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Stayed here our first night on the West Highland Way. I had booked a double with king sized bed but on arrival had been allocated a twin room instead, when I queried this I was offered the option of a small double instead of the twin but no apology or explanation as to why I didn't get the room I ...
Not your 5 star hotel; it's just a countryside lodge and it is an excellent place to put a night - quiet town and there's a wool centre just within walking distance, very informative for kids. Room is clean, just that walls are a bit thin. Breakfast was very lovely! It was only a night's stay and ...
. We spent our honeymoon there and have stayed several times. Never had any problems. Place well decorated, roomy and comfortable. Great breakfast. Half mile from junctions of the M(. Short distance from the Kelpies and the Falkirk Wheel. No hesitation in recommending it. Right in the centre of Central ...
Balloch is an interesting area. Saturday night, every pub on the strip has live music. It is somewhat hopping to say the least. It reminds me a little bit of a New Jersey costal town. The restaurant and hotel attached to the pub are not bad. I didn't go out back to the night club, but it has loud ...
Short break, booked at short notice. Lovely room with great views. Enjoyed dinner in Kailyard restaurant. Booking system means you cannot always eat as early as you would like.
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.
Very nice clean hotel good location. Staff in restaurants were fast and helpful both for the booked dinner and breakfast. Food was excellent on all the occasions. The only slight down side was the length of time it took to get served a meal in the bar both ordering and waiting on the meal. The bar ...
We always enjoy our stay at Cameron House. We've been going there for 25 years to enjoy the great location, natural beauty of Loch Lomond and the facilities including he superb leisure facilities, swimming pool and spa.
Visitors to Scotland will most likely head for the cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh, which are home to a vast array of attractions, fine hotels, restaurants, nightlife, and more. But those hoping to take in as much Scottish culture as they can will not want to miss out on the country’s “heritage capital” of Stirling. Home to romantic and atmospheric sites like Stirling Castle, which was once housed monarchs like Robert the Bruce and Mary Queen of Scots, the Church of the Holy Rude, and the National Wallace Monument, this is a perfect city to set a wedding in.
If you'd prefer to have the ceremony in a more natural setting, the surrounding area of Stirling is also a pleasant and attractive place to stay, is there is beautiful countryside and historical towns like Falkirk, with the stunning Loch Leven just short trip to the east, and Loch Lomond to the west. Both excellent locations for those all-important wedding pictures.
Once you've decided on where to you want to hold the wedding, the next thing to decide is where to have the reception, and figure out where you will pop all your guests for the evening. With Expedia's comprehensive search tool you can locate the best wedding hotels in Stirling and Falkirk, so the only thing you have to worry about is what cake you're going to order!