the nearest guest house to … finish reading Monte Carlo Rally

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Internet Access

We now have internet access available for guests in our reception lounge. We would love to make wi-fi internet access available throughout our building and especially in our guests room but as a very old building our walls are extremely … finish reading Internet Access

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Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Reopened in 2006 after a £28m refurbishment, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is certainly worth a visit when in Glasgow. Only a ten minute bus ride from Adelaides, it is another jewel in Glasgow’s crown – not to be missed. In … finish reading Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

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Mitchell Library and Tracing Your Ancestors

For those interested in their ancestors, Glasgow’s Mitchell Library is a marvellous starting point. Adelaides Guest House is only 3 blocks from the Mitchell and is ideally placed for those wanting to research their family history. The Library is also … finish reading Mitchell Library and Tracing Your Ancestors

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Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Charles Rennie Mackintosh is celebrated as one of the most creative figures of the early 20th century – read more about his work, his buildings and events celebrating his life on the web site of the CRM Society and a celebratory Charles Rennie … finish reading Charles Rennie Mackintosh

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Glasgow’s Festivals

Each year,  a wide range of Festivals takes place in Glasgow – Celtic Connections in January, Aye Write the Glasgow Comedy Festival in the Spring, the Glasgow Art Fair in George Square in April and in June the West End Festival. In July the increasingly popular … finish reading Glasgow’s Festivals

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