Stirling Accommodations

Accommodations in Stirling

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Poor
46 reviews
7br 3-star Hotel
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Situated in Stirling, this guesthouse is within 3 mi (5 km) of Bannockburn Heritage Centre, Tolbooth, and Old Town Jail. Church of the Holy Rude is 3.1 mi (5 km) away.
Hotel
Excellent
33 reviews
3br 3-star Hotel
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Located in the heart of Stirling, this bed & breakfast is 0.9 mi (1.4 km) from Bannockburn Heritage Centre and within 3 mi (5 km) of Tolbooth and Old Town Jail. Church of the Holy Rude and Mar's Walk are also within 3 mi (5 km).
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7br Home/Apartment
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The SpacePrice depends on the season and number of people per room - for a custom price/multiple rooms please message me: Twin for 2 people with en-suite shower and toilet - £70 (Room 1) Double for 2 people with en-suite shower and toilet - £70 (Rooms 2, 4 or 7) Family of 3 with en-suite shower and toilet - £85 (Room 5) Family of 4 with en-suite shower and toilet - £105 (Room 5) Munro Guest House is a small friendly Guest House with 7 rooms close to the Stirling City-centre, 5 minutes walk from the bus and train stations and 10 minutes walk to the Castle. Close to shops, restaurants and pubs, so no need to have a car if you do not want to. It is an ideal base to visit Stirling and the surrounding area and is within easy reach of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs and beyond. Most rooms are en-suite and all have hospitality tray with tea and coffee, colour TV and Wi-Fi access. We have single, double, twin and family rooms available. All shower rooms have been refurbished recently. Freshly prepared breakfast, using local produce. On street parking available by 'pay-and-display'. Rates vary depending on the season but typically £70 per room per night for a double en-suite room at high season. In the heart of Scotland, Stirling is Scotland's smallest city and one of its most historic. With mountains, rocky crags and the winding river Forth, Stirling is often described as 'the gateway to the Highlands', Loch Lomond and Scotland's first national park in the Trossachs. Guest AccessKey to own room and front door. Dining room for breakfast. Guest lounge. Interaction with GuestsRichard welcomes guests and gives advice on travel, food and tourist activities on request. The NeighborhoodCity-centre location close to most facilities Getting Around5 minutes from bus and train staitons. Other Things to NoteClose to shops pubs and restaurants. 5 minutes to train and bus stations 10 minutes to Castle.
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Excellent
78 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceDalveen Garden Cottage is a lovely ground floor apartment. Large french windows provide lots of natural light in this well-insulated, converted out -building, that dates from the 1920s. The cottage is very warm and cosy being connected to a biomass supplied central heating and having a log stove in the bed-sitting room itself. A spacious kitchen-diner allows you to prepare your own food. The cottage is located in extensive gardens, next to the owner's house. Dimensions: Bed-sit: 6.50m x 2.90m Kitchen-diner: 4.90m x 2.90m Bathroom: 2.90m x 1.50m The Bathroom has a walk-in shower, toilet & small sink. Guest AccessGuests have access to a private terrace outside the cottage that gets afternoon sun. The kitchen has a cooker/hob/ microwave/ kettle/ iron/ toaster/ dishwasher and fridge. Guests have access to a washing machine and freezer on request. The bed-sit has two single beds. Sheets and towels are provided. The TV is located in the bed-sit. Off-road parking is available on the property. A baby travel cot can be provided on request - no extra charge. Interaction with GuestsWe are happy to advise guests on our lovely area. The NeighborhoodKippen is a really friendly village a great place to live. Its situated on the edge of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs national park and has easy access to all sorts of outdoors activities within a short drive. Alternatively there are many scenic walks within the village and environs. Kippen is a real community with a choice of two busy gastropubs that attract locals and customers from outside the village alike. We have also become a bit of a foodie hub with a deli/coffee shop in the village (Rhubarb and Lime) and the Woodhouse coffee and farm shop & award winning family butcher on the edge of the village. Additionally we have a post office/general store in the village. Both pubs stock a range of beers including those made by our very own micro brewery. Kippen is an ideal base for outdoor activities like hill walking, golfing, kayaking, cycling, open water swimming, tennis and many more. Whiskey distilleries as well as many of Scotland's historic sites and museums are within easy reach. Getting AroundWe have a bus service which connects the village to Stirling and Balfron and then via trains or buses to the major cities of Scotland. Many overseas visitors choose to hire a car to get around however and there are many companies offering car hire from both Edinburgh and Glasgow airports. The railway and coach stations in Stirling are 10 miles away and the First Bus No 10/12/C12 connects Kippen to Stirling and Glasgow via Balfron. Other Things to NoteWe have several pets and we welcome any well behaved additions with responsible owners. We have our own laying hens and grow much of our own vegetables and fruit.
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The SpaceThe double room has a wardrobe and chest of drawers, bedside drawers and a TV. There is also a bathroom next to the bedroom. The house has a modern kitchen and you are welcome to use it. The house has wireless broadband and BT infinity TV. It is a very cosy, warm home Guest AccessAccess to the games room, microwave and fridge. There is an Iron / Ironing board. The cost quoted is for bed and board, cerial, toast/jam and a cup of coffee/tea. Interaction with GuestsI will be around during your stay and happy to provide you with ideas and tips for your visit to Stirling. If by chance I have to be away I will arrange for a friend to be around to look after you. Happy to pick you up and drop you at the Bus/train station if i have time. Although I state that entry is from 4, If you are arriving earlier and if I am available, I am happy to meet you at the bus or train station and you can leave the bags in the car and go and explore Stirling and surrounds without having to carry bags. The NeighborhoodStirling is a bustling and safe modern city steeped in history, and the house is but 15 minutes walk from the historic Stirling Castle, Smith Art gallery and Museum, KingsKnot, Old Town Jail and Church of the Holyrood. Stirling is located right in the heart of Scotland and has been regarded as strategically important for centuries. We are just a few miles from the sites of the Battle of Bannockburn and the Battle of Stirling Bridge. The nearby Wallace Monument stands on Abbeycraig offering commanding views over the stunning Scottish countryside. For younger guests, Stirling has all the nightlife you'd expect of a vibrant university city with a variety of pubs, bars and restaurants all within easy walking distance of the apartment. Stirling is a highly sought after location with easy access to Glasgow and Edinburgh as well as Loch Lomond, The Trossachs national park, and many stunning lochs and glens on your doorstep. It is surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK and those interested in outdoor pursuits will not be disappointed. The house is a 10 minute walk from the main shopping streets and bars and restaurants. Getting AroundThere is a bus stop next to the house. However easy accessable to the centre of Stirling. Good train links to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Perth within 35 minutes.
