Johnstone (Scots: Johnstoun, Scottish Gaelic: Baile Iain) is a town in the council area of Renfrewshire and larger historic county of the same name in the west central Lowlands of Scotland.
Restaurants in Johnstone
4.5 based on 58 reviews
Was out for a wee quick dinner with my dad,service was great, speedy, polite and friendly ,ordered the steak pie and it was delicious!! I'd go as far as to say it was probably thee best steak pie I've tasted, and there's been a few lol, even the veg was amazing, my dad had the breaded haddock which was also beautiful definitely recommended and will definitely be back!
4.5 based on 393 reviews
This outstanding example of a gothic building is Paisley Abbey, formerly a Cluniac Monastery and now a Scottish Church. This grand old building dates from the 12th century by the first High Steward of Scotland, Walter FitzAlan.
There's some amazing stained glass windows throughout the church as befits such a grand building. Best of all, the abbey is the burial place of Scottish Queens and King Robert III. Absolutely worth a day trip from Glasgow to Paisley just to see this church.
There's an audio guide available. It's cheap by any standard and worth getting getting for the history and stories. The church also has a little cafe and tea/coffee and cakes are very reasonably priced.
4.5 based on 149 reviews
Delta Force Paintball West Glasgow is located just a few miles from Junction 29 of the M8, making it easily accessible to paintball players from Glasgow, Paisley, Greenock and surrounding areas. It's very close to Glasgow Airport, so much so you can see our pyramid game zone from the windows of aircraft flying in and out. Our centre has 7 action-packed game scenarios, including 2 double-decker buses, Viet Cong Village and Afghan Command posts.
Great day out for a group of kids. Different maps, themes to play. Was just like being in a video game according to my son. Marshals could do with listening to the kids and helping rather than sending them to the dead zone if there's a problem. Great facility.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
Unless you were a member of the NTS and found it in the booklet or were browsing carefully through their website, (which has been much improved recently,) you would not give this attraction a second glance as you drove past it.
It is much enhanced by the helpful staff. The cottage was lived in, and weaving still took place until the 1950s. Most of the artifacts have been added later, but are of the correct vintage, and there are three looms in the cellar. We were give a demonstration of two of the looms in action, and my wife got to try one of the more modern ones.
The story of weaving in the village was told by the descendant of one of the weaving families from the village, who had been retaught locally to use the looms and had produced cloth herself for the Bannockburn celebrations on the old loom.
The garden is attractive and also worth a walk round. Take the opportunity to visit if you can. Don't miss the video presentation of the weaver's family, which is well acted and pop some money in the ghoulish replica skull set up as a collection box. It is a model of an old skull found during excavation of the site.
5 based on 3 reviews
Snow Factor Braehead is the UK's biggest indoor Snow Slope. We offer Ski and Snowboard instruction as well as Snow activities including Sledging. Coming soon - Ice Climbing Wall!! Real Snow all year round! Apres Ski - enjoy Bar Varia - authentic Barvarian meals and a range of German beer.
Just had a great snowboard lesson with Alan. Top guy who helped you learn at your own pace. Will definitely be back here again. Great facilities and service!
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is Scotland's most visited free attraction. With 22 themed, state-of-the-art galleries displaying an astonishing 8000 objects, the collections are extensive, wide-ranging and internationally-significant.
Great way to spend an afternoon.
Went primarily for two things.
1. Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition, this was very good.
2. Crucifixion of Christ. This was on lone. Disappointing :-(
Nice café with great table service.
Good fun free day out. The CRM exhibition was £7 entry but that is a small price to pay for a great museum/gallery that is all free.
4.5 based on 70 reviews
Welcome to the Castle Semple Visitor Centre and County Park listing. Please note this site one of several within the larger Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park. Castle Semple is located in Lochwinnoch Renfrewshire next to National Cycle Route 7 and just a short walk from Lochwinnoch Train Station. The Centre has a cafe and gift shop, provides free parking and entry as well as lots to do with great water, walks and wildlife. There is a Ranger Service who provide family friendly events and volunteer programmes throughout the year. There is also a highly qualified Outdoor Activity team with Instructors to guide you or your group through the techniques involved in sailing, kayaking, canoeing, powerboating, archery and loads more! The Centre is also fully equipped to be accessible to all, registered as Scotlands first Centre of Excellence for disability sailing in 2012.
We go walking here on a regular basis with our daughter, she like to feed the ducks and swans as well, the walks are great and there is a range of other activities available from mountain biking etc, there is a cafe where a Sandwich and coffee can be had.
4.5 based on 190 reviews
The Denny Ship Model Experiment Tank, part of the Scottish Maritime Museum, is a fantastic collection of working exhibits, models and artefacts based in the last remaining building of Alexander Denny and Sons one of the Clydes most famous and innovative shipyards.
Another excellent museum to complete the overall maritime experience started at Irvine. Our guide, Anne, was extremely knowledgeable and explained the history and workings of the Company in an interesting and intriguing manner. Wonderful to recall the great days of shipbuilding and innovation that was the Clyde.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
Known as The Baptist Cathedral of Europe, designed by Hippolyte j. Blanc, Thomas Coats Memorial Baptist Church opened in 1894, it was built by the Coats family in memory of Thomas Coats who died in 1883. He was one of the founders of the world famous firm of thread manufacturers, J & P Coats Ltd.
The church is currently open to the public on Fridays from 2-4PM and is well worth a visit -absolutely stunning . We were so fortunate to get chatting to a gentleman connected with the church who ended up giving as a personal conducted tour - wonderful -gained so much information -could have listened to him all day !
The stained glass windows are beautiful and the detail in the carved wood is exquisite -truly a work of art everywhere you look .
Volunteers from the church community are available to answer any questions you may have ...or if you get lucky as we did will show you round .
There is no charge for entry ...Highly recommend a visit .
4.5 based on 778 reviews
Xscape Braehead is home to one of Europe's largest indoor 'real' snow slopes, featuring beginner ski and family tobogganing sessions. Appropriate clothing can be hired if necessary. Other attractions at Xscape Braehead include a climbing wall, cinema, tenpin bowling and Soccer Circus. Food and refreshments available at a selection of restaurants.
My girlfriend and I went ice climbing for my birthday. It was our first time ice climbing but we had a great time and seemed to pick it up pretty quickly. The specialist equipment was all provided (crampons, axes, helmets, harnesses etc). All you need is suitable (preferably waterproof) outdoor clothing.
Our instructor, Kate, was really friendly and helpful and made an effort to make us feel comfortable. I would highly recommend it for a great day out.
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