Alongside kilts, whisky and footballing misfortune, bagpipes are one of Scotland’s most recognisable symbols.
Not that you have to be a bagpipe buff to take advantage of today’s Big Deal at the Pipers’ Tryst in Glasgow’s National Piping Centre.
Restaurant with rooms
Housed in an elegant converted church in Glasgow city centre, The Pipers’ Tryst is a cosy little restaurant with rooms which are part of the National Piping Centre.
This Big Deal is for two people to enjoy a Monday to Thursday overnight stay in one of the Tryst’s eight, en-suite rooms.
Pipe Major’s breakfast
As well as a glass of wine each on arrival, each guest can look forward to a Pipe Major’s breakfast in the morning.
A fortifying mix of eggs, Lorne sausage, mushrooms, Stornoway black pudding, Ayrshire bacon, haggis, sautéed spuds, tattie scone and a grilled tomato, the Pipe Major’s breakfast will set you up for an eightsome reel or a comprehensive expedition around Glasgow’s shops, galleries and other attractions.
As part of the Big Deal, you can also benefit from a 30% discount on other meals taken in the Pipers’ Tryst restaurant. Naturally, Scottish ingredients and dishes are at the heart of the menus.
Think Cullen skink; haggis, neeps and tatties and venison sausages perhaps washed down with a bottle of Piper’s Gold from Fyne Ales.
Slap bang in Glasgow’s theatreland, the Pipers’ Tryst is ideal for a night out or a day exploring Glasgow. Other visitors have loved it. This is what a recent guest had to say on TripAdvisor:
‘We booked this hotel through a deal & I must admit I was very pleasantly surprised to find such an intimate hotel; it has only 8 rooms & is right in the heart of theatre land. The staff seemed to be hand picked for their efficiency & friendliness. The restaurant was quite small but the atmosphere was jumping. We had an excellent dinner which was very reasonably priced. Breakfast was fit for pipers: delicious & a great choice. Highly recommend far better than the larger hotels around for service & quality.’