Stirling Hotels

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Stirling is medieval town and the former capital of Scotland. A full account of these Stirling hotels can be enjoyed on the hotel booking pages. The city huddled is around the large and formidable Stirling Castle and was an official royal burgh until 1975. Find hotel and bed & breakfast accommodation in Stirling convenient for visits to the magnificent Castle, historical home to the formidable Stewart kings James IV, V and VI, and Mary of Guise, and holding sway above the whole town.

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Stirling Highland Hotel

Spittal Street Stirling Stirlingshire FK8 1DU

This is a formidable property for the price. Located virtually next door to Kings Park and the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum this four-star hotel was at once time the district school. The lesson this time is one about luxury. Each of the bedrooms are bright, spacious and finished in warm, autumnal colours . The outlook is traditional rather than current, the hotel retaining much of its period charm and opulence. As a member of the respected Puma Hotels Collection you can be guaranteed a ...

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accommodation in Stirling

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Name Miles Region Rooms Price Type
Name Miles Region Rooms Type ? Type ?
Stirling Highland Hotel 0.1 Stirling 96 74.25
Golden Lion Flagship Hotel 2.5 Stirling 67 72.00
Royal Hotel - Bridge of Allan 2.6 Stirling 43 59.00
Cook’s of Stirling 0.3 Stirling 7 80.00
King Robert Hotel 1.7 Stirling 52 47.00
Terraces Hotel 0.2 Stirling 18 42.00
Holiday Inn Express Stirling 1.2 Stirling 78 50.00
Adamo - Bridge of Allan 2.6 Stirling 15 80.00
Victoria Square Guest House 0.4 Stirling 7 74.00
Broomhall Castle 6.5 Stirling 10 59.00
Kerran Bed & Breakfast 1.6 Stirling 3 45.00
Premier Inn City Centre 0.8 Stirling 60 62.00
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Room4U can offer terrific lodging opportunities at Stirling hotels and bed and breakfast lodgings well placed for the magnificent Stirling Castle and the Bannockburn Centre. This memorable Scottish town was granted city status as part of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee in 2002, and not before time. Stirling’s historical legacy is second to none and there’s a keen, progressive aesthetic. This is where the Scottish Lowlands meets the Highlands. On one side you have the rising profile of the Trossachs and its craggy, mountainous terrain and on the other the gentle roll of the Lowlands. The students of Stirling University give the city its cosmopolitan feel whilst sites like the Bannockburn Heritage Centre keep its spirit firmly rooted in Stirling’s violent, warring past. This is the city of battles, kings, heroes and villains. Attractions in the area include Stirling Old Town Jail, the National Wallace Monument, Bannockburn and Stirling Tolbooth.

If you like shopping then take a wander down Barnton Street. The street has a good mix of shopping with an emphasis on fashion and beauty. Baker Street and Friar is where you’ll find the more interesting curiosity shops. This area is home to Stirling’s Left Bank scene and it’s here where you’ll find the antique shops, the gift shops and the book stores. The Bridge of Allan in the city centre is a smart Victorian Quarter, popular with fashionistas and food lovers alike. This is where you’ll find the cool boutique stores and street cafes. To learn more about attractions in the local area call the Stirling Tourist Centre on +44 (0) 8707 200 611.

Stirling accommodation is quite reasonable where rates are concerned. The Forth Guest House offers rooms from £25 per person per night. This fine-looking Regency guest house is just five-minutes from Stirling Train Station and located in a quiet residential area just off the A9 road. Darnley Park is just across the road, and Stirling Castle just a good ten-minutes on foot. This well-appointed property has a 4-star bed & breakfast rating and has been recommended by several other travel guides.

By modern city standards, the Georgian House, just off the Upper Craigs area is still a cheap enough option with double rooms being offered for around £35 per person per night and this includes a self-serve continental breakfast. This handsome Georgian property will add a rather lavish dimension to your stay. The three luxury guest rooms are furnished to an exceptionally high-standard and come equipped with wi-fi, refreshment tray and flat-screen televsion. Private parking is also available. The house was owned by the artist George Mathieson and the fine-art theme is reflected beautifully in the furnishings. This bed & breakfast establishments is perhaps closer than any other to Stirling City Centre. it’s right in th thivk of things. For other lodgings ideas, check out the table above. If no hotel rooms are available on the dates you wish to travel, other Stirling hotels and cheap bed & breakfast lodgings will be suggested.

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