Glasgow: Scotland with Style
Glasgow is truly one of the most vibrant and exciting destinations in Europe. As host city of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, it is widely-regarded as one of the world's leading sporting cities and 2013 will be a bumper summer.The 2013 British National Road Race Championshipswill start of this fantastic summer followed by 2013 UCI Juniors Track World Champions and the World Youth Netball Championships.
Glasgow has plenty of hotels throughout the city to suit every taste and budget, click here to book your accommodation during the National Road Race Championships.
East Ayrshire - worth a second look
East Ayrshire is home to breathtaking scenery and fascinating local history, and located in the heart of this magnificent historical region is the Bonnet Toun of Stewarton, the perfect location for the National Time Trial Championships, only twenty minutes from Glasgow.
The area's largest town, Kilmarnock, has been named as Scotland's most Creative Town 2013, and the nearby village of Mauchline is a must for any Robert Burns enthusiast, as home to the famous Scottish bard during his most creative period. With arts and culture, history and heritage, and sports and leisure pursuits - there's something for everyone visiting East Ayrshire.
From luxury estates to cosy country cottages, stylish hotels and homely B&Bs, there is a vast choice available, to suit every budget. Click here
to book your accommodation
in East Ayrshire.