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We had our first night's stay in Scotland at Drum farm. The hostess was very friendly and made us feel at home. It is in a quiet rural location, and a GPS may be needed to find it. If you are coming from Stirling, driving down the Carron Valley towards Fintry. It is about a half mile past the Carron ...
The B&B was great with a comfortable, warm room. Host was great giving us information for about getting around and places to eat. Great location for exploring the area, close to Stirling city centre, the castle and the Wallace monument.
We stayed here for two nights and were very happy with the accommodation and the staff were helpful and the evening meals in the bar were good and well priced
Those visiting Scotland and hoping to discover its many historical treasures should must visit the city of Stirling, just a short trip northwest from the country’s capital of Edinburgh. Stirling might not be as world-renowned as major cities like Edinburgh and Glasgow, but it is “the heritage city” of Scotland, and features a vast number of monuments and historical locations; this includes the “heritage mile”, that’s cobbled streets and walkways are lined with medieval and Renaissance churches, buildings decked with Victorian iron work, and much more.
Those hoping to discover all that Stirling and the nearby town of Falkirk have to offer, without spending a fortune on their stay should consider booking with one of the area’s two star hotels, which will provide them with comfortable accommodation at a reasonable price.
So begin planning your tour of Scotland now, and you’ll soon be discovering sites like the spectacular Stirling Castle, the 220 foot tall Wallace Monument, and the Roman Empire’s Antonine Wall. To research your options and reserve your room simply use the Expedia search tool today.