We booked this as a convenient stop-over when travelling from the far North of Scotland down to the Midlands. The hotel was easy to find and the staff were very helpful and welcoming. There was plenty of car parking.
The breakfast was Ok and the evening meal reasonably priced and OK.
The Hotel is old and partly r re-fitted. The corridors are creaky and the lift - maybe Edwardian, has a job to take 2 people and a case. Its a lift with two concertina doors and is maybe not suitable for disabled people. The room was small and cramped. The bed had seen better days and I think new mattresses are needed. The bathroom was Ok for size but had only one functioning light bulb and was therefore dark. The shower cubical was very small although the shower worked fine with plenty of hot water. The shower etc. was clean.
The best aspects of this hotel are its convenient location, ample parking and the friendliness of the staff. We didn't pay a great deal so I suppose we got what we paid for.
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The sights in Stirling are spread out, so it is one of the few places where you can't walk everywhere. Coralinn is at the edge of town, near the Bannockburn Heritage Center. There is a good restaurant nearby. We had the family room which was huge. You can look out the windows and see horses grazing in the fields behind the B&B.
Our stay was wonderful. Stuart is an excellent host, very friendly and helpful!
It was an easy walk downtown to the shops and pubs. Super clean and comfortable.
The breakfast options were lovely and food was delicious.
Stayed in July 2014 for two nights in a sunken upstairs bedroom with twin beds. Loved the decorating. Owner Alison was lots of fun and very welcoming. Breakfast was delicious serving a full hot selection of eggs, toast, tomatoes, mushrooms, black pudding, sausages, and bacon. There were many other wondrous things as well such as fresh homemade bread, dried fruits, yogurt, cereals all set out on a large side table. We were a bit surprised to learn that our credit card had not been charged when we booked as the owner prefers to charge the card when you show up.
Unfortunately we were unable to make use of the spa, which seemed very inviting. The room was lovely and spacious. The hotel was within walking distance with many sights to see and explore. Excellent for a weekend away.
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