Paisley Hotels

Abbey Inn Paisley

The Abbey Inn is a small hotel on the outskirts of the town centre of Paisley. It is ideally situated off the M8 and M77 15 minutes drive from Glasgow airport and 30 minutes drive to Prestwick Airport. It is also within walking distance of Paisley town centre

Brabloch Hotel Paisley

Brabloch Hotel is located close to many attractions like the 12th century Paisley Abbey, Paisley Museum,and Coats Observatory.

Forte Crest Hotel Paisley

Forte Posthouse located near Glasgow Airport is a convenient option for business travelers and families.

Gladstone Farmhouse Paisley

Dating back to three centuries, Gladstone Farmhouse stands in the quiet countryside of Kilbarchan. This accommodation option is easily accessible and is only 10 minutes away from Glasgow Airport.

Lomond Airport Hotel Paisley

For a great location close to Glasgow International Airport and just a 5 minutes stroll from the town centre, the Lomond Airport Hotel, Paisley offers superb choice and comfort to all types of travellers.

Myfarrclan Guest House Paisley

A small friendly, family run guest house that sits pretty in a  quiet residential area on the outskirts of Paisley, Scotland, only five minutes from Glasgow Airport.

Here is our selection of hotels in Paisley, a town and a former burgh in the west-Central Lowlands of Scotland. It is situated on the northern edge of the Gleniffer Braes, straddling the banks of the River Cart.

Having monastic origins, a chapel is said to have been established by the 6th/7th century.  One of Scotland's major religious houses, Paisley Abbey was much favoured by the Bruce and Stewart royal families. It is generally accepted that William Wallace the great hero of Scottish independence who inspired the film Braveheart was educated here.

With weaving as the town's principal industry by the mid- nineteenth centuary, Paisley is still very well-known for the Paisley Shawl and its reproduction Paisley Pattern, which is a fashionable around this time. Paisely Abbey is notable building for medieval architecture dating to 12th C. Also the Doolan Stane , which was once the meeting place of the weavers union in the south of Paisely, is now moved to the Broadie Park.

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