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Lovely rooms, friendly, easy private parking, right in town. Lovely on music night (Wed & Sun) quietened down after 1130pm. Nice dinner (full, slow service), lovely breakfast.
Extremely helpful and kind staff. Hotel in need of upgrade.
All good except the fan on the heat/air unit blew on the bed and could not be shut off.
Beautiful stone built farm house in the rolling Scottish hills. Remote, quiet and a lovely, comfortable, warm 'lived in' feel. Last minute booking so got for a bargain. Nice size room, great breakfast and a big car park for my stupid little car transporter. Jennifer was a perfect host. Great ...
Great location , 7 min by car from old town. Cozy Setting, a little garden outside the building - we used it to relax, eat, have our morning coffee -:). Excellent internet connection. Peaceful, clean. the hostess very friendly and helpful. Great value for money. I d definitely come back and recommend ...
The hotel room was small but nicely decorated and the bed was comfortable. The room looked recently refurbished as was the bathroom, although the bath didn't appear to have been replaced. The breakfast was excellent - definitely the best hotel breakfast I've had in a while, although the staff were ...
Great location and the hotel is good. Lovely food. great friendly staff - enjoyed stay.
Helpful and friendly staff - super meal - lovely pizzas
This historic inn is set in the beautiful village of Kippen. Though off the beaten track, it's well placed for visits to Stirling and the Trossachs. The rooms are comfortable and cosy. Food at breakfast and dinner is delicious and very reasonably priced.
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.
Those travelling through the area of Stirling and Falkirk with a pet should be sure to book their stay at one the local pet friendly hotels, which will ensure that both they and their animal friend will be well cared for during their visit.To reserve your room and to plan your exploration of the beautiful and historical country of Scotland, use Expedia's handy search tool to secure a hotel for you and your pet.