Langbank hotel seeks new course

Spa and golf key parts of Gleddoch House business


GLEDDOCH House Hotel and golf course in the Renfrewshire village of Langbank has come onto the books of Colliers International.

The former family home of Clydeside shipping baron Sir William Lithgow, the property is now a four-star hotel with its own 18-hole golf course.
Set in 270 acres overlooking the Clyde, Ben Lomond and the Renfrewshire hills, the hotel comprises 69 bedrooms as well as a range of bar, restaurant, function and conference rooms; there’s also a gym and spa facility, including indoor swimming pool, and the 18-hole golf course.

The hotel has everything to offer the leisure market and corporate customers.

Gleddoch House Hotel has been owned by London-based property investors since 2005 and run under management; the investors are said to be selling in order to concentrate on other business interests.
Alistair Letham, a director with Colliers International, said the hotel’s proximity to the M8, Glasgow Airport and the city mean it is a “popular destination, attracting leisure, wedding, conference and function guests”.
“Gleddoch House Hotel and golf course has everything to offer, not only to the leisure market but also corporate and local customers,” said Letham.
“The mix of facilities available at the hotel ensures it is of wide appeal, making this a highly attractive leisure business.”
Colliers International is marketing Gleddoch House Hotel and golf course with a price tag of offers around £2.5 million.