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The ancient town of Stirling, which lies in central Scotland, is dominated by its medieval castle. That towers over the city from its craggy hilltop spot and overlooks the site of the 13th-century Battle of Stirling Bridge, which saw Sir William Wallace defeat the English. If you score a Stirling bed and breakfast in the old town, you'll feel like you've stepped back in time in the maze of winding cobbled streets filled with stark stone structures – they haven't changed much over the centuries. Want to combine your Scottish city break with the great outdoors? You won't be far from the hiking trails in the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.
Manor houses, country boltholes and traditional stone B&Bs, Stirling
While the bed and breakfasts in Stirling differ immensely, you'll find a warm and friendly environment in all of them. There's plenty of choice, from traditional little B&Bs offering a budget place to lay your head each night to boutique boltholes, with luxurious furnishings and well-manicured surrounding gardens. Some are located right in the heart of the old town, placing you a stone's throw from the historical attractions. Others are housed in country manor houses in the extraordinarily beautiful Highland scenery. It doesn't matter whether you're coming on a romantic break or a family historic getaway, you'll always find what you are looking for on Expedia, which lists every property, along with detailed descriptions and photographs. Just plug in your location and budget, scan through the properties and book in just a few clicks. You'll always be assured of a stress-free break when you book through Expedia.
When you arrive at your bed and breakfast in Stirling, you'll find checking in is a breeze and while you settle in to your guestroom, you'll find it comes equipped with plenty of amenities. You can flick on the kettle to make a cup of coffee while you link up to the complimentary WiFi and start planning what you're going to do. Some of the guestrooms will have ensuite bathrooms stocked with toiletries, and all will have storage for your things. You may find the guestroom has views over the historic landmarks in the city or over one of Stirling's green parks. There are more specific features you can look out for, too, like pet-friendly rooms or B&Bs that offer free secure parking. Don't forget to bring the kids on your adventure, because many have large family-sized or adjoining bedrooms. Every morning, you'll be greeted downstairs by a hearty breakfast, with things like Scottish fry-ups or bowls of porridge on the menu. Have you thought about combining your historic city break with a few cultural days exploring the museums and galleries in Glasgow?
Look back over centuries of history in castles, monuments and state-of-the-art museums near your B&B, Stirling
It might be small, but there's no shortage of things to do near your bed and breakfast in Stirling. A good place to start is Stirling Castle, where you can dive into its mysterious past. Stirling newbies won't want to miss the National Wallace Monument, a landmark dedicated to the Scottish hero who famously fought off the English 700 years ago. Alternatively, you can take your place on the battlefield at The Battle of Bannockburn Experience, where you can come face-to-face with medieval soldiers, using state-of-the-art technology. There's more history to be found at Stirling Old Town Jail, where actors tell the story of the city. If you haven't had your fill of museums, try The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders' Museum, which looks back over 200 years of military history. Top off the break with a dram or two of fine single malt at the Deanston Distillery.
- Stay in the heart of the Scottish old town without breaking the bank
- Tap into the owner's knowledge to discover Stirling like an insider
- Wake up in a guestroom with character and personality
- Fuel up on a proper Scottish breakfast every morning