West Highland Way
The West Highland Way was the first long distance footpath to be established in Scotland. The Way runs for 152 km (95 miles) from Milngavie northwards to….
Milngavie Kiva Team
Milngavie Online has started Milngavie Kiva Team – a Kiva Lending Team for the town of Milngavie, where people from the local area can offer…
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Property Of The Week
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Mugdock Country Park
Mugdock is one of Scotland’s most popular visitor attractions offering a great countryside experience. With a visitor centre, castle and 260 hectares of ancient…
Milngavie has a number pubs for all tastes, based in and around the town centre. Great places for a quick pint or some pub grub or to watch a football match on TV…
Whether you’re in Milngavie on holiday, business or just 1 night before starting the West Highland Way you can choose from hotels, B&B’s, self-catering or camping
A railway station with frequent trains to & from Glasgow, plus a well connected bus service and numerous taxi companies your transport needs are…
There are numerous excellent restaurants in the local area, offering a range of cuisines from pub grub to indian, thai, italian, etc – there’s even a McDonalds…
Two medical practices cover the area, both conveniently located near the centre of town and able to assist you in times of medical need. For out of hours emergencies…
Three established dental surgeries offering a range of treatments, to ensure your smile looks its best. Emergency dental treatment is also available from nearby…
There are numerous veterinary services for local dogs, cats and other small animals. Whether its vaccinations, illness, injuries your pets will be well cared for
Milngavie is one of those names designed to separate the locals from the travellers. It’s pronounced as “Mill-guy”. However, if you listen to many locals it might sound more like “Mull-guy”. It possibly derives from the Gaelic “muileann gaoithe” meaning windmill.
Welcome To Milngavie
Milngavie is a commuter town, with much of its working population travelling to Glasgow to work or study. With a population of of approx 14,000 the town grew from a country village to a minor industrial centre in the nineteenth century. It is best known as the starting point of West Highland Way, a long distance footpath which runs northwards for 95 miles to the town of Fort William.