HOMEOWNERS in the Southside are charging up to £585 a night to stay in their homes during COP26.

In under three weeks, around 150,000 people are believed to be arriving in the city for the United Nations Climate Change Conference.

While all the big hotels are fully booked out, for the two weeks in November, there are plenty of places for delegates and protesters to lay their heads, at a price.

In Glasgow's Southside, Airbnb hosts are advertising properties and rooms for nearly £600.

A two-bedroom tenement overlooking Queens Park will cost you £585 per night during the first two weeks in November, when the summit takes place.

Glasgow Times: Stock imageStock image

In nearby Strathbungo, a loft room with a bathroom will cost you £200 a night.

If you're looking for somewhere rather unusual, then a treehouse in Ibrox is being rented out at £105 per night. 

A description reads: "It's a little room that is located in the garden at the back of the house, one has to climb a tiny spiral staircase to reach it.

"Through two tiny doors into a cute little space with only enough height to stand up in the very middle of the room...

"This unique space is a little slice of magical paradise."

Guests will also have access to the family bathroom, kitchen, garden room and garden.

Elsewhere, in Tradeston, "entire apartments" Are being rented out for £400, £450 and £500 per night. 

A room in Kinning Park "less than a ten-minute walk to COP26" is being advertised for £195 per night. 

Earlier today, we reported that all big hotels are fully booked, but some small hotels are trying to cash in.

In July, the Glasgow Times reported that the Charing Cross Hotel was charging £1609 for a room for the first three nights.

It is still advertising but is now asking for £3818 for the same three day period.

READ MORE: COP26: Glasgow owners try to charge delegates up to eight grand a night

An alternative scheme for campaigners or delegates attending the summit with no budget asks people to give a room or even just a mattress on the floor for free or a small fee.

The COP26 coalition is asking people to put up someone coming to the event to by-pass the Airbnb prices.

Hosts offer a shared space, private room or entire house and are paid between £0 to £30 per night.