Number 10 Hotel

Number 10 Hotel
10 Queens Drive, Glasgow, G42 8BS
  • Telephone 0141 424 0160
  • Bar open Mon–Sat 11am–midnight; Sun 12.30pm–midnight
  • Food served Mon–Sun 11am–8.45pm
  • Pre-theatre times Mon–Sat noon–6pm
  • Average price £12.95 (set lunch); £17 (evening meal)
  • Pre-theatre price £12.95
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  • Website www.10hotel.co.uk
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Number 10 Hotel

A Victorian boutique hotel on the Southside, serving up modern and classic dishes in its buzzy bar, elegant dining room or garden.

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Overlooking the Easternmost tip of Queens’ Park, Number 10 Hotel is a well-turned-out affair that’s classy without forgetting its residential Southside roots. A small bar spills into a small dining room, where open brickwork, mahogany and fairy lights set the tone. The large menu has the sort of expanse that might be worrying, but worry not – it neither overreaches nor cuts corners. That much is clear as soon as starters arrive – chicken tempura is freshly fried, properly soft, and super hot (as tempura should be). A small portion of haggis, neeps and tatties comes in a elegant terrine with a surrounding of brisk whisky sauce, and that sort of presentation and good balance carries through – an artful arrangement of meat and veg for the open steak pie, or chunky and vibrant homemade salsa atop a fillet of salmon. Burgers are popular, too, as is the market menu, and their afternoon teas. It’s perhaps only notionally Scottish, but wherever the kitchen looks for inspiration, they do it well.

  • High point: Great value neighbourhood dining
  • Low point: Seats are a tad close together
  • Notable dish: Haggis, neeps and tatties with parsnip crisps

Situated next to historic Queen's Park in the South Side of Glasgow, only three miles from the city centre, Number 10 is a luxury four-star hotel which offers a warm and friendly welcome to visitors from near and far.The hotel consists of two stunning Victorian townhouses that have been restored to their original glory, providing a range of stylish contemporary accommodation.Each room offers a very high degree of comfort and elegance, including king beds, 24-hour internet access from rooms, toiletries, hospitality tray, comfortable beds and much more.Number 10 offers a total of 26 bedrooms plus a large dining room, guests' bar and scenic grounds featuring a large wooden decking area and picturebook gazebo.This popular hotel is ideally situated for easy access by road or public transport, with free on-site parking and easy access to the city centre and motorway network.It is the perfect base for exploring the enormous number of attractions in the Glasgow area and beyond. Within walking distance is Hampden Park, Scotland's National Stadium and the venue for major football matches and concerts. Celtic Park and Ibrox Stadium, the homes of Celtic and Rangers Football Clubs, are just 15 minutes' drive away.Also nearby is the Burrell Collection, one of Britain's foremost art museums, plus the Tramway Theatre.Number 10 Hotel is situated next to Crosshill Train Station, where the regular Cathcart Circle service takes a mere 10 minutes to reach the city's main Glasgow Central Station.The Dining Room at Number 10 Hotel offers fine dining at very affordable prices, while a range of bar meals and snacks are also available. The surrounding area is home to a wide range of stylish and friendly pubs and eateries.Number 10 Hotel is popular with tourists, business travellers, romantic couples and wedding parties. At weekends it often hosts private celebrations and parties in the main building, although all functions finish at midnight.

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  • Private dining: Up to 100 covers
  • No. overnight rooms: 26
  • Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Pre-theatre menu, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
  • Music on stereo: Easy going soul & crooners
  • Capacity: 20
  • Largest group: 100
  • Open since: 2007
  • Number of wines sold by the glass: 6
  • House wine: £13.95 per bottle