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The SpaceBeautiful house. Lots of space and light. Regular size double bed with top quality mattress. Guest AccessShared family bathroom (with bath/shower). Downstairs WC. Wi Fi internet, lounge with TV, kitchen diner. Big garden has paved area with table, chairs and parasol. Interaction with GuestsWe speak English, French, Spanish, Arabic and some German. Happy to chat and advise on local sights and transport. The NeighborhoodYou can walk to Stirling University and to Bridge of Allan town centre with its shops and cafes. Getting AroundClose to Bridge of Allan rail station giving access to Glasgow, Edinburgh and other parts of Scotland. Local buses to Stirling, Dunblane, Crieff and intercity buses from Stirling (2 miles). 40-45 mins from Edinburgh/Glasgow airports by car Other Things to NoteThere is a friendly dog in the house.
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The SpaceBy law this is a no smoking establishment Guest AccessAccess to your chosen bedroom bathroom if you are in a standard room guest lounge/breakfast room NO access to kitchen Interaction with GuestsHelp and local attractions/restaurants advice available most of the day Well situated for access to Edinburgh -Glasgow-The Trossachs and Loch Lomond
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The SpaceBy law this is a no smoking establishment Guest AccessAccess to your chosen bedroom bathroom if you are in a standard room guest lounge/breakfast room NO access to kitchen Interaction with GuestsHelp and local attractions/restaurants advice available most of the day Well situated for access to Edinburgh -Glasgow-The Trossachs and Loch Lomond
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The Spaceby law this is a no smoking establishment Guest AccessAccess to your chosen bedroom bathroom if you are in a standard room guest lounge/breakfast room NO access to kitchen Interaction with GuestsHelp and local attractions/restaurants advice available most of the day Well situated for access to Edinburgh -Glasgow-The Trossachs and Loch Lomond
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The SpaceThe room is spacious and well-equipped, with a double bed, sofa, coffee table, books, board games and dvds (and a dvd player). There is wireless internet. Bread, fruit, cereal, porridge, yoghurt, tea and coffee are provided so you can help yourself to breakfast. There's a fridge, toaster, and kettle in the room. Guest AccessYou are welcome to use the kitchen and the washing-machine. Both the bedroom and kitchen are on the ground floor, near the front door, so you can come and go as you wish. The bathroom is upstairs and shared, with a walk-in shower and a huge bath. Towels are provided. You are welcome to use the garden. There's a table and chairs so you can eat your breakfast outside in the sunshine if you want. The NeighborhoodCar parking is available on the street right outside the house, at a cost of £2.90/day or £12/week. Local and long distance buses leave from the bus station nearby. There are half-hourly trains to Glasgow (40 minutes) and Edinburgh (55 minutes), and regular connections to Inverness and London. Stirling is a great place to stay, and our house is right in the heart of it. You can visit Stirling Castle (recently voted best visitor attraction in Scotland!) and wander round the fascinating old town, with many buildings dating back to the 1500s. The Wallace Monument is just across the valley - in fact you can see it from the kitchen window! The best TripAdvisor restaurant in Stirling (Green Gates Indian) is 20 seconds away, with other pubs and restaurants nearby. Stirling is great for shopping, with lots of independent shops and all the big high street names. The beautiful Loch Lomond & Trossachs national park is a 30 minute drive away.
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The Spaceby law this is a no smoking establishment Guest AccessAccess to your chosen bedroom bathroom if you are in a standard room guest lounge/breakfast room NO access to kitchen Interaction with GuestsHelp and local attractions/restaurants advice available most of the day Well situated for access to Edinburgh -Glasgow-The Trossachs and Loch Lomond
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The SpaceA rural location, yet within walking distance of the picturesque Village of Buchlyvie. Glasgow is around 24 miles away and Stirling around 12 miles away. Guest AccessIndividually designed bedrooms with tasteful soft furnishings and solid oak furniture. All rooms have 32" LED flat screen television. There is a shared guest sitting room with superb views over the surrounding hills. Tea and coffee. Plenty private parking. Interaction with GuestsWe extend a truly Scottish welcome to all our guests. The NeighborhoodOur location is very central - less than an hour away from Glasgow and Edinburgh, and some 13 miles from Stirling. An ideal base whether you want to visit the many tourist attractions in central Scotland including Edinburgh Castle, Stirling Castle, The Wallace Monument, Loch Lomond or the Falkirk Wheel. Or if you want to stay closer to home there is much to do locally walking, climbing, fishing, pony trekking or golfing. Aberfoyle situated in the Queen Elizabeth Forest is close by. Aberfoyle is well known for walking and mountain biking. Visit the newly refurbished Lodge Forest Visitor Centre or ride one of the longest zipwires in the UK at Go Ape, Aberfoyle. Getting AroundThere is a public bus service to Stirling and Glasgow where you can connect to bus or train services all over Scotland. Other Things to NoteSorry we have a no smoking policy throughout the house. Sorry No Pets
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Excellent
24 reviews
4br Home/Apartment
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The Space. . This newly built stunning property which has been eligantly furnished is bright, spacious and maintained to the highest standard and will provide you with all the comforts required during your stay. This charming, deceptively large 4 bedroom property provides you with all your essentials to make your stay one to remember. We also pride ourselves in making access available to all and have built the property in mind of ensuring that disable access is available. On entering the property you are greeted by a large hallway, with stunning light fittings and tiled flooring, why not kick off those shoes into the utility room which comes with a fully fitted washing machine, tumble dryer etc. The property is GSH which is fully inclusive as is all electricity, linen towels and information on local restaurants and visitors sites is made available to all guests. The property has 4 bedrooms, all of which have been decorated in neutral colours, giving the rooms a light and airy feel to them, They are all fully furnished, with beautiful light fittings, and luxurious furnishings. The master bedroom has a large en-suite with shower, toilet and sink, there is a family size modern bathroom situated up-stairs and one shower room with WC and sink. A further 3 bedrooms comprise of a double bed, and two of the rooms the beds can be split to form 2 single beds allowing for flexibility for 8 people in total to sleep comfortably. The property also has a back garden, which is closed off allowing for privacy but having plenty of space for outdoor entertaining. The front garden has private off street parking and would home up to 5 vehicles depending on size, ideal for a large number of occupants. So why not make your stay as comfortable and as memorable as possible, with a property that is tailored to your needs. Guest AccessA ramp is available on request, and the large downstairs wet room, is ideal for wheelchair users, as is the large downstairs bedroom. The property also ensures wide doors leading from the living area to the kitchen giving better maneuverability. Interaction with GuestsThe property is GSH which is fully inclusive as is all electricity, linen towels and information on local restaurants and visitors sites is made available to all guests. The NeighborhoodSituated n/r the historic town of Bannockburn where a 5 minute walk will take you to the newly re-opened 1314 Battle of Bannockburn visitors centre, where you can take time to view some of our historical landmarks. For keen golfers, the property is only a 20 minute drive from Gleneagles, and Ryder Cup enthusiasts this is an ideal location as public transport is readily available from our town centre. Our town offers some of Scotland's finest tourist destinations, Stirling Castle and Scotland's National Wallace Monument are only a 10 minute bus journey away. You can also enjoy our local pubs and restaruants which are all within walking distance from the property.
