Hotels in Largs

Travelodge Helensburgh Seafront
Helensburgh Seafront
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Travelodge Dumbarton
Dumbarton
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Travelodge Glasgow Airport
Glasgow Airport
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Travelodge Glasgow Braehead
Glasgow Braehead
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Travelodge Kilmarnock
Kilmarnock
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Travelodge Glasgow Paisley Road
Glasgow Paisley Road
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Travelodge Glasgow Central
Glasgow Central
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Travelodge Glasgow Queen Street
Glasgow Queen Street
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Travelodge Ayr
Ayr
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Travelodge Glasgow Cumbernauld
Glasgow Cumbernauld
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Largs Hotels

A historic site and popular seaside resort with a pier on the Firth of Clyde, in 2014 Largs was rated one of the most attractive areas to live in Scotland. But you don’t need to live there to benefit from everything Largs has to offer. Glasgow, with its sporting and entertainment facilities, and its beautiful backdrop of Victorian architecture is just 33 miles to the East. So a weekend break here gives you small town appeal together with easy access to the history, culture and shopping of the big city.

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Book your stay at a hotel near Largs and enjoy being spoiled for choice. If you’re looking for culture, Glasgow's theatres and galleries will not disappoint. If you want to shop until you drop, the excellent shopping centres and arcades will cater for your every need. Sports fans will enjoy watching one of the famous local clubs – Rangers and Celtic and if you're lucky enough to see them play each other, you will witness one of the most passionate local derbys in world football.

Things to do near Largs

Located less than a mile’s walk from our Glasgow Queen’s Street hotel, the People's Palace and Winter Gardens are set in the oldest public space in Glasgow and are great places to bring the family. Inside the palace discover the stories of the people and the city of Glasgow from 1750 to the present day. If you’re more interested in nature, you may prefer RSPB Lochwinnoch – just half an hour’s drive from our Glasgow Central hotel. It’s one of the last wetlands left in west Scotland and home to swans, wigeons and a wide variety of ducks and other wildlife.