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The Golden Lion was perfectly acceptable for us. We wanted a Base in the city centre to meet up with friends. It is basic with the staff being helpfully enough if you approach them with any queries. Breakfast could have been fresher but mainly due to the buffet style and we didn't like having to ...
Good standard accommodation in a busy clean hotel. Good food at reasonable price for dinner and overall an excellent price for this standard of hotel.
The staff were very friendly and the food was satisfactory. I did say on two occasions that our room was very cold. It was in the basement of the castle building. I would normally not be one to complain and understand that it is an old building but I did kind it strange that the window could not ...
Polite and helpful staff. Valet parking is an option, but it is probably more convenient to park yourself in the not too distant carparks. Selection of dining options at various prices.
We booked this place sight unseen around 7pm through Expedia and were very happy to find a clean, roomy space with everything working and in great condition. We had a hard time getting the card key to work and so the lovely desk attendant came over in person (different building) to ensure that we ...
The host was very welcoming and gave us lots of information about Stirling and the surrounding area. The house was spacious and since we were in the lower level, we had our own door entry. Our schedule only had us staying there one night but there are lots of walks in the area to justify staying ...
Scotland is well known for its unique culture and history, and those planning their itineraries for a trip to Scotland should be sure to reserve a hotel in the city of Stirling, which is considered the country’s “heritage capital”. Stirling has the finest concentration of historic buildings in Scotland, capped by its stunning Stirling Castle, which dates from the early 12th Century and has played a major role in events such as the Wars of Scottish Independence.
The nearby town of Falkirk is another important historical area, and its most notable attractions are the ruins of the Roman Empire’s Antonine Wall, which marked their northern border. Other sites include the contemporary Falkirk Wheel, an impressive feat of engineering, and the imposing 15th century fortress, Blackness Castle.
Anyone wanting to experience a truly cultural visit to Scotland should be sure to book their stay at one of the country’s historic hotels, where they will be able to live amongst some of the country’s artefacts. To reserve your stay a hotel and to plan your itinerary for you visit, just use the Expedia search tool now.