Looking for a nice place to enjoy your new Ringwood book? In that case we have some suggestions: Our top 3 places to read Ringwood books in Glasgow!
The Hidden Lane Tearoom
This beautiful, creative Tearoom literally hides in a tiny lane branching off Argyle Street called “The Hidden Lane.” The lane is known for its art community and its unique shops and restaurants. The Hidden Lane Tearoom is a gem for anyone with a sweet tooth, and its decoration is unique: on two floors, filigree chairs are arranged around tiny old-fashioned tables. The best occasion to go to the Tearoom is definitely their Afternoon Tea, which includes delicious cakes, scones and sandwiches. And the scones are made with a secret recipe! Why not indulge yourself with a visit to the Hidden Lane Tearoom – and bring a Ringwood book along?
Ingram Wynd Restaurant and Victorian Bar
The Ingram Wynd is an outstanding, historical restaurant with a welcoming atmosphere. The friendly staff will bring you tasty food or well mixed drinks, while you settle in one of the many corners of the two-floored restaurant. On sunny days, you can sit outside and enjoy the view of one of Glasgow’s beautiful murals, book in hand and a delicious cappuccino to go with. So why not take your new Ringwood book out for a lunch date?
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
The Kelvingrove Museum is impressive in many ways: exciting exhibitions, stunning architecture and the beautiful music of the organ every day make it one of the best museums to visit in Glasgow. In the huge building you can find a lot of corners to hide and enjoy a good read. You can choose between the wooden benches or borrow one of the stools which you can find in the hallways, and sit down next to your most favorite exhibit. You will always be able to find a new spot to read when you visit Kelvingrove, and the entrance is free! What’s not to like?