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Uplawmoor Hotel
66 Neilston Road

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Uplawmoor Hotel, set in the picturesque hills of Renfrewshire, near Glasgow. Uplawmoor Hotel & Restaurant is a small independent hotel, personally managed by Stuart & Emma Peacock who offer visitors to Scotland comfortable accommodation facilities, combined with traditional Scottish food, drink and a genuine friendly welcome. Located in the tranquil village of Uplawmoor, just 25 minutes drive from Glasgow City Centre and Airport, 15 minutes to Braehead Shopping Centre, close to the Ayrshire border and 30 minutes from Prestwick Airport.

Our 14 well appointed bedrooms are all en-suite with showers and offer satellite TV, direct-dial telephone, tea/coffee making facilities and natural spring water. Included is a traditional Scottish Breakfast, cooked to order with freshly ground Coffee or Tea. Fresh natural produce is the key to the highly acclaimed cuisine at Uplawmoor. Our Restaurant has recently been awarded a 2nd AA Rosette, is recommended by the Taste of Scotland guide and were finalists in the Scottish Tourist Board prestigious Thistle Awards Natural Cooking of Scotland category. Therefore, you can be sure of our commitment to quality ingredients and fine food whether choosing from our imaginative A la Carte or seasonal Table d'hote menus in the restaurant, or taking a simpler meal in our relaxing Lounge Bar. During the summer, visitors can also enjoy the Beer Garden, leading into the village park. We pride ourselves on our friendly and personal service renowned in the local area.

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