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Hill House Helensburgh

Hill House Helensburgh

Hill House in Helensburgh (approx 25 miles to the west of Glasgow) was built for the Glasgow publisher Walter Blackie 1902-1904.
and the Hill House is now in the care of The National Trust for Scotland. The Hill House is considered to be Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s finest domestic creation. Sitting high above the Clyde, it is home to original Mackintosh furniture and interior design and also has attractive formal gardens designed recognisably in the Mackintosh style.

The Hill House
Upper Colquhoun Street
Helensburgh
G84 9AJ
T: +44 (0)1436-673900

Opening times
1 Apr to 31 Oct, daily 1.30–5.30.

Trains run from Glasgow Queen Street Station (Low Level) to Helensburgh Central. On arrival at Helensburgh Central you can either take a taxi (approx £3.50) or walk up Sinclair Street (1.5 miles) and turn right into Kennedy Drive and right into Upper Colquhoun Street.