Travel & Lodging


2. Location

The conference will be located at the Barony Hall. The address is:


    16 Rottenrow East
    G4 0RA

How to get to the Barony:

Google map

By Road

From Edinburgh and the north of England take Exit 15 off the M8 motorway. At the second set of traffic lights turn left, then first right into Collins Street, then left into Rottenrow East. The Barony is the red brick building on the left hand side. There are two entrances into the Barony from Rottenrow East. There is another entrance at the rear of the building from the pedestrian area.

Parking - There is a Glasgow City Council car park adjacent to the Barony; charges do apply to all visitors.

By Rail

Arrivals from the west and most Intercity services arrive at Central Station from where a 10 minute taxi drive will take you to the Barony. Arrivals from Edinburgh and the east come into Queen Street Station. This is a 10 minute walk from the Barony.

By Air

A frequent bus service will take guests from Glasgow Airport to Buchanan Bus Station, 15 minutes walk from the Barony.

1. Travel Information


  1. a.Glasgow can easily be reached from three international airports.

  2. b.Glasgow international airport is only 20 mins by taxi from the city, an airport taxi costs around twenty pounds. Alternatively, the Glasgow Flyer number 500 runs to the Buchanan Street Bus Station, every 10 minutes at peak times.

  3. c.Glasgow Prestwick Airport, is 46 km from Glasgow and is served by a regular rail service to Glasgow Central Station which takes approximately 45 minutes (More info). Alternatively, you can go from there by bus (More info)

  4. d.Edinburgh Airport has a frequent bus service Airlink 100 which goes to Edinburgh City Centre and terminates near the Waverely railway Station. From Waverely a train to Glasgow Queen Street takes approximately 50 minutes. You can also go from the airport to Glasgow by bus. Take the airport shuttle to the Maybury junction (about 5 mins), cross the road and catch Citylink bus 900 to Glasgow (about 55 mins).


Glasgow has two main railway stations Glasgow Queen Street and Central Station.
Timetables are available at National Rail.

3. Accommodation

Participants are expected to make their own accommodation arrangements.

Our secretary has prepared a list of suggestions for hotels in the area close to the conference venue (see below).