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Nice friendly welcoming couple, who run this B&B. They are very friendly and gave us information and guided us were to visit. Breakfast is good. Room is clean.
A group of us heading to Machrihanish to play golf decided to break the journey by staying overnight at The Arrochar Hotel. It suited our purposes and was good value for money. Food at night in the hotel was good as was the breakfast in the morning.
The hotel is a little dated in places and could do with a bit of a makeover but there is a good welcome and the food in the evening was excellent.. Staff work very hard at dinner and breakfast - they really need more staff to keep up with food orders etc. Overall it was a good experience. The bedroom ...
Very welcoming staff. Very comfortable beds / pillows. Only drawback to rooms was lack of anywhere to hand clothes - not an issue for us as just one night stay. Didn't need an evening meal but would certainly go back and try their menu. Breakfast was excellent!
Idealy situated in Callander. Small Family run hotel in touch with the community. Very friendly, happy to help and advise. Small bar and local folk music nights made for an enjoyable warm experience.
They looked after my car, which I left parked on the front of the hotel, for one week. The owner even offered my a parking spot on her own house drive. They contacted me within 24 hours about something that I had left behind at the hotel. The food in the bistro was excellent.
Just to the north of Scotland’s two largest cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh, is the country’s most historic destination, the city of Stirling, which is home to iconic sites such as Stirling Castle and the National Wallace Monument. Stirling not only provides its visitors with a wonderful chance to discover a vast number of great historical sites, but it also puts them in close proximity to the beautiful Scottish wilderness, as Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park is just a short drive to the northwest.
Those choosing to head south of Stirling will come across more historical and modern attractions, such as the Falkirk Wheel, an incredible feat of nautical engineering, the Kelpies statue, that stand an astounding 30 metres tall, as well as the remains of the Antonine Wall that marked the northern border of the Roman Empire.
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