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SERVICES SINCE 1896

Magnificent 4 star baronial hotel crafted in rich red sandstone

This magnificent, baronial building offers luxury bedrooms, a bar, restaurant and conference facilities that cater for up to 200 people. Sherbrooke Castle Hotel is situated on the south side of Glasgow in the peaceful surroundings of Pollokshields. It is an ideal location for both business and leisure guests and makes a stunning wedding venue.

18

ROOMS

2

BARS

4

EVENT SPACES

SERVICES SINCE 1896

In 1896 John Morrison

A respected contractor of the time, built a baronial villa for himself in Pollokshields, namely, Sherbrooke Castle, designed by Thomson and Sandilands. It is a good example of the type of house built by the middle class in the rather decadent late Victorian period and has a number of unusual features. The rooms are arranged around three sides of a large hall and staircase. The external Baronialism is, in some ways, an added romantic touch. The house became a hotel just before World War II, during which it was commissioned by the Royal Navy and was used as a Radar training centre for Naval Officers. It returned to a hotel in 1945 and it's high square tower is one of the best known local landmarks.

USEFUL LINKS

Set In Its Own Grounds, In A Leafy Residential Area, The Hotel Is Just 5 Minutes From Glasgow City Centre And 10 Minutes From Glasgow Airport.

  • Bellahouston Park

    Bellahouston Park is the location of Charles Rennie
    Mackintosh’s House for an Art Lover, a variety of
    formal gardens and an impressive range of sporting facilities.

  • Emirates Arena

    Make use of the new Arena Glasgow Club facilities.
    We’re one of 22 gyms running over 750 classes a
    week as well as personal training and much more.

  • The Hydro

    Scotland’s national arena that holds 12,000
    fully seated and is the largest entertainments
    venue in Scotland.

  • Scotland Street School Museum

    Also designed by the Charles Rennie Mackintosh,
    Scotland Street School is now a museum that is
    a must-see for Mackintosh fans.

  • Queen’s Park

    Dedicated to the memory of Mary Queen of Scots, this park offers great views across Glasgow as well as a good range of sport and recreational facilities.

  • Pollokshields Heritage Trails

    The walks are themed – The Villas of Pollokshields, The Tenements of Pollokshields and Glasgow’s Garden Suburb.

  • The Burrell Collection

    Explore 9,000 objects and 6,000 years of history at Pollok Country Park.