We offer you a clean comfortable double room in a red sandstone family home. The bathroom is shared with ourselves, but is right next to the guest room. There is free street parking. The house has a wood burning stove and if i'm not chopping or sawing wood, then i'm probably sourcing it from nearby from skips or fallen trees. We're two mins from the bus stop, ten minutes from a choice of two train stations and have a wealth of cafes, restaurants and pubs nearby
A bright airy and spacious freshly decorated room overlooking the rear garden.
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Either myself or Stephen will be happy to help in any way we can.
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Titwood Road is very easy to access. If you're arriving by plane, then the airport bus is the cheapest way to get into the city centre. Thereafter there is the choice of a taxi which will cost around eight pounds, a bus to Queens Park which will be just over two pounds or a train costing around two pounds to either Queens Park station or Crossmyloof station. If you're coming by bus, get on a 38, 3 or 57 from Renfield Street and get off at the beginning of Queens Park. Titwood Road is the road on the corner of McMillans Steak House. We are the second house on the left. if you're getting the train to Queens Park from the city centre, come off the train and turn right. Up the steps and turn left, then first right. This will take you onto Pollockshaws Road. Turn left and take the road on the right at McMillans steak bar. If you're getting the train to Crossmyloof Station, go up the steps and cross over Minard Road onto Titwood road. Make sure you're heading towards Queens Park. We are the second last house on the right before McMillans steak house on the corner.
Since this is a family home where Stephen and I live, i would hope guests would respect this and refrain from holding (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) calls and similar after 11 pm.
Because we are both up by 6.30 am I'm afraid arrivals can be no later than 9.30 during the week.
Please note there is no access to kitchen facilities.
I live in a terraced house on the south side of Glasgow. I have two grown up daughters - one on her travels at the moment and one studying on a post grad course in Edinburgh. I've lived here for seven years now, with my partner, turning the place from a very run down house into a lovely home. We've got three hens - Phylis, Diety and Mini Minx who are very obliging and supply us with eggs on a daily basis. I work full time as a radio producer and enjoy cycling, gardening and chopping copious amounts of wood for the wood burning stove.