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The SpaceDecorated in exotic colours of red and saffron and complimented by a beautiful open fireplace, even with a super king sized Indian carved walnut bed the room is still spacious and airy ! You will also have exclusive use of your own en-suite shower room. Guest AccessGuests are welcome to use the large living room with Sky TV. Guests are also welcome to make tea & coffee in our vintage style kitchen and a complimentary continental style breakfast is available at the large farmhouse style kitchen table. Interaction with GuestsI love to meet new people and we are a friendly household (my almost 4 year old son and 2 cats included!). However, the place is big enough to give people space too. We will take our lead from you :-) The NeighborhoodKings Park is a perfect location. On one side we have the large park & golf course offering scenic walks and views of Stirling castle and across to Ben Lomond; and on the other side we have Stirling town itself with all the local amenities and tourist attractions such as the Castle and Old Town Jail ...all within easy walking distance. A short drive away we have the Ochills, and historic sites such as Bannockburn, Stirling old bridge and the Wallace Monument. Stirling is known as the Gateway to the Highlands and this is great stop off for trips further North or as a destination in its own right. Getting AroundThe main train station and bus station are about 12 minutes walk away and the M9 and motorway network are about 5 minutes drive. Edinburgh airport is approximately 30minutes drive and we may be able to do a pick up for you. Other Things to NoteThere is space for an extra mattress or cot if families are interested in sharing the room.
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The SpaceHoused within an A listed 18th Century Steading, at the heart of a beautiful working family farm Old Leckie Farmstay is great base for a holiday. The Steading looks over the historic 16 C Old Leckie house and it is hard not to get caught up in the romanticism of this historic landscape. Guest AccessGuests have fantastic access to the popular walking route that links the pretty villages of Gargunnock and Kippen - only 100m away from the accommodation. They also have access to the paths and farmtracks which wind through the farm and landscaped grounds of Old Leckie House. A fire pit is sited in the field opposite the accommodation providing an evening's marshmallow toasting or impromptu BBQ! Interaction with GuestsWe really enjoy meeting our guests and showing them round the farm. Alison is always available to help plan day trips and itineraries and we can draw from some great local knowledge of great places to visit away from the tourist trail... Fresh farm eggs and home made bread often complement the friendly welcome from the family. The NeighborhoodOld Leckie is a really special place. it is not just a farm. Its not just the beautiful location. Maybe its the feeling of tramping the same ground that Bonnie Prince Charlie did when he visited, or just the feeling that you are re-discovering childhood as you explore secret steps and ancient bridges... come and feel it for yourself... Getting AroundWe would recommend a car to make the most of what our area has to offer, but we have had guests who have only used public transport and taxis, and they had a great time! Other Things to NoteWe would love to show you round when you are here - we can arrange a farm tour to suit your plans. The property has full wifi.
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The SpaceWallace apartment is located 5 minutes walk from Stirling bus and railway station in the heart of Stirling. The ground floor apartment offers comfortable, convenient accommodation to explore this historic City. With two good sized double rooms, a large lounge and separate kitchen it provides a great base to explore this lovely area. There is an excellent shopping centre, leisure facilities and a multi screen cinema all within easy walking distance. There are numerous eateries and pubs within the city centre.
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B+b ryder cup, comfortable clean modern family home, 10mins from stirling station, lift available, 1double en suite room, 1double room with private (URL HIDDEN) scottish breakfast.friendly welcome!
