The northernmost of the United Kingdom’s countries, Scotland, is home to a rich cultural history set amongst some of the most beautiful landscape that Europe has to offer. Whether you’re staying in a hotel in the capital of Edinburgh, a guesthouse in the peaks of the Highlands or a B&B on the shores of the Hebrides, you’ll find plenty to love during a visit to this gem of a place.
The city of Stirling is just one of the many destinations to put on your itinerary as it is considered the country’s “heritage capital” and features some of its most iconic buildings. These include the 13th century Stirling Castle that overlooks the city from the top of Castle Hill and the National Wallace Monument, which stands in honour of one of Scotland’s most heroic sons.
Visit John Cowane’s Hospital in Stirling
John Cowane’s Hospital sits in the city of Stirling and was established by the wealthy businessman John Cowane as a 17th century alms-house. The building is commonly considered one of the best examples of architectural design from its time and also features remarkable gardens.
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