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Glasgow City and Stena Line Offer Breaks from £59

Glasgow City and Stena Line Offer Breaks from £59

Glasgow, the largest shopping destination in the UK outside of London’s West End, has more than 1,500 shops, half a million square metres of retail space and its own ‘Style Mile’ offering high-end shopping and top-class restaurants and bars. Glasgow City Marketing Bureau and Stena Line have teamed up to give Irish shoppers an opportunity to spring-clean their wardrobe from as little as £59 per adult per night including return ferry travel with a car from Belfast to Cairnryan and overnight accommodation in Glasgow. Stena Line Glasgow

The price is based on two adults sharing a twin/double room and a minimum stay of two nights, travelling from Belfast – Cairnryan with car. Up to two children sharing adults room stay and travel free but pay hotel direct for any meals taken. Weekend and family room supplements may apply. Valid for travel until 30th June and 31th August – 20th December 2013. Terms and conditions apply.

This spring will see the city’s style credentials go stratospheric with the launch of the glitzy new £70 million retail development Buchanan Quarter, a prime new fashion pitch in Glasgow’s style mile with 11 new retail stores including Scotland’s first and only Forever21.

GCMB’s Senior Marketing Communications Manager, Elaine Dickie, said Glasgow offers an unrivalled shopping experience to suit every style. “Glasgow is a fantastic destination for a short break and offers world-class shopping with everything from cool vintage shops, beautiful hand-crafted items to well-known brands and exclusive designers.

“We have teamed up with Stena Line to offer a range of 3-, 4- and 5-star hotels so when you book your ferry and hotel together it is guaranteed to be cheaper. What’s more, children travel free so the whole family can enjoy a short break in Glasgow this spring with the fabulous array of visitor attractions on offer.

“Make sure you also discover all that the city has to offer from the fantastic food to the fascinating museums and galleries to the work of innovative Glasgow architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh.”

Ian Baillie, Stena Line’s Marketing Manager, added: “Glasgow has so much to offer and is easily accessible from Ireland by ferry so it is a fantastic city to enjoy a short break in.

“Alongside Glasgow City Marketing Bureau we have created a range of great value breaks that everyone can take advantage of whether you are travelling by car, coach or rail. We have packaged both the ferry and hotel together to offer the best price guaranteed so why not enjoy some first-class shopping and a relaxing break for less this spring.”

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, copywriter, editor and proofreader for 52 years, and News & Features Editor for ‘Irish Travel Trade News’ for the past 42 years.

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