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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 ...
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.
Beautiful hotel in lovely surroundings - and an abundance of activities to keep us entertained even in the persistent rain! We thought the breakfast choice was especially excellent. The one area we would suggest could be improved is consistency of staff service in the dining and bar areas, although ...
Our stay was after graduation and the campus was quiet. The room was great but the pub was just so-so. It was a little hard for us to find the hotel once we got on campus.
We were shocked, when we paid our bill on departure, to find that there was a 29.90 pound charge for a bowl of oatmeal and an egg from the breakfast menu. There seems to be one fee for the hot breakfast no matter what you order. Perhaps that could have been better explained beforehand.
Nice hotel, within easy reach of the motorway and Falkirk, easy check in, we were given a room in the garden wing, which is around the back of the hotel, so you have to go back outside and around the side of the hotel, luckily it wasn't raining as there is no cover. Room was spacious and clean, large ...
The hotel is very near to the loch and has lively rooms and dining room. The breakfast was nice but Smokey from the toaster. Dinner was lively. The spa is a great asset but is very tired looking and half the pool was in use for swimming lessons until after 6pm and they charged us for a phone call ...
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.
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