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Visit is a website dedicated to the tourism sector within Renfrewshire.We are currently developing this site and will grow over time to include all the information you will ever need to know about Renfrewshire, a comprehensive directory covering everything from hotels to bike rentals, and a booking system enabling you to book excellent packages.


This intriguing area, just west of Glasgow: Scotland with Style,...

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Land at Glasgow International Airport and you’re there! To the west of Glasgow, on the south bank of the River Clyde, lies this intriguing area full of historic towns and villages, rolling countryside and ultra modern shopping and attractions.

Our quality hotels, guest houses and B&Bs will make you welcome and our restaurants and pubs offer great food in a range of styles and prices.


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Special Offers aim to offer the best range of packages and special offers in Renfrewshire through our members. 


In this section of the website we will list all of our members with special offers available covering all sectors from hotels through to skiing packages..



Cosmopolitan Hotels

Cosmopolitan Hotels operate two 3 star hotels close to Glasgow’s International Airport and perfect commuting distance to Scotland’s largest city...

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Elderslie lies between Paisley and Johnstone.  Nowadays it is a pleasant residential area though it has had an industrial past, more information for which can be found on the Renfrewshire Council website.  Facilities in the village include a fine golf course, Elderslie Golf Club with wonderful views across the Clyde Valley to Ben Lomond and the Campsie Fells, the Wallace Bowling Club, and Elderslie swimming pool, which has a 25 meter pool, sauna and dance studio.

Elderslie is celebrated as the birthplace of Scotland's hero of the Wars of Independence, William Wallace. On the traditional site of his home is a memorial erected in 1912.  It has a series of sculpted plaques around a column reminiscent of a medieval market cross.  The plaques illustrate the key moments in Wallace's career.  The memorial is adjacent to the Wallace Yew and the foundations of the 17th century farmhouse known locally as Wallace's House.  For more information on William Wallace and the Elderslie connection contact the This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and ask for the booklet "Wallace, Elderslie's Son".

There are some lovely walks in the countryside around the village, including the Brandy Burn Way, which links Johnstone with Gleniffer Braes Country Park.  For details of this and other walks around Renfrewshire contact the This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and ask for OUT There, 10 Walks around Renfrewshire or download the Renfrewshire walking guide (link to pdf)

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