This is a smart Glasgow address – bang in the middle of town, yet beautifully insulated from it. The house, grand Victorian, stands on an attractive square with communal gardens guests can enjoy. Inside, the feel is distinctly contemporary, despite a couple of Corinthian pillars in the entrance hall. It’s all been beautifully renovated, and while technically you’re in a B&B, the interiors here are a match for any boutique hotel. Downstairs, a vast sitting room has a couple of sofas in front of a fire. Bedrooms upstairs are no less generous. Those at the back are large, the suites at the front are huge. All come with king-size beds, crisp white linen, handmade bedheads and robes in gorgeous bathrooms. Suites have a few added extras: big sofas, beautiful windows, one has a double-ended bath overlooking the square. Breakfast is brought to you whenever you want. As for dinner, you’ll find good restaurants nearby: the Finnieston for seafood and gin cocktails; the Gannet for a flat-iron steak; Ben Nevis for a wee dram and live folk music most nights. Don’t miss the excellent Burrell Collection.