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In 1975, the residents, assisted by Glasgow Corporation and the Historical Buildings Council, completely restored Buckingham Terrace to its former elegance.

The Terrace stands as a monument to Victorian architecture.

The restoration received much acclaim and was commended by the European Communities Architectural Heritage Awards. As a result, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh honoured Buckingham Terrace by his memorable visit which took place on 26th November, 1975.

Lomond and Kelvin are family owned and managed Bed and Breakfast Hotels. The friendly, personal service and high standards maintained by Mr. and Mrs. Duguid and their staff ensure that guests enjoy a pleasant and comfortable stay. A wide variety of breakfast dishes are served in the hotels' comfortable dining rooms from 7.30 - 9 a.m. The Hotels have full central heating. Off-street car parking is available.

Kelvin Hotel has sixteen bedrooms, Lomond has seventeen. The bedrooms are light and airy and are tastefully decorated in soft pastels. Some bedrooms have en suite facility, all have vanity units with shaving points.

Hairdryers are available and ironing facilities can be arranged. Colour television and tea coffee making facilities are provided in all bedrooms.

An abundance of cultural pursuits and interests lie within walking distance of the Hotels. Guests not travelling by car can board public transport just yards away from the Hotels, or can reach the underground rail system in only a few minutes. Glasgow Airport is a ten minute drive from the Hotels and arrangements can be made for guests to be collected. Car hire can also be arranged. Restaurants in the locality offer a wide ranging choice from family meals to the more exotic.



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