With uncertainty around the lifting of various Government restrictions on international travel, self-catering staycations are set to be the holiday of choice for 2021.

Statistics revealed by CabinBookers found that 90 per cent of UK holidaymakers are planning to take a domestic holiday once the coronavirus lockdown restrictions have been lifted, so now is the time to find that perfect home from home for your well-deserved post-lockdown break.

Be sure to check out the self-catering options available in Glasgow for that perfect city getaway. In Glasgow, you will be spoilt for choice as Scotland's stunning scenery seeps into the city in rolling hills, expansive country parks and woodland walks. With over 90 parks and gardens, book your own personal oasis set within one of the UK’s most vibrant cities. 

Native Glasgow

These stunning apartments in Glasgow City Centre are found in a historic art deco building, formerly home to the Anchor Line Shipping Company’s headquarters. Beautifully presented, the apartments are packed with original features including, terrazzo flooring, timber wall-panelling and stunning fireplaces. This iconic property has something to suit all party sizes, offering studios, one-bedroom and penthouse apartments with outdoor terraces. Native Glasgow also has not one, but two onsite restaurants - The Anchor Line and Atlantic Bar and Brasserie - providing some of the best food and cocktails that the city centre has to offer.

Destiny Apartments

With two locations to choose from and with both sets of apartments housed in beautifully restored A listed or A Grade buildings within the city, you are spoiled for choice with Destiny Apartments, no matter the reason for your visit.

Nelson Mandela Place Apartments

Nelson Mandela Place Apartments are the perfect base for shoppers, being a mere few footsteps away from Buchanan Street, the main shopping artery in the city centre, with high street brands and three shopping centres all on your doorstep.

The street name where the apartments are based also has a special story behind it. Nelson Mandela Place was originally St George’s Place, however whilst Mandela was still imprisoned on Robben Island under the South African apartheid regime in 1981, he was awarded the Freedom of the city of Glasgow. To mark the local Council’s continued support for the campaign to free Nelson Mandela, it renamed the street in honour of the political prisoner in 1986. The name change was all the more significant, as it was home to the South African Consulate.

Glassford Residence

The Glassford Residence houses eight modern apartments and is ideally located for guests to enjoy everything that the Merchant City and Glasgow has to offer.

The Merchant City is one of Glasgow’s oldest quarters, dating back to the 1750s when it was home to the warehouses of wealthy traders. Having enjoyed a renaissance in recent years, it is now full of cool bars, restaurants, boutiques and galleries. Plus the apartments are not far away from some of Glasgow’s most historic sites, such as Glasgow Cathedral and the Necropolis.

Fraser Suites

Glasgow's Merchant City is also home to Fraser Suites Glasgow, offering 98 fully serviced, stylish and sophisticated apartments. The residences are situated within a beautifully renovated 1850s Victorian building, adjacent to a number of restaurants, cafes, bars and boutiques providing the perfect base to enjoy the area’s highlights.

Premier Suites Plus

A luxury hotel alternative located right in the heart of the city overlooking George Square, Premier Suites Plus is the perfect base for a city break. Situated minutes away from both of Glasgow’s main train stations, and the hop on hop off City Sightseeing bus, Premier Suites Plus is an ideal location to explore the city.


This luxurious two-bedroom apartment is situated within the heart of Glasgow’s cultural and bohemian west end. Designed and furnished to the highest standard, with fantastic amenities included, there is even a private parking space and small garden to enjoy on your visit.

The West End boasts lots of lovely delis and independent food shops, making it ideal to pick up some foodie treats to enjoy back at the apartment. Must-see attractions, such as Glasgow University, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, plus Mackintosh House are all close by too. Alternatively, you can enjoy one of Glasgow’s many green spaces nearby including the Botanic Gardens, just a short walk from the apartment.

West Highland Apartments

Perfectly located for visitors wanting the best of both worlds, West Highland Apartments are located in Milngavie, surrounded by picturesque countryside and yet only a 20-minute train ride direct into Glasgow city centre.

The Victorian apartments provide the perfect scenic escape with Loch Lomond within easy reach and Mugdock Country Park just a short drive away. However if keen to change up the pace, frequent trains run into the heart of the action within Glasgow city centre, ensuring there is something for everyone at the West Highland Apartments.