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Featured Stirling and Falkirk Green Hotels

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Ardlochay Lodge
Maragowan, Killin
Ardlochay Lodge
4.4/5 (32 reviews)

It was a great time the lodge is spotless . Very welcoming !! Great food . Will go back again

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Inverardran Guest House
A85, Crianlarich
Inverardran Guest House
4.4/5 (42 reviews)

Good value for money. Breakfast is excellent and the hosts pay good attention to their guests. Fresh towels every day. Room decoration looks a little dated but was clean.

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The Winnock Hotel
The Square, Drymen, Glasgow
The Winnock Hotel
3.8/5 (101 reviews)

Great breakfast and great stay. Room was lovely and warm. Hotel had bar and restaurant so no need to go elsewhere. Breakfast was great and mostly table service.

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Pocket Guide: Green Hotels Hotels in Stirling and Falkirk

Scotland is home to some of the United Kingdom’s most beautiful and isolated landscapes, including the stunning wilderness of the Highlands, the serene beaches of the Hebrides, and the idyllic countryside of the Lowlands. Those booking their hotel in the area of Stirling and Falkirk will have ample opportunity to explore some of Scotland’s best natural wonders, as they are just a short trip from two national parks, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs (to the west), and The Cairngorms (to the north).

Discover the City of Stirling

On top of having great access to outdoor activities, the city of Stirling is also one of Scotland’s most historic, and is labelled as the country’s “heritage capital”. Visitors to the area will be able to explore sites such as Stirling Castle, one of the country’s finest and largest castles, the Church of the Holy Rude, and the National Wallace Monument. The nearby town of Falkirk also houses Roman ruins, and the acclaimed Blackness Castle.

Book Your Stay at a Stirling and Falkirk Green/Sustainable Hotel

Those visiting Scotland and who are trying to help the country maintain its lush and beautiful scenery should consider staying at a green/sustainable hotel, where they will be able to rest comfortably knowing that they’re helping both Scotland and the world’s environment.

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