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Excellent, quiet location, walking distance to town. Modern renovated stately house across from Victoria Square, a large green rectangle park. Room was very large and lots of natural daylight.
Our stay even though brief, was wonderful. Cherry and Gordon were great.I was able to chat with Cherry about the area and get some travel tips.Creagan House is beautiful and the setting is breathtaking. Cherry and Gordon have a tremendous green thumb with Flowering plants and bushes welcoming ...
The hotel is very near to the loch and has lively rooms and dining room. The breakfast was nice but Smokey from the toaster. Dinner was lively. The spa is a great asset but is very tired looking and half the pool was in use for swimming lessons until after 6pm and they charged us for a phone call ...
Beautiful hotel in lovely surroundings - and an abundance of activities to keep us entertained even in the persistent rain! We thought the breakfast choice was especially excellent. The one area we would suggest could be improved is consistency of staff service in the dining and bar areas, although ...
Hotel is ideally situated on a steepish hill overlooking the city. As the old grammar school, it's got lots of character whilst still providing modern facilities - it's been a sympathetic modernisation. The staff here were BRILLIANT - from check in with Vix to all restaurant staff, everyone was exceptionally ...
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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