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6 Helensburgh Hotels and Guest Houses

Rosslea Hall Hotel

3 stars

2.1 miles from Helensburgh

Ferry Rd, Rhu, Helensburgh, G84 8NF · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1436 439955

Score 8.2 from 141 reviews

Single from: £116.10

Double from: £116.10

per room per night



0.5 miles from Helensburgh

113 Sinclair St, Helensburgh, G84 9QF · Map

Phone: +44 (0)7947 018121

Score 9.1 from 56 reviews

Single from: £75.00

Double from: £75.00

per room per night


5 stars

0.8 miles from Helensburgh

Lethamhill, 20 W. Dhuhill Dr, Helensburgh, G84 9AW · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1436 676016

Score 9.7 from 40 reviews

Single from: £115.00

Double from: £115.00

per room per night

Ardencaple Hotel by Good Night Inns

3 stars

1.3 miles from Helensburgh

Shore Rd, Helensburgh, G84 8LA · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1436 820200

Score 7.8 from 230 reviews

Single from: £60.00

Double from: £60.00

per room per night

Whistlers Dell B&B

4 stars

2.3 miles from Helensburgh

Whistlers Dell, Helensburgh, G84 8NH · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1436 820195

Score 9.5 from 38 reviews

Single from: £83.30

Double from: £83.30

per room per night

Located in the county of Argyll and Bute Scotland is the town of Helensburgh. Helensburgh is located on the northern shore of the Firth of Clyde and along the easten shore of Loch Gare. It was once a part of the Dumbarton District but when the districts were redrawin in 1996 it became a part of Argyll and Bute. As far as Scottish towns goes, Helesburgh is actually quite young. The town wasn't founded until 1776. At this time Sir James Colquhoun of Luss decided to build spa baths on the sight of Ardencaple Castle. He then decided to seaside resort town east of the spa.

One of the best tourist destinations is the Hill House. This is probably one of the finest domestic creations by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. This house sits above the Clyde and has many spectacular views of the river estuary. The home was built for the well known publisher Walter Blackie. He commissioned both the home and gardens and even commissioned Mackintosh's wife to make many of the fabric designs. Visitors can enjoy the dazzling beauty of the architecture and design of each room. Then you can tour the gardens which have been to the former glory. Take a stroll around the gardens and enjoy no only the beauty of the design of the garden but the views of the Clyde and the outside of the home.

If you are interested in more gardens the make your way over to the Geilston House gardens. While the actual house is not open to the public but the gardens are. Take your time and stroll the walled gardens and enjoy the beautiful glasshouses. You will see a variety of plants such as a heather garden, mixed shrub borders and a absolutely beautiful Sequoiadendron giganteum. Take the path through the wodden glen and head over to the vegetable and fruit garden. It's a wonderful way to spend a day out.

Since Helensburg is located along the Firth of Clyde and the shores of the Loch it's obvious that swimming is something that you'd want to do. While you might not find any good spots to swim in the sea you can find a swimming pool near the seafront. If swimming is not your thing then why not take as stroll on the esplanade walk or go over to the sailing facilities such as the Helensburgh Sailing Club. Whether you just want to check out the boats coming and going from the marina or take a nice walk around town there is something for you to do by the sea front.

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