House for an Art Lover was designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1901 and almost 89 years later, that design was made a reality as House for an Art Lover was erected amidst the stunning backdrop of Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park.
The house and grounds are a cultural haven, proving an essential point of interest for tourists and local residents alike. Located in the heart of House for an Art Lover, is the fabulous Art Lovers Café - a stunning, fresh, airy space serving great food in a very special setting indeed.
The cafe is very much designed in keeping with the rest of the stunning building, creating a wonderful experience for diners who are able to look out upon the wonderful grounds through the restaurant’s stunning feature windows.
The food is fresh, exciting and vibrant; and this vibrancy is continued in the atmosphere of this lovely place. Art Lovers Café has a very noticable pulse, with energy flowing throughout. This is a very popular spot, albeit a bit off the beaten track; however, despite that, it’s certainly worth venturing to the outskirts of the city centre for a bit of culture and fine dining here.
The house itself is unique in that there’s a lot of history here in terms of design, but at the same time it’s very modern. The same is true of the menu - we’re talking classics with a modern twist. Very delicious and very comforting.
This isn’t just a House for an Art Lover - Food Lovers will feel right at home too.
House for an Art Lover, Bellahouston Park, 10 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow, G41 5BW