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Central to visit my friends and family and some good trout fishing lakes.Rebooked again for August 👍
DoubleTree by Hilton Dunblane Hydro£76DoubleTree by Hilton Dunblane Hydro£76
Great location only 2 min walk to the Castle or the main street. Breakfast was included in my room booking and it was great! Rooms were a little dated and as most were had the option of joining, there was some noise heard between them. Tnere is onsite parking & a great gym. Please note that some ...
The Stirling Highland Hotel£68The Stirling Highland Hotel£68
Hotel was lovely with very friendly staff. I thought the drinks were over priced and some of the food too.
Macdonald Forest Hills Hotel & Spa£74Macdonald Forest Hills Hotel & Spa£74
When we arrived at the hotel at 3pm our room wasn't ready. We had to sit and wait with the children for 65mins. The girl on the desk wasn't helpful. They offered us a drink which we thought was for free. When the drink came waitress said that he taken 25% off the bill!! Drinks were very expensive ...
Macdonald Inchyra Hotel & Spa£67Macdonald Inchyra Hotel & Spa£67
Brilliant place to have as a base to tour the many historical sites around! Clean, Staff helpful, Beautiful grounds!
Superb surroundings (lucky students!). The bed is great for one person but a bit small for a couple. Overall, a great place to stay.
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.