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Older hotel that is being modernized - and they are doing a good job. The ability to take a warm bath, needed warm bath was nice...so was the king bed.
Comfortable bed, terrible shower... ************************************************************
We came to breakfast at 9am. While the eggs were cooked to order the bacon and sausage were were tough and dry while the mushrooms were barely warm.Very disappointing. Sevice was good and the cold buffet looked as though it would have been a better choice.
The overall experience at this hotel was very good. It got off to a rocky start when the room wasn't prepared as booked, with a King bed and two singles. However the staff rectified the problem immediately and gave a complimentary drink to make up for the hiccup. The rest of the stay was problem ...
Lovely hotel with excellent spa facilities. Slightly out of the way with nothing round about however everything you’ll need is in the hotel for relaxing break. Staff very courteous and helpful. Only negative was breakfast service. Waited a long time to be met at the door of restaurant despite several ...
Brilliant place to have as a base to tour the many historical sites around! Clean, Staff helpful, Beautiful grounds!
Most visitors to Scotland will book their hotels in the country’s major southern cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh, and will be well aware of major attractions such as Edinburgh Castle, and Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, but fewer will know of the city of Stirling, the country’s “heritage capital”. Stirling lies between Edinburgh an Glasgow, just a short trip from both, and is home to many of the country’s most important historical sites, such as Stirling Castle, home to 300 years of Scottish Monarchs, the National Wallace Monument, and the Bannockburn Heritage Centre, commemorating the victory of the Robert the Bruce’s army over Edward II of England.
The area surrounding Stirling is equally impressive in its historical wonders, and includes sites like the Antonine Wall, which marks the northern border of the old Roman Empire, and Blackness Castle, once used as a stronghold against the arm of Oliver Cromwell.
Those visiting the area of Stirling and Falkirk and hoping to enjoy a swim during their stay would be best to book a room at a local hotel with a pool, which can be used for exercise or fun for the kids. To reserve your hotel room now, and to plan your visit to Scotland’s historic city of Stirling, try using the Expedia search tool today.