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Excellent
134 reviews
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The SpaceThe double room has an en-suite shower room, wardrobe and chest of drawers it also has bedside drawers. It has a wall mounted 42 inch TV and blue ray player along with some DVD's. There is also a bathroom in the house you can use. The house has a modern kitchen, you are welcome to use the fridge and microwave. . The house has wireless broadband and BT vision TV. It is a very cosy, warm home. Guest AccessAccess to the games room if you fancy a game of table tennis, darts or pool. Microwave and fridge. There is an Iron / Ironing board / hair dryer. Interaction with GuestsI will be around during your stay and happy to provide you with ideas and tips for your visit to Stirling. If by chance I have to be away I will arrange for a friend to be around to look after you. Although I state that entry is from 4, If you are arriving earlier and if I am available, I am happy to meet you at the bus or train station and you can leave the bags in the car and go and explore Stirling and surrounds without having to carry bags. The Neighborhood Stirling is a bustling and safe modern city steeped in history, and the house is but 15 minutes walk from the historic Stirling Castle, Smith Art gallery and Museum, KingsKnot, Old Town Jail and Church of the Holyrood. Stirling is located right in the heart of Scotland and has been regarded as strategically important for centuries. We are just a few miles from the sites of the Battle of Bannockburn and the Battle of Stirling Bridge. The nearby Wallace Monument stands on Abbeycraig offering commanding views over the stunning Scottish countryside. For younger guests, Stirling has all the nightlife you'd expect of a vibrant university city with a variety of pubs, bars and restaurants all within easy walking distance of the apartment. Stirling is a highly sought after location with easy access to Glasgow and Edinburgh as well as Loch Lomond, The Trossachs national park, and many stunning lochs and glens on your doorstep. It is surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK and those interested in outdoor pursuits will not be disappointed. The house is a 10 minute walk from the main shopping streets and bars and restaurants. Getting AroundThere is a bus stop next to the house. However easy accessable to the centre of Stirling. Good train links to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Perth within 35 minutes. Other Things to NoteThe house was fully modernized 3 years ago when it was also re wired. It has modern up to date smoke alarms so you can sleep easy.
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The Space 4 rooms all ensuite. Two double rooms, a twin room and a family room that sleeps up to 4 people Guest Access There is a guest lounge and dining area, with balcony to enjoy the views. Also a quiet reading area with a Juliette balcony Interaction with GuestsPresent to welcome guests, answer queries and serve breakfast The NeighborhoodA quiet semi-rural location, with views across open fields to the Ochil Hills, and views from some rooms to the Wallace Monument. However still only 1.5 miles to town, and 1 mile to Stirling University and the Wallace Monumnet Getting AroundThere is private parking, and a bus stop into town approx 200 metres away Other Things to NoteFree toiletries and hospitality tray is provided in all rooms
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The SpaceThis spacious bedroom has own private washbasin with toilet, the other bathroom is situated in the hall and consists of toilet, shower, washbasin and bath and is shared by other guests, hairdryers are provided in the bedroom, this room has its own television with DVD with access to the DVD library. Guests have there own private television lounge where tea or coffee is served with complementary home baking at 21:00 hrs if required. Full Scottish breakfast or continental style is served until 10:30am There is a Summerhouse sited in the garden where you can simply relax with a good book and glass of wine. There are several villages within a few miles, with great pubs, food and hospitality or if you prefer, we can serve dinner, reasonably priced,provided you give us notice. This is a great place to re-charge your batteries and although slightly off the beaten track, there are plenty local places of interest including Loch Katrine, Inchmahome Priory on Lake of Menteith and the Trossachs. The area is well suited to hill-walkers and there is no shortage of mountains to climb. Stirling is our nearest city (17 miles) or Glasgow (20 miles), Stirling castle and Wallace monument are well worth visiting whilst in the area.
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The SpaceCentrally located Bungalow in the heart of Rob Roy country. This is a bedroom with a double bed and the bathroom is adjacent to the hallway which is shared by guests in the other room. The bathroom consists of toilet, shower, washbasin and bath, hairdryers are provided in the bedrooms. Guests have there own spacious private television lounge (which is shared by other guests) and tea or coffee is served with complementary home baking at 21:00 hrs if required. Full Scottish breakfast is served until 10:30 hrs or if you prefer we can offer a continental styled breakfast. There is a summerhouse sited in the garden where you simply relax with a good book and glass of wine. There are several villages within a few miles, with great food and hospitality, or if you prefer, we can serve dinner, reasonable priced, provided you give us notice. This is a great place to re-charge your batteries and although slightly off the beaten track, there are plenty local places of interest including Loch Katrine for boat trips, Inchmahome Priory on Lake of Menteith and the Trossachs where 'Go Ape' is fun for all the Family. The area is well suited to hill-walkers and the West Highland Way walks all within easy reach. Stirling is our nearest city (17 miles) or Glasgow (20 miles). Stirling castle and Wallace monument are well worth visiting whilst in the area.
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The SpaceOur home is the ground floor of a traditional stone built villa. There are only 3 shallow steps to the front door and wider than average doorways. We have blended traditional and contemporary and you will find everything you need in our fully equipped kitchen and can enjoy sitting in our beautiful, productive and wildlife friendly garden. Guest AccessBedroom with double bed and wardrobe. Luxury bathroom opposite your bedroom shared with your hosts. Kitchen/diner which leads out to our garden with fish and wildlife ponds and various seating areas. We embrace the original concept of Air BnB as providing comfortable accommodation within a local's home with the freedom to come and go as you please and as such we provide tea/coffee making facilities and bread, butter & jams for you to make a light breakfast whenever you choose and to avoid you having to buy the basics for a short stay. We will provide space in our refrigerator for your perishables but please note that we only have a small fridge - minuscule by USA standards - we keep our perishables in the supermarket less than 2 minutes walk away. Interaction with GuestsWe are very happy to spend time with you and offer suggestions of things to do locally. That said, we have come to realise that as we are not regular visitors to the tourist hotspots (of which there are many) you may find more up to date information on the internet. We are pretty good at recommending local walks and less well known points of interest. We will be present during your stay and will be going about our lives as normal. You will have a key to come and go as you please. We want you to feel at home and relaxed during your stay. Please ask us if there is anything you need. The NeighborhoodBridge of Allan is a delightful small spa town with a vibrant cafe culture. There are lots of lovely walks and we would be happy to suggest our favourites to you. We are on the edge of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park and only a few miles from the historic town of Stirling with it's magnificent castle and the Bannockburn Heritage Centre. The National Wallace Monument and the University of Stirling are both within walking distance. We are a few metres from Holy Trinity Church in Bridge of Allan which has an interesting connection with Charles Rennie Mackintosh: Some of the furnishings were designed by Mackintosh in 1904. You can visit the church on Sunday's. Getting AroundThe public transport links are excellent with a bus stop across the road and a bus every 10-15 minutes into Stirling. The train station is 10 minutes walk and there are regular trains to Glasgow (takes 45 minutes), Edinburgh (takes 1 hour) and the North. Bicycles are available to hire from the car park next door to our house. They can be returned to the same place or to one of the many sites in and around Stirling. There is ample free parking in the car park next door and on the street. Other Things to NoteWe have recently become cat fosterers and may have a cat and/or kittens living with us when you visit. They are kept in one room and do not have free access throughout the house. They will not have been in any of the rooms available for your use.
