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We wanted a luxury hotel, and Cameron House delivered. It felt very special. I like historic hotels, but often they are a bit frayed at the edges. Cameron House manages to combine historical grandeur with a fresh feel. It was traditional and energetic -- a difficult combination to achieve. My room ...
Lovely location, and nice clean, quiet room. Unlike most places, we were unable to check in even a few minutes early - which would have been really nice for two weary red-eye travellers.
Had a fantastic stay thanks to Andy, who helped us in the restaurant with my grandsons, aged 3&6. Room was brilliant, lovely and clean and very spacious. Every member of staff was friendly and were great with the kids. Pool was great and the boys really enjoyed it. Cant fault anything about our stay, ...
Stayed in hotel annex. Very large room with spacious bath. Wifi only available in lobby, but not uncommon in rural Scotland. Continental or Full Scottish Breakfast included. We'd stay again for sure.
We stayed at Palombo's and made day-trips to explore Scotland. The Loch cruise was quite pleasant. We drove to Hadrian's Wall, Oban, the Trossachs, Fort William, Stirling Castle, Inverary Castle, the Antonine Wall, and the Falkirk Wheel. There are several shops and pubs near the B&B, as well as the ...
Our stay was after graduation and the campus was quiet. The room was great but the pub was just so-so. It was a little hard for us to find the hotel once we got on campus.
The sport of golf has played a long and significant part in the history of the country of Scotland, where it was invented in the High Middle Ages and has been enjoyed and celebrated ever since. Each year tourists make their way to the many world class courses and iconic golf sites that the country has to offer, including the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, the Old Course at St. Andrews Links, and other courses such as Royal Dornoch, Royal Troon, and Muirfield, many of which have played host to golf’s biggest events.
Those booking their stay in the area of Stirling and Falkirk will be able to reach a number of these great destinations, as the central location offers easy access to both the west and east coasts, as well as resorts to the north like Gleneagles, host of the 2014 Ryder Cup.
Those visitors to Scotland who are enjoying a golf tour of the country’s finest links should stay in some of the region's historic golf hotels, where they can walk in the footsteps of some of the games greatest players and most important figures.
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