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Due to the popular demand for this year’s conference, accommodation at the conference hotel
is now fully booked. We have gathered some information for those who wish to attend the
conference but need alternative accommodation.
This is limited and regrettably there are no options within walking distance.
Erskine Bridge Hotel - Riverfront, Erskine, PA8 6AN || Telephone : 0141 812 0123
firstname.lastname@example.org - http://www.theerskinebridgehotel.co.uk
5 miles away across River Clyde (see map in linked PDF)
Pond Hotel - Glasgow - Great Western Road, West End, Glasgow, G12 0XP || Tel: 0141 334 8161
email@example.com - www.glasgowpondhotel.com
7 miles away (see map in linked PDF)
West Park Hotel (limited facilities) - Great Western Road, Duntocher, Clydebank, G81 6DB ||
Tel - 01389 872333 || http://www.westparkhotel1.com
2.5 miles away (see map in linked PDF)
The conference venue is easily accessible by rail, bus and taxi from central Glasgow, which is host to a
multitude of hotel and B&B acommodation.
Rail: The hotels closest station is Dalmuir Station. Take a low level train from either Glasgow Queen Street or Central Station to Dalmuir Station.There are frequent trains running into the city centre and to Loch Lomond with a journey time of about 20 minutes.
Bus: From Glasgow city centre you can take the First Glasgow bus No’s 1, 1A and 1B. Please note that the number 2 only takes you as far as the Clydebank bus terminal. All services travel along Dumbarton Road.
See linked PDF for maps.