Glasgow + The South

Glasgow + The South Travel Guide

Articles about Glasgow + The South

By Ann Babe

To fully explore the bucolic beauty of Argyll, rent a car and roam. It may feel like you're going nowhere—but isn't that the best part?

By Nicola McCormack
By Travel + Leisure Staff
By Stephen Drucker
Surely you’ve played this game: Are you a hotel person, or an inn person? My answer has always been firm: I am not an inn person. The homey rooms, the cheerful “And what did you do today?” every time you come through the door, the enthusiastic sh...
By Lynn Yaeger
See Our Guide to Great Britain Please don’t call it a fascinator!” instructs the avant-garde Scottish milliner William Chambers, proudly showing me a hat that he constructed from raffia and pink drinking straws. As I stare wide-eyed at the rows o...

Hotels in Glasgow + The South

Shell Shock, a modern izakaya (Japanese tavern), combines the talents of James Beard Award-winning chef Nobuo Fukuda and native restaurateur Peter Kasperski. Expect Asian dishes, like katsu burgers and tempura squash blossoms.

Restaurants in Glasgow + The South

Run by husband and wife Greig and Alice Ramsay in a tiny village outside of Perthshire, Scotland, the menu is both local and seasonal—try a goat-cheese appetizer, an entrée of pancetta-wrapped salmon with baby asparagus, and a trio of chocolate desserts.

Things to do in Glasgow + The South

The House of Bruar, a compound of buildings surrounding a courtyard, including the Men’s and Women’s Wear Hall, Food Hall, Knitwear and Cashmere Hall, Country Living Hall, and Rod and Reel restaurant, takes its architectural cues (whitewashed stucco; slate roofs) from a traditional Victorian hunt