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The SpaceBeautiful house. Lots of space and light. Huge flexible en-suite room can accommodate up to 4 people (see photos for different layouts) Entry to house via 3 steps at the front door and the room is on the same level. Guest AccessWi Fi internet, Lounge with TV, kitchen diner, Downstairs cloak room. Big garden has paved area with table, chairs and parasol. Interaction with GuestsWe speak English, French, Spanish, Arabic and some German. Happy to chat and advise on local sights and transport. The NeighborhoodYou can walk to Stirling University and to the town centre with its shops and cafes. Plenty of space on our drive for parking. Getting AroundClose to Bridge of Allan rail station giving access to Glasgow, Edinburgh and other parts of Scotland. Local buses to Stirling, Dunblane, Crieff, etc.. Stirling is 2 miles away. 40-45 mins from Edinburgh/Glasgow airports by car. We are 6 miles away from Doune Castle (filming location for Outlander and Monty Python) and 7 miles away from the Cromlix (Andy Murray's hotel and restaurant) Other Things to NoteThere is a friendly dog in the house.
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Excellent
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The SpaceThis is a high quality church conversion which we fell in love with when we first viewed it. It is our home when we are in Scotland and is a peaceful beautiful place to be based. The views are stunning and the house easy to enjoy with quality furnishings and fittings and well proportioned rooms. It's central location in the village is ideal and yet it's private and quiet. Kippen is a small and close community and nearby the walks and rural scenery are stunning. The pubs provide great food and atmosphere too after a day exploring. It's not far to visit Stirling, Glasgow or Edinburgh and trips to the hills and the highlands are also easily accessible using Kippen as a base. We love this place and hope you will too. Guest AccessThe entire house and garden. The NeighborhoodConvenient for trips to Edinburgh, Glasgow, The Trossachs, Loch Lomond, hill walking, great cafes, pubs close by, scenic walks and bird watching (many birds visit the garden but also red kites can be seen (if you're in luck!) within 15 minutes walk from the house) Getting Aroundregular bus service to Stirling
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The SpaceThe house is spacious and light with fantastic views over amazing hills and mountains. Equally perfect for families (great playing garden) as it is for entertaining and parties. There's parking for 4/5 cars. Guest AccessThe full house, garden, swing set, barbeque. (no access to garage) Interaction with GuestsWe like to leave our guests to enjoy their holiday in peace. So we give you the keys, show you round the house and then leave you to it. We are on hand (about 10 mins away) in case of any problems and always available by phone. The NeighborhoodThe house is just outside a little village of Gargunnock where there is a pub which serves great food. Within 10 minutes are 2 other villages, Thornhill and Kippen, both of which have great pubs with restaurants. The house is less than 45 minutes from Glasgow, an hour from Edinburgh and just 10 minutes from Stirling itself. Its on the road to Loch Lomond! We are 20 minutes from Gleneagles and 1 hour 20 minutes from St Andrews. Getting AroundThe village has an hourly bus service to Stirling but to be honest, you need a car when staying here. Because the house is near the main road, walking to the village is not advised. That said, sometimes you might be loathe to leave the house, especially when relaxing in the conservatory!
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The SpaceSingle bed in an upstairs double room that has a large window, lockable cupboard, bedside table, chair, chest of drawers and bookcase/ desk. Wireless internet by password. If your interested in a sublet the dates can probably be varied to suit. Guest AccessYou use the kitchen, sitting room, bathroom with solar powered electric shower, wifi and parking space. Street parking is free. There is both a front and back garden to smoke in or sit in. Interaction with GuestsSometimes I don't see guests because they are out sightseeing, studying or working. Other times I let you in, then disappear myself, or we sit and chat over a cup of tea. The NeighborhoodSt Ninians was once a separate village. You can walk to the town centre or to the rest of Bannockburn battlefield. Close to shops, Chinese and Indian takeaways, Chip shop, hairdressers, chemists, Lidl supermarket, Post Office, library, pubs, betting shop, church, mosque and acres of greenspace. Getting AroundGood access by bus to Stirling city centre which has a historic castle, Stirling University, Bannockburn battle site, Glasgow, Edinburgh and further North in Sctland. Cycle path is at the end of the street. Other Things to NoteIts a traditional 1950's Scottish house in a quiet housing scheme. The Falcon Pub, St Ninians does traditional lunches on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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Excellent
13 reviews
2br house
    NEW JUNE 2015, Nestled at the foot of the National Wallace Monument, with unrivalled views of Stirling Castle, Wallace's Rest is our newly built, immaculately finished home from home in Stirling. Within two minutes walk of one of Stirling's most renowned restaurants, famed for relaxed, family orientated dining. There is also an excellent local convenience store, and the nearby Causewayhead Park is popular with families year round. The Causewayhead area is also home to an exceptional Bar & Restaurant. The recently completed accommodation comprises a spacious Living area with 48" Flat Screen TV, Kitchen, ground floor shower-room, Master Bedroom with King Size Leather Bed and wall mounted Flat Screen TV, second bedroom with Triple sleeper and wall mounted Flat Screen TV/DVD, and bathroom with additional shower over bath. The property has been finished to a very high standard, with new carpets and flooring throughout, Egyptian cotton linen and luxurious towels included. The fully equipped kitchen comprises Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Dishwasher, and Washing machine/dryer. Warmth is provided by gas central heating, and solar power which assists this property to meet high standards of Environmental Performance. The fully enclosed private garden accessed from the gated drive provides secure car parking, a lockable bike store for up to 4 bikes, and an elevated dining patio with views to the Touch hills and beyond. A travel cot or Highchair can be provided on request. The Historic City of Stirling offers a wealth of sightseeing from Stirling Castle, to the National Wallace Monument, The Old Town Jail, Cambuskenneth Abbey and the Spa Town of Bridge of Allan. Leisure pursuits nearby include golf, walking, cycling, and swimming. There are many popular local restaurants within walking distance, and the Blairdrummond Safari Park is ten minutes drive. The University of Stirling and Management Centre are also within easy walking distance.
