One Of Glasgow's Most Important Historical Buildings Has Just Unveiled A New Rooftop Bar For Summer

Published . By Faith Strickland.

Mackintosh At The Willow

The terrace at Mackintosh At The Willow has had a modern makeover in time for summer.

One of Glasgow's most important historical buildings has completed the final part of its regeneration, and it's on another level. Mackintosh At The Willow recently unveiled their new south-facing roof terrace, just in time for summer. The minimalist space features smart white tables and chairs, grey sofas, paving stones, potted plants and climbing ivy on part of the exposed brick wall, along with views of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's original chimney. To keep you hydrated in the sun, the bar will be serving up a refreshing list of spritzes, perfect serve G&Ts, and bubbles. If the weather isn't playing ball, head inside to the unique tearooms; first opened in 1903 and designed by the legendary Mackintosh, the space has now been returned to its former glory.

Find Mackintosh At The Willow at 217 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, G2 3EX. The rooftop is also available for private hire.