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Third visit to a hotel that continues to impress. Location gorgeous and peaceful. Staff amazing. Rooms incredible.. Bathrooms have the wow factor and more. Food is delicious. What's not to love? Truly worth a visit.
The Victoria Square B&B was outstanding! The staff was friendly and helpful. Breakfast was very good and dining service was excellent. Room was very clean and beautifully decorated. The bathroom was updated and very nice. The location was in walking distance to pubs, restaurants and shopping in the ...
The welcome is so warm and friendly! The food is marvellous. Lovely wine and 55 types of whisky. Room was cosy and comfortable. I don't know when they sleep though.
I’m not sure that this hotel warrants 5 stars. It is a little strange waking straight into the reception with the bar and restaurant all open plan. Couldnt fault the staff, especially at breakfast. The room itself was okay, no view out the window. Reading other reviews I was concerned about the noise ...
We have stayed at this hotel several times but this time we were very disappointed we paid for a deluxe room but there was nothing deluxe about it, this hotel is tired and is need of an upgrade .
Visitors to Scotland often build their itineraries around some of the country’s most acclaimed attractions, and those not wanting to miss out on the richest treasure trove of artefacts and historical buildings should be sure to book a hotel room in the city of Stirling, home to the highest concentration of historical buildings in Scotland. Crowned by Stirling Castle, this city was once the former home to the likes of Robert the Bruce and Mary Queen of Scots, and is replete with wondrous sites, including the William Wallace Monument, Church of the Holy Rude, and the Bannockburn Heritage Centre.
A short trip south of Stirling you will also discover the town of Falkirk, that has some gems of its own for visitors to discover, such as the Antonine Walls, that once marked the northern border of the Roman Empire, the nearby Blackness Castle, and more contemporary artistic and engineering sites such as the Kelpies sculpture, and the Falkirk Wheel.
If you enjoy a little pampering while you're on holiday, then it might be an idea to book a stay at a local luxury hotel, which will not only bring you close to the historical sites, but will provide you with all the amenities you need to slough off the daily grind and embrace your Scottish break away.
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