    apt. / condo
    Good
    4 reviews
    2br apt. / condo
      Wallace apartment is located 5 minutes walk from Stirling bus and railway station in the heart of Stirling. The ground floor apartment offers comfortable, convenient accommodation to explore this historic City. With two good sized double rooms, a large lounge and separate kitchen it provides a great base to explore this lovely area. There is an excellent shopping centre, leisure facilities and a multi screen cinema all within easy walking distance. There are numerous eateries and pubs within the city centre. Wallace apartment has many original features of a period property and has been restored back to its original. Wallace Apartment is an ideal place to stay because of its location and all the amenities nearby.
      apt. / condo
      2br apt. / condo
        Our luxurious garden apartment is situated within a grand Victorian sandstone villa in the prestigious King Park area of Stirling. The apartment comprises of two good sized double rooms (one with an en-suite shower room), a family bathroom and a large open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area. Outside the holiday apartment, there is a terraced area with outdoor seating and private parking. The garden apartment has been fully renovated and is finished to a very high standard throughout, including designer kitchen and bathrooms, solid oak flooring and luxurious furnishings. The spacious open plan kitchen features granite worktops, a central island, stainless steel range cooker and American fridge/freezer. It is also fully equipped with all mod cons including integrated washer/dryer and dishwasher. The apartment also features widescreen LCD TVs throughout, Sky TV and high speed internet access. The holiday apartment is also conveniently located in the very heart of Stirling, a perfect location to explore this historic city and its surrounding areas. Gladstone House garden apartment is located in the very heart of Stirling City centre; a two minute walk to many of the popular local attractions: Stirling Castle, Old City Jail, Tollbooth, leisure facilities, multi-screen cinema and the Marches, Thistle and Old Arcade shopping centres. As the city of Stirling is a University town and a popular holiday destination, there is always a buzz about the city with plenty of excellent restaurants, traditional pubs and cafes to choose from. Also within the Kings Park area of Stirling is Stirling golf club, an 18 hole golf course, known as one of the most picturesque golf courses in Scotland, offering beautiful views of the Old Town of Stirling, the Carse of Stirling and the Lomond Hills. Outside the city centre is the historical Bannockburn Heritage Centre, Wallace Monument and Blair Drummond Safari Park. New luxury holiday apartment for 2015! Located just 2 minutes' walk from Stirling city centre in the prestigious Kings Park, Gladstone House garden apartment offers luxury holiday accommodation for up to 4 people within a grand Victorian sandstone villa.
        cottage
        Excellent
        9 reviews
        3br cottage
          Recently renovated to a high standard this 3 bedroom house can accommodate 5 people, it is close to all amenities and only a 15 minute walk to the centre of Historic Stirling. Stirling is a great place to use as a base for touring with the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and the Highlands less than one hours drive.
          apt. / condo
          Excellent
          24 reviews
          2br apt. / condo
            Situated on a highly desirable leafy street just over half a mile from Stirling city centre is The Laurels. This self-catering apartment is located on the garden floor of a beautiful Victorian villa built in 1895. The apartment has very recently undergone a complete extensive renovation to offer modern luxurious accommodation. This self-catering property comprises a large fully fitted kitchen with dishwasher/washing machine and dryer with ample seating for 6 people. A large living room with patio doors opening onto a lush beautifully planted patio area with seating. The master bedroom contains a king size sleigh bed and luxurious en-suite bathroom. The 2nd bedroom has a super king size bed which can be divided into two full size single beds. There is also a foldaway bed, travel cot and high chair available on request. There is a large fully equipped family bathroom comprising a bath and separate shower unit. This is an extremely spacious, well equipped apartment. The Laurels has a free Wi-Fi connection, flat screen TV with Sky, video/DVD player, X-Box 360 games console, I pod docking station and a wireless speaker. Age appropriate toys are available on request for children. The property has gas central heating. The Laurels is situated just a five minute walk from Stirling city centre. Stirling is one of Scotland’s most historic cities with attractions such as the medieval Stirling castle and the Argyle lodgings just a 15 minute walk away. This university city has numerous visitor attractions such as The Old Town Jail, Holy Rude Church, The Smith Art Gallery and museum alongside quaint shopping arcades a modern shopping centre and plenty of restaurants, bars and coffee shops. The National Wallace Monument and the Battle of Bannockburn visitor centre are only a few minutes away by car. The historic Spa town of Bridge of Allan situated next to the Allan water river is just a few miles away from Stirling city centre. Here there is a range of unique shops, cafes, restaurants and bars alongside some stunning Victorian architecture. Stirling has fantastic leisure and sporting facilities both indoor and outdoor. The Kings Park Golf club is just a 10 min walk away. Other very easily accessible sports available locally are tennis, horse riding, cycling, shooting, fishing, hill walking, skiing and quad biking. A new leisure centre is a 5 min drive away it offers a huge array of sporting activities from swimming and ice skating to Zumba, spinning, yoga and aerobics. Stirling excellent transport links by train, bus and car. Edinburgh is 1 hour away by car and Glasgow just 35 mins. It is also only a short drive away from Perth, Callendar and Falkirk. Immaculate and luxurious modern spacious self catering apartment in Victorian villa, short walk from historic Stirling city centre. Two large bedrooms, (sleeps 4/5) separate kitchen and living room, lush patio garden. Perfect for families/couples. Car not required, 2 beds, 2 bathrooms, walking distance to Stirlings historic attractions & shops.
