12th of September, 2018 | Posted in Glasgow, Hotel News Email Article | Print Article

Ingliston Country Club & Hotel in Renfrewshire, privately owned and run by the Fraser family, has invested £250,000 in an indoor marquee (pictured above) to treble its capacity for events for up to 500 guests. Nigel Bird, CEO at Ingliston Country Club & Hotel said, “We wanted to create a venue that can host large events but still offer great hospitality and entertainment in this unique location. Events on this scale bring fantastic numbers of visitors to the area and will undoubtedly benefit the local economy. We expect high demand for the new marquee and anticipate
securing 80 new bookings in the first year. He continued, “We are already a hugely popular events location but are unique in offering a venue with this capacity, character and calibre within a short drive of Glasgow. The setting, near Bishopton and the Kilpatrick Hills, provides a memorable backdrop for any celebration, team building or corporate event.” The new indoor marquee is ideal for large events with space to comfortably accommodate 500 guests. Ingliston also offers event space in the elegant Salerno and Connemara suites which can accommodate 150 and 160 guests respectively

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