The meeting, dinner and ceilidh will all be held at The Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow. The hotel was designed in the Queen Anne Style by Robert Rowand Anderson and opened in 1883. It is located in the heart of Glasgow, adjacent to the Central Railway station. Over the years it has hosted famous names including Laurel and Hardy, Roy Rogers (and Trigger), Frank Sinatra, JFK and Winston Churchill.
The hotel was recently completely refurbished. Further information may be found on the hotel's website here
Those registering for the conference will receive a code which can be used to provide a 15% discount on reservations for the 8th, 9th, 10th & 11th of March 2017.
Glasgow has much to offer the traveller. The website peoplemakeglasgow.com
is an excellent source of information.
For those planning to stay on the Friday night there will be the option of a tour of the local Auchentoshan Distillery
which will include a tasting of four of their malt whiskies.
The easiest way to travel to the Meeting would be by train to Glasgow Central Station. The journey from Glasgow Airport to the hotel takes approximately 15-20 minutes.
The Grand Central Hotel is, as its name suggests, found in the middle of Glasgow and only a few minutes from many other hotels.
Some nearby alternatives are:
Radisson Blu (5 minutes walk)Website
Jurys Inn (10 minutes walk)Website
Premier Inn Glasgow City Centre Argyle Street (10 minutes walk)Website