At Watt Brothers
Located on the 3rd floor of this well-known Glasgow institution, the two family businesses… Watt Brothers and the Willow Tea Rooms… both firmly believe in putting the customer first.</
The history of Watt Brothers makes fascinating reading. Founded in 1915 by Allan Watt, labelled as Scotland’s ‘Mr Selfridge’, the business today is run by Allan’s great-grandson, Willie.
In 1929 the original Watt Brothers store was extended, the architects involved being the firm of Keppie & Henderson, the one-time employer of a certain young architect, a Mr Charles Rennie Mackintosh… what a great example of the synergies between our businesses.
With its walnut panelling, magnificent ceilings and a grand sweeping staircase the store is very much a visitor attraction in its own right. Add in the Willow Tea Rooms with their interiors inspired by Mackintosh and you have a mix that is sure to please.
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