In your search hotels in Paisley, be sure not to miss our hotel just by Paisley, which enjoys a quiet setting amongst our immaculate landscaped gardens. Lynnhurst Hotel is the perfect base for all adventures, whether it’s a lochside trip to admire the breathtaking scenery of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, a day trip into Glasgow City Centre to soak up the artistic culture, or a golfing trip to Ayrshire’s striking golf courses. Our hotel in Johnstone offers you a place to rest, recuperate and indulge following your day of adventure, relaxation or indulgence. Just 10 minutes shy of Paisley town centre and Glasgow Airport, and 20 minutes from one of Scotland’s favourite cities, Glasgow, our hotel is accessible by rail or road.
Our Paisley Hotel
Our extraordinary Victorian Hotel by Paisley, Glasgow is the perfect combination of contemporary chic and elegance. Plus, we are recognised as one of Scotland’s most beautiful wedding venues. Our boutique hotel showcases its grandeur through its traditional architecture, stained glass windows and luxurious interior touches. The Lynnhurst Hotel is the ideal escape in Scotland. Whether it’s a romantic overnight, a long weekend, a wedding celebration or anniversary getaway, we look forward to being your host.
Lynnhurst Hotel offers its guests a range of beautiful suites to choose from, providing the ultimate comfort, luxury and relaxation. From standard double rooms, twin rooms and single rooms with modern amenities and luxurious touches, to spacious executive suites with king size beds, and a stunning Cashmere Honeymoon Suite with a hot tub and thermal spa. We have a suite for every occasion. We pride ourselves in providing you with the most luxurious and peaceful setting for your next hotel stay.
Not only do we offer sumptuous accommodation, Lynnhurst Hotel also boasts a welcoming restaurant and bar where you can indulge in all the classics, including traditional Scottish dishes. We cater to all palates and all ages, providing you with an array of fantastic dishes to choose from. Our chefs create mouth-watering dishes from locally sourced ingredients. Whether you’re looking for a light lunch, a few cocktails at the bar or a classic three course dinner, The Lowland restaurant and bar is ready when you are.
Local Attractions In & Around Paisley
When staying at our hotel in Johnstone just by Paisley, we’d recommend visiting the following local attractions to make your stay even more special. With Glasgow only a short distance away, it’s time to explore the friendly, cultured and diverse city which affords spectacular architecture, museums, galleries and local hotspots, with an abundance of cafes, restaurants and bars.
The Paisley Abbey is a spectacular parish church which boasts beautiful architecture, stained glass windows, enriched with history and culture. The Abbey is known to host celebrations, concerts and cultural celebrations – truly incredible sights! Plus, the church offers guided tours to those fascinated by its origins and heritage. By car, the Paisley Abbey is only 10-12 minutes away from our beautiful hotel!
Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum
Free to enter, with its Spanish Baroque architecture, Kelvingrove Art Gallery is one of Glasgow’s most popular attractions and offers visitors the opportunity to discover renaissance art, taxidermy, Ancient Egyptian artefacts and so much more, all under one roof, within its 22 galleries. Kelvingrove is a must-see if you visit Glasgow and our hotel near Paisley is only 20 minutes away from the city centre!
Glasgow Green & The People’s Palace
Glasgow Green is one of the oldest city parks and is a stroll away from the heart of the city centre. The park is home to the People’s Palace, a museum built back in 1898 which tells the story of Glasgow from 1750 to the 20th century. Situated behind the palace is the Winter Garden, a large conservatory which grows a range of tropical and subtropical plants. This attraction is also under 30 minutes from our hotel next door to Paisley!
Glasgow’s Mural Trail
Enjoy a stroll through the city of Glasgow and explore its iconic arts scene in one outing. The Glasgow Mural Trail is an opportunity to wander through the streets and appreciate the home-grown artistic talent including Rogue One and Smug. From balloon-led taxis, to massive fierce tigers, each mural has a story to tell.
Neighbouring the Glasgow Cathedral lies Glasgow’s Necropolis, a Victorian Gothic garden cemetery that covers 37 acres. Steeped in history, the Necropolis is home to beautiful burial headstones and sculptures created by famous architects including Charles Rennie Macintosh. The Necropolis affords spectacular views across the city from its grounds, offering a perfect camera moment.