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Once the home of the shipping baron, Sir William Lithgow, the Gleddoch House Golf Hotel and Spa sits within 360 acres with spectacular views over the River Clyde, Ben Lomond and the rolling Renfrewshire hills. With its 70 en suite bedrooms, it makes for an ideal base from which to explore Scotland.
There is a 6,350 yard, 18-hole championship golf course in the hotel grounds, presenting golfers of all abilities a sincerely challenging round, matched only by the stunning views.
The hotel’s leisure club is the perfect place to unwind, with a swimming pool, gym, sauna and steam room. There are also a variety of blissful treatments and therapies to choose from in the Inspired Spa - a wonderfully indulgent way to relax and recharge.
The Gleddoch House Hotel has 70 magnificent en suite bedrooms, all elegantly furnished and individually designed. Most of the rooms also offer views across the golf course, gardens and surrounding estate.
In the Gleddoch House Golf Hotel and Spa’s restaurant and lounge, guests can sample a wonderful array of dishes, made using the finest of Scottish ingredients. The menus are complemented by a wide selection of fine wines, and guests can kick back and relax in good company, with fantastic food, surpassed only by the stunning views over the golf course and Clyde Estuary.
Gleddoch House Hotel boasts a spectacular 6,350 yard parkland and moorland golf course overlooking the Clyde Estuary and the Kilpatrick Hills beyond.
Designed in the early 1970’s by Hamilton Stutt, the golf club offers golfers of all levels a challenging round on what must be one of Scotland’s most scenic courses. Located high in the Renfrewshire hills, golfers will play against the spectacular panoramic backdrop of the surrounding countryside.
The 18 hole championship course is open to visitors and Gleddoch plays host to many corporate and charity golf days, tailored perfectly to suit the requirements of the client. A variety of golf packages are available, from 18 holes with lunch to 36 holes with full catering and overnight accommodation.
The club also offers a 4 hole academy course and 300 yard practice ground. The golf shop can provide lessons and full equipment hire.
With its state of the art conference facilities, Gleddoch House Hotel is an ideal venue for a business meeting or conference.
The hotel caters for private and corporate functions, including day seminars and private dinners for up to 180 guests.
The hotel’s business events team can help make a business function a success, taking care of everything from the stationery and room set-up, to the catering and team-building activities. They will be on hand throughout the day itself, to make sure things run smoothly and the event is a complete success.
Business guests who stay overnight can take advantage of the hotel’s exclusive room rates. Gleddoch also offers a range of day and 24 hour rates
With its picturesque private grounds, landscaped gardens and stunning views of the River Clyde and Ben Lomond, its easy to see why the Gleddoch House Hotel makes for a picture-perfect wedding venue.
The hotel is licensed to host civil ceremonies and partnerships and, with plenty of space, can comfortably host both the wedding and reception.
There’s a dedicated wedding planner to guide you through every last detail of the event - from the first enquiry to the time you head off on honeymoon. Nothing is left to chance.
After the ceremony and wedding breakfast, you can retire to a luxurious bridal suite with stunning views. The following morning, you can start your married life with a champagne breakfast served in your room - or join your guests in the main restaurant for a hearty Scottish breakfast and a chance to reminisce over the highlights of the big day.
If required, the hotel can arrange transport to the airport.
Loch Lomond is one of the world’s most famous lochs. In fact, the area is renowned for its beauty, tranquility and picture-postcard views all year round.
There’s plenty to see and do in and around the Gleddoch House Hotel. The Scottish Maritime Centre Braehead explores this history of shipbuilding and maritime heritage, taking visitors on a journey through 300 years in the life of the world famous river. For something a little different, the Glasgow Science Centre has three floors packed with exhibits, cafes and shop.
For city goers, there’s Glasgow itself. Heralded as Scotland’s capital of style and culture, it its home to charming cafes, impressive museums and art galleries, and an infamous vibrant nightlife.
Gleddoch House Hotel is the perfect place to take time out and relax. First, guests can have free use of all the leisure facilities, which include a heated indoor swimming pool, sauna and steam room. For those looking to burn energy, there’s a fully equipped gym.
If that all sounds like hard work, then why not indulge in a spa treatment. The hotel has Elemis trained professional therapists, who offer guests the ultimate pampering experience using a range of wonderful Elemis products.
Take M8 to Glasgow, follow signs all the way to M8 Greenock, pass the Airport. Continue on the M8 then onto A8 signposted Greenock/ Gourock. Continue on past Junction 31 and you willl come to a roundabout, take the left exit into the village of Langank. Continue to your left under the railway bridge and at the top of the hill take a right and follow the road to Gleddoch House Hotel.