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Howwood

This rural village is nestled within Renfrewshire an equal distance between the metropolitan city of Glasgow and the beauty of the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park and the scenic West Coast of Scotland. Howwood instils a sense of quiet tranquillity in visitors, with the countryside so close at hand, this location is ideal for those who want to explore the great outdoors, with many walking and cycle tracks. Visitors wills also have the chance to journey to the beautiful isles of the West Coast of Scotland, including the nearby Isle of Arran and the Isle of Mull, as well as to Glasgow to enjoy the many famous landmarks and visitor attractions.

We love Howwood because...

  • Premier golf course nearby
  • Ideal for outdoor activities
  • Close to Scottish isles
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Hotels in Howwood
Howwood-Breaks excursion-Bowfield Hotel and Country Club

Bowfield Hotel & Country Club offers traditional values and welcomes guests with a warm, friendly team. The hotel has a leisure club, spa and cosy restaurant.

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Bowfield Hotel & Country Club offers traditional values and welcomes guests with a warm, friendly team. The hotel has a leisure club, spa and cosy restaurant.

In and around Howwood

Caldwell Golf Club

Located within Uplawmoor, this premier golf course is a delight for both veteran and beginner golfers. Established in 1903 by champion golfer Willie Fernie, Caldwell Golf Club has become an iconic part of the town, with people travelling from all over the country to tee off over the picturesque parklands

Paisley Abbey

This historic abbey is located centrally in Paisley and was originally built in the 12th century by the Normans. The abbey has seen many pupils and worshipers over the years, including legendary figure, William Wallace who famously rebelled against the English, who eventually burned the abbey down in the early 14th century, although the abbey was rebuilt. King Robert II was also born in this abbey, the first of the Stuart dynasty. The abbey has seen much history, destruction and renovation in its time, visitors can learn more on their visit.

Pollok Country Park

This expanse of nature is located outside of Glasgow and offers visitors the chance to take part in a wide range of activities such as exploring the beautiful woodlands and taking a leisurely walk on one of the many walking routes. The true highlight of Pollok Country Park is the many mountain and regular cycle paths and trails. There are routes of varying difficulty from green to red.

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