Adjacent to Glasgow Cathedral, this Scottish Baronial–style building dating back to 1867 once served as the church's ecclesiastical headquarters—hence the name. It's suitably grand, with crow-stepped gables and towering turrets. The rooms, accessed by a spiraling stone staircase, are of varying size, but all are smartly decorated with dark-wood furnishings. Rooms 4 and 7 have perfect views of the cathedral and Necropolis across the street. The downstairs bar is popular,
but far enough from the rooms that the noise won't disturb you. A full Scottish breakfast—or a vegetarian option—is served in the private café.