Paisley Travel guide
Paisley : Michelin's recommendations
This industrial town, renowned for its shawls and thread manufacturing, now has a more varied industrial base, although thread production remains important. Paisley grew up around a 12C monastic establishment and boomed in the 18C thanks to linen manufacturing.
Tourist attractions Paisley : Things to see and do
High Street GB - Paisley PA1 2AE
The section on Paisley shawls explains the development of this local speciality through many examples. The art gallery has a number of works from the Scottish school (Gillie, Walton and George Henry). Fine collection of local pottery and section ..
Abbey Close GB - Paisley PA1 1JG
In 1163, Walter Fitzalan founded a priory for monks from the Clunisian house of Wenlock. Made an abbey in 1245, the monastery became one of the richest and most powerful in Scotland.
Lonend GB - Paisley PA1 1SR
Situated in the Heart of historic Paisley and built on the site of a 17th-century flour mill, The Watermill Hotel offers comfortably furnished bedrooms, a restaurant and free parking. The Watermill is only a 5-minute drive from Glasgow International..
9 Orr Square GB - Paisley PA1 2DL
Set in an oasis of tranquility in the heart of Paisley’s heritage and entertainment district, this splendid Listed Regency Georgian Town House boasts its own private courtyard and walled garden. Within 10 minutes of Glasgow airport and Glasgow Centr..