            cottage
            3br cottage
              Thorntree Barn is near Stirling in Central Scotland and provides quality self catering accommodation for holidays. Thorntree is in the hills above Flanders Moss, midway between Loch Lomond, the Trossachs and Stirling, on the southern edge of the Highlands - perfect for a holiday in Scotland. Arnprior village is on the edge of the Trossachs and Loch Lomond National Park and is close to the Lake of Menteith, Scotland’s only lake. We are within one hour of Edinburgh and Glasgow, making this an ideal base for visiting Scotland’s major cities, as well as all the major tourist attractions and sites. There is a long and spacious room downstairs with windows on both sides. At one end is the living room, at the other is the kitchen with dining table. The kitchen has a cooker, microwave oven, fridge-freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble drier.There are three comfortable good sized bedrooms upstairs, one with a private shower room. Two of the bedrooms have linked beds and so can be arranged either as twin or double rooms. There is a seperate bathroom with power shower and seperate WC. One of the bedrooms has a full sized pull down bed and so seven persons can be caterd for if need be. A door opens on one side onto the gravel courtyard (where martins nest under eaves in summer), and the french windows on the other open onto your own part of Thorntree Barn‘s lawns (with patio and garden seats), and gives access to your own private parking area Thorntree Barn is near Stirling in Central Scotland and provides quality self catering accommodation for holidays. Thorntree is in the hills above Flanders Moss, midway between Loch Lomond, the Trossachs and Stirling, on the southern edge of the Highlands - perfect for a holiday in Scotland. Arnprior village is on the edge of the Trossachs and Loch Lomond National Park and is close to the Lake of Menteith, Scotland’s only lake. We are within one hour of Edinburgh and Glasgow, making this an ideal base for visiting Scotland’s major cities, as well as all the major tourist attractions and sites.
              cottage
              Excellent
              1 review
              3br cottage
              • Pets Allowed
              The cottage consists of two double bedrooms and one twin room, a large lounge. It also has a day room furnished to a high standard, as with all rooms . This room features a futon that could be used as another sleeping area if required . And French windows that lead on to a large superb decking area, including a hammock and seating area , there is also a brick built barbecue next to the decking and seating area perfect for outdoor catering. The kitchen is of a traditional farmhouse style. with all modern appliances . fully fitted and and has got everything you could possibly need , oak dining table seats up to 6 persons.
              apt. / condo
              Excellent
              9 reviews
              2br apt. / condo
                This charming garden apartment is located in the heart of Bridge of Allan. Peacefully situated in a lovely sheltered suntrap, this delightful garden apartment is on the rear ground floor of a substantial Victorian villa. The bright, sunny interior is freshly decorated, and boosts a lovely, mature, secluded garden. There is a patio deck with garden furniture, perfect for eating out or relaxing in the evening sunshine. All rooms are on the ground floor. Bridge of Allan is an exclusive residential area with an excellent choice of boutique and designer shopping, hotels, restaurants, cafes, beautiful leafy parks and riverside walks, all within easy reach of the property. The ancient town of Stirling is 5 miles away with its wonderful historic attractions including the beautifully restored 16th century castle and the Wallace Monument where visitors can climb 246 steps to a spectacular viewing gallery. Guests can easily explore Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, the beaches and fishing villages of Fife, the Perthshire lochs and glens and Gleneagles golf resort. Edinburgh and Glasgow are also easily accessible. 1 spacious double bedroom with double bed, 1 twin bedroom, living/dining room, galley kitchen, shower-room. Cooking by gas, gas central heating. Fridge, washing machine, microwave, Freesat television, DVD player, Broadband, Wi-Fi. Bed linen and towels provided. 96 Glenalva Cottage is situated in the small town of Bridge of Allan which is within a very close distance of Stirling Town Centre. Not only is Bridge of Allan a picturesque town which holds some of Scotland's most breath-taking scenery, with the Ochil Hills as a backdrop, it is also considered to be the home of Academic Excellence and therefore holds the magnificent campus of the University of Stirling which is a stone's throw away from the lodge. Not only is the campus excellent for sports, it is also top-notch for walking opportunities and entertainment facilities, with the MacRoberts Arts Centre situated on Campus. Stirling town centre, which is only a twenty minute walk or five minute car journey away, is also a wonderful place for tourists to embrace; it has all the modern amenities which any tourist would expect in a busy town centre, but it also has the traditional aspects which the 'Key City of Scotland' should have. Considered to be the 'Key to Scotland' in medieval times, the City of Stirling - with it's castle and ramparts - is any tourists dream if they want to embrace Scottish Culture. The famous Wallace's Monument is also situated extremely close to the Lodge, along with Dumyat Hill. This charming apartment with mature cottage garden is located in the heart of Bridge of Allan. The bright and comfortable living area is perfect for relaxing. Or why not enjoy breakfast on the decking or that well earned glass of wine at the end of a long day. Situated at the rear of a traditional sandstone with access, parking can be found on the opposite street.
                apt. / condo
                Excellent
                9 reviews
                2br apt. / condo
                  Luxury two bedroom two bathroom apartment situated in the historic city of Stirling. We are just minutes from the historic city centre. With a large lounge/diner offering fantastic views of the Wallace Monument and Cambuskenneth Abbey Free Wi-Fi The main place to visit is Stirling Castle which was voted the number one Visitor Castle in Scotland.It is the historic home of the Stuart Kings of Scotland. The National Wallace Monument was built in honour of William Wallace the Scottish hero who defeated the English at the battleof Stirling Bridge in 1297. 50 per cent of the total amount is due on booking with 50 per cent balance due 6weeks before arrival date. A ÂŁ150 good housekeeping deposit is also due with the balance payment. All electricity, gas,linen, towels and a small welcome pack on arrival are included in the price. Stirling is the centre of Scottish history. This is where Scottish independence was born. The main place to visit is Stirling Castle which was voted the number one Visitor Castle in Scotland.It is the historic home of the Stuart Kings of Scotland. The National Wallace Monument was built in honour of William Wallace the Scottish hero who defeated the English at the battleof Stirling Bridge in 1297.
