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Lovely staff could not be any more helpful, breakfast was lovely varied choice. Not much behind the bar for a nightcap, but can live with that.
I really enjoyed my stay here. The room was basic, yet charming. The location was ideal for the university, or, as I was, a visiting company for the MacRobert Arts centre. Breakfast time was a little strict, but the chef plated up a delicious cooked breakfast as I was 4 minutes after 9am! Incredible ...
This Hotel is situated in a small town ideal for loch tay and all its got to offer the river tay runs through the garden.The Lawers range of mountains are just up the road and i will return soon.
I booked through expedia for 2 nights b&b in a standard twin room. When I checked in was told it was a small twin room. I provided evidence of my booking stating a standard twin room for 2 nights. I was told it should have been a small twin and Expedia had the wrong details! I purchased a standard ...
Lovely stay. Owner has recently taken over and has worked super hard to make it a really lovely place to stay. Nice little touches like a teddy bear for the wee one and coffee and shortbread in the lounge made it feel very homely.
Spent Friday night there with my grand daughter. The room was clean and warm. The food in the restaurant was value for money three courses for £14.95 and it was filling. Also a children s menus. Breakfast was a buffet of cereals meats cheese fresh fruit croissants and a cooked breakfast. This is ...
Scotland is home to a large number of the United Kingdom’s most popular historical site. Those hoping to learn about the country’s rich past be sure to book a hotel in the city of Stirling, which was home to the Scottish monarchs for three centuries. Stirling is considered the heritage capital of Scotland, and its “heritage lane” is made up of the finest concentration of historical buildings in the country.
Once you’ve finished exploring sites like Stirling Castle and the William Wallace Monument, make your way to the town of Falkirk, featuring sites like the Wheel of Falkirk, and the myth-inspired Kelpies sculpture. Falkirk is also located near to a number of other important cultural sites, such as the Roman built Antonine Wall, and Blackness Castle.
For those touring the Stirling and Falkirk area and hoping to relax at night in the comfort of a reliable and affordable accommodation should book their stay at a local three star hotel, which you can easily reserve with the help of the Expedia search tool.
Don’t miss out on your opportunity to see some of Scotland’s spectacular attractions, begin planning your visit to Stirling and Falkirk now.