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For a 300 year old home, this place was great. The owners were simply wonderful and eager to talk with you. There is a nice bar and restaurant inside which was perfect after a long day of driving. Our room was a bit small and quite simple but perfect for us! They are in the middle of renovating as ...
The food was good but the staff a bit disorganized. The dog in the next room which kept barking was not the fault of the hotel but none-the-less a nuisance. However all of that being said, the lounge was comfortable with a nice library and we would return.
Fantastic facilities and a very,very warm welcome from the owners, Peter and the locals. Great choice & quality food. Great night on both Quiz night on Tuesday (even though we came third out of 3! & the Live Band on Wednesday -what an atmosphere. Could not fault at all & we'll definitely be going ...
Stayed in hotel annex. Very large room with spacious bath. Wifi only available in lobby, but not uncommon in rural Scotland. Continental or Full Scottish Breakfast included. We'd stay again for sure.
Unexpectedly large and spacious beautiful family suite right on the shores of Loch Lomond. Of all the places we stayed in Scotland, this was by far the roomiest and nicest ever. The kids loved it. Very friendly staff too.
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.