                  cottage
                  Nice
                  17 reviews
                  3br cottage
                  • Pets Allowed
                  The cottage consists of two double bedrooms and one twin room, a large lounge. It also has a day room furnished to a high standard, as with all rooms . This room features a futon that could be used as another sleeping area if required . And French windows that lead on to a large superb decking area, including a hammock and seating area , there is also a brick built barbecue next to the decking and seating area perfect for outdoor catering. The kitchen is of a traditional farmhouse style. with all modern appliances . fully fitted and and has got everything you could possibly need , large oak dining table seats up to 6 persons. For special rates or long lets please contact Anne on 01786 818627 Pre arranged activities prior to arrival: There is so much to do in and around the local area . From outdoor activities , swimming , Go karting ,Archery, Shooting, Steam Railway , Visitor Centres ,Castles ,Monuments ,Dry ski slopes, Indoor all year ski centre, Ten pin bowling, Golf, Shooting , Off road, Theme parks , but most important off all not to forget the magnificent scenery/wildlife and all the nature walks and heritage trails, And many many more attractions we will help you plan your stay here at ochill cottage if you wish so that you can go home with great memories and hopefully not have missed anything out on your break. We look forward to you booking with us and hope to here from you soon. this is a fantastic cottage to stay if you are a golfer we have a golf course 2mins from cottage and 5with in a 15 mins drive an hour for st andrews Lovely quiet cottage down a country lane. Only a few miles from main motorways. Golf course 2 minutes away. Beautiful walks to the Home Scottish destinations Bannock Burn with waterfall. Great for dogs. Very convenient for traveling to the historic sights of Scotland. This detached cottage sits on the edge of semi rural Bannockburn, with only a 5 minute walk into the villa
                  apt. / condo
                  Excellent
                  8 reviews
                  4br apt. / condo
                    A spacious four bedroom self catering apartment located in the heart of Cambusbarron village yet within sight of Stirling Castle and less than two miles from Stirling City center. The property is self contained with a generous lounge, traditional bergere suit and leather stresless sofa guarantee comfort for large or small parties wither sitting round the open fire or watching the wide screen TV / BT Sports. With a separate dinning room set for eight/squeeze ten and a well equipped kitchen feed a hungry family or entertaining friends. Three double bedrooms with LCD TV/DVD and one extra large family room all come with two single or one king size double bed. Super fast BT Infinity Broadband throughout. Two bathrooms and full laundry facility makes for an easy life. Seconds from your front door you will find Cambusbarron main street and most things you need as self caterer. Whatever your plans, be you a family or two families, a group of friends sight seeing or on a sporting trip or on a short term business contract you will find the Foresters PERFECT. The prices may vary according to the number of person and length of stay. A deposit of £200 per week is required to secure a booking. Full payment before arrival. This does not include the deposit which is returned on departure. We hope to make your holiday an enjoyable one, as we are here to help our guests as much as possible if there is anything you are not happy with in the course of your stay we ask that you let us know asap and we will rectify things for you to the best of our abilities. The Forester sits on Gillies Hill and history lies everywhere . The very name proclaims its most enduring link with the past : the gillies – the Gaelic word gille refers to a servant, or young boy - were the camp-followers of Bruce's army in 1314. These he ordered, for safety, onto the long sloping hill above where he raised his standard at the Borestone. Legend has it that these sma folk, as they were termed by the poet Barbour, made a dramatic and decisive intervention at a crucial stage in the battle. Banging their pots and pans, waving bits of cloth like flags, they descended onto the field of Bannockburn With its fantastic location you are only one mile from the Kings Park, hunting ground of Kings but now more often used for tennis, scatboording, kids adventure frames (new for 2009) and home to Stirling Golf Club. You are now only minutes from Stirling and the Thistle Center the Marches shopping centers the Albert Hall, the Tollbooth, the Old Town Jail, The Church Of The Holy Rude and Stirling Castle. Ten minutes drive or by regular bus service visit The Wallace Monument, the McRobert Centre, Stirling University with the Scottish Center for Sport and amazing swimming pool with Stirlings own new pool to open in 2009 Highly recommended the Safari Park at Blair Drummond or immediately behind Cambusbarron the North Third Trout Fisheries. Stirling was described as the gate way to the Highlands now within five minutes drive you can be on a motorway straight to Glasgow or Edinburgh or be on the main routes north to Perth or Glen Coe and Fort William or east to St Andrews. Other Activities: Fantastic central location to paraglide in Scotland, happy to advise on best sites Golf: Scotland boasts over 550 courses of high quality and great diversity with St Andrews, Muirfield, Carnoustie, Royal Troon , Turnberry and Glen Eagles all within easy reach. If you like history with your golfin break, then Stirling is the place to go. Set below the castle parapets is an excellent 18 hole course. Only a short drive, will take you to many worthy tests such as Dunblane New.Bridge of Allan Golf Course, set above this delightful town, offers a climb on several holes but the vista over the Ochil's is just a reward. This is an area of golfing education and Stirling University even has its' own 9 hole golf course built beneath the inspiring edifice of the Wallace Monument. For a golf outing with a difference, try the Brucefield Family Golf Centre near Bannockburn. The Falkirk area is a distinctive golfing region in itself and offers a variety of venues. One of the best courses in the area is undoubtedly Glenbervie, scene of several amateur championships, very much a fine parkland tract secluded with lots of trees and a tendency to undulation. Ski: Glen Coe Mountain Resort 72 mile Glen Shee 75 miles Anoch Mor 120 miles Aviemore 125 mile
                    cottage
                    Excellent
                    5 reviews
                    1br cottage
                      Self catering in Scotland's most central city. Small but extremely comfortable,VX Albert Place is a charming one bedroomed self contained side elevation to a elegant Victorian town house in Stirling.Renovation of the property was completed in 2010 and includes an air conditioned sun lounge with garden patio.Small but extremely comfortable fully equipped and we hope stylish accommodation.Awarded 4* visit Scotland quality assurance. Stirling city centre, Stirling Castle and Stirling golf course are all less than 300 meters from your front door. Private driveway, double bedroom with zip and link beds, small office with high security safe, super fast broadband - wi-fi + cat 5 connection, 40in Smart TV+DVD+DAD radio The prices may vary according to the length of stay and the number of people (max 4) * Rates are people booking from Saturday. . *There will be a refundable good house keeping deposit. Self catering in Scotland's most central city. Small but extremely comfortable,15 albