Pipersí Tryst Hotel (Glasgow) Reviews
Description:Pipers' Tryst / 30-34 McPhater Street / Glasgow / G4 0HW / Scotland.
Newest Review: ... Piper's Tryst has a fabulously convenient location in the Cowcddens area of Glasgow City centre. It is very handy for the Theatre Royal and the Scottish TV Studios being located opposite them. It is also pretty centrally located for all the shopping areas especially Sauchiehall Street and the Buchanan Galleries. The hotel was ideal for us as it was less than a five minute walk from Buchanan ... more
Customer Pipersí Tryst Hotel (Glasgow) Reviews (2)
by Anna Scott - written on 19/02/08
I thoroughly enjoyed my meal at the Pipers' Tryst Restaurant. The staff were really friendly and the service was good. We opted for the pre theatre meal which was very reasonably priced, and very tasty. Unfortunately for us we had already booked our accomodation at another htoel, but having looked in at one of the rooms, i will be booking here next time. I
by - written on 09/10/06 (Very useful, 1063 readings)
It is always a pleasure to visit Glasgow, as it is one of my favourite cities. I normally stay with friends when I visit. However the purpose of my last visit to Glasgow was to attend a dear friend's wedding, so a hotel was needed to be booked. We decided on the Piper's Tryst in the Glasgow City Centre. It is part of the National Piping Centre, which was extremely convenient for us as that was where the wedding reception was so all we had to do was stagger a few yards to get back to our hotel room after the reception finished. The Piper's Tryst is a small cosy hotel. I 'm not sure if you can even describe it as a hotel as it has only eight rooms. It is more ... Read the complete review
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