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We liked the uniqueness of the place. Tim was excellent to work with and the meals we ate there were really quite good. We loved meeting the people in the bar and walking in to town was easy. The rooms were a little to small for us as we were traveling with a lot of baggage. Overall, we enjoyed our ...
Comfortable and cosy. Pleasant and attentive owners who do everything. Lovely log fire with no shortage of logs. Limited breakfast choice but very nice full breakfast.
Our air conditioner began to leak and couldn’t be fixed (hotel repairman wouldn’t be in until the morning), but we were only staying one night. The staff were super friendly & apologetic. I would visit again. Great service.
Very peaceful and quiet, lovely rooms and en-suite, land lady brilliant and friendly, breakfast amazing Top place to stay would recommend to anyone Absolute bargain top top place to stay
We were only here for one night but it met our needs as a stopping place before departing from Edinburgh which took about 40 minutes in rush hour traffic. Great place to eat within walking distance. I would recommend.
We loved taking our dogs with us. Food was good and the staff helpful and pleasant.
A warm welcome, lovely rooms, great food makes staying at this hotel a relaxing trip. My recommendation for trips to Killin
Wonderful and friendly staff. Excellent walking in area. Very calm and peaceful. Would recommend for a nice quiet stay and access to the west highland way.
The Inn at Kippon was one of the pleasant surprises of our trip. Kippon is a very small town, but it has a beautiful park and views. The woman who seemed to manage the inn was very accomodating, and always seemed to be there. The food was good. There were several dogs in the pub, so it must be dog ...
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.