Welcome to Kirklee Hotel, Edwardian Town House in Glasgow's West End

The Kirklee Hotel is situated in Glasgow's leafy West End, an ideal location from which to explore the city and beyond. This area has fascinating architecture and is culturally vibrant; the many bars, restaurants and quirky shops give the area a unique atmosphere.

The Kirklee, an Edwardian Townhouse set in award winning gardens overlooking a private park, embodies this sense of place and style.

The Hotel forms part of Kensington Gate, a serpentine of red sandstone townhouses, designed by David Barclay in 1902 and built in the grand style of the period. It has the ambience and character of an Edwardian home; all of the rooms retain the original style with period features, antique furniture and paintings and etchings by Scottish and International artists.

The hotel is recommended by many independent British, European and American travel guides such as Fodor's, Frommer, Rough Guide and Lonely Planet.

The Kirklee Hotel won the 'Let Glasgow Flourish' award for 2011/2012. The award was presented by the Lord Provost of Glasgow.