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CLYDE HOUSE

  • Clyde House - Reko Homes
  • Clyde House - Reko Homes
  • Clyde House - Reko Homes
  • Clyde House - Reko Homes

CLYDE HOUSE

from $ 40 /night
Max person:
,   
Room bed: 2
Clyde House named after the River Clyde in Scotland. This confirms that the house design and architectural ideas were from Scotland, of which the house was designed by a Scottish Architect Mr...

Clyde House named after the River Clyde in Scotland. This confirms that the house design and architectural ideas were from Scotland, of which the house was designed by a Scottish Architect Mr Gordon Smith, of Smith Findlay Architects Company in Scotland. As the owner of Reko Homes spent about 13 years of his life studying and working in Glasgow.
Clyde House, distinct color in chocolate brown welcomes chocolatier’s to Ghana the land of best cocoa. “The Clyde” is a two bedroom family house guest house situated in Tema just of 20 mins from Accra, with bunk bed in the kids room to accommodate a family with two kids, an extra provision for a family with a baby as baby’s cot is provided. The Facilities of Clyde Accommodation is fantastic and ticks all the boxes for your holiday house or B & B accommodation. Cook your meals as you prefer in our modern kitchen, shop for your European foods as there is Grocery shop down the road.

The river Clyde is the eighth longest river in the UK, the river was used for harnessing power to run mills until the 18th century in its history. It stretches through the towns of Lanark, Hamilton and Motherwell and artificially widened to form a lake at the Strathclyde Park, through Uddingston, Rutherglen before into the Port and City of Glasgow.
During the Industrial Revolution the Clyde River served many purposes, as it was straightened and widened, many ship building companies were built on the Clyde. Cotton and Tobacco products were shipped to the Americas and the far East. There are about 72 bridges on the Clyde serving roads, rail and foot crossings. The river then stretches to through Port Glasgow and Greenock.

 

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