At Purple Roofs, we list thousands of gay friendly and gay owned accommodations, and yours could be next. If your accommodations welcome the LGBT community, add them here. Scotland packs a punch with its steep history, strong cultural traditions, jaw-dropping scenery, a very tasty culinary scene, and lovely first-rate accommodations along the way.
We are perfect for single travellers, romantic couples, walkers, bikers or for those just wanting to "get away from it all". We also can provide our very popular home cooked evening meals which can be pre-booked for your arrival day. McQuade Glasgow Hotels Group.
The majority of gay venues are on and around Virginia Street in the pretty Merchant City district. With an alternative ambience and crowd, Speakeasy hosts quirky events including games and sing-a-longs with Bella and The Bear every Friday, and trash pop night Scruffy Saturdays. Providing affordable luxury to a tech-savvy generation is the aim of citizenM Glasgow.
Can any gay or gay friendly lads and lassies recommend accommodation in Glagow. Nothing listed for Glasgowbut two establishments in Edinburgh listed at. If you've never been to ScotlandI think you'll find Scots generally open-minded and accommodating.
Glasgow Gay Friendly Hotels. The Alamo Guest House 1. Superb 9.
Choose your preferred language. We speak English and 42 other languages. The accommodation is Featuring a Blu-ray player, the holiday home has a kitchen with a microwave, a fridge and an oven, a living room with a seating area and a dining area, 1 bedroom, and 1 bathroom with a hot tub and a shower.
Black Kilt Tours of Scotland. Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland with a vibrant gay scene. Once an industrial engine of the Empire, post industrial Glasgow has re-invented itself and is undergoing a massive regeneration.
There are some great LGBT events happening throughout the year, while a number of bars, restaurants and clubs offer themed nights, parties, exhibitions and much, much more. In February, Scotland celebrates LGBT History Month with an excellent selection of programmes and activities right across the country, so you can enjoy everything from film screenings and debates to parties and ceilidhs. Edinburgh's gay pride festivities, Pride Scotia, take place every June.