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Seton Guest House
6 Seton Terrace

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Seton Guest House is situated in a Victorian Terrace in a quiet residential area. All rooms are large and airy, it retains many of the original features including cornicing and stain glass windows, it is a Grade II listed terrace, which looks on to a small park area to the front of the house. The local railway station is some 300 yards from the house and takes about 4 minutes to reach the city centre.Glasgow is internationally renowned as one of the liveliest and most cosmopolitan modern city destinations in the Europe. The city thrives as a centre of style and vitality, stunningly set against a backdrop of outstanding Victorian urban architecture. Glasgow boasts a diverse range of world-famous art and cultural collections, a fabulous city shopping experience, and the most exciting and entertaining nightlife in Scotland. A must-visit is the rich splendour of Scotland's best-known architect, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, whose style still adorns an abundance of unique attractions throughout Scotland's most dynamic and modern city. Art and culture are central to Glasgow life, with world-class galleries and museums across the city. The visitor is spoiled for choice with over 20 cultural destinations, including the world's first Museum of Religion, as well as the renowned Burrell Collection in Pollok Country Park.We offer a warm friendly welcome, there is free parking with no restrictions at any time. All rooms come equipped with wash-hand basin, tea/coffee making facilities in all rooms, colour T.V. and all linen is supplied. A full Scottish Breakfast is also included in the price of the room and evening meals can be provided with prior arrangement. Check In from 12:00, Check Out 10:30. Smoking not permitted. Dogs and small pets are not allowed. Cancellation Policy. 48 Hours notice from the date of check in is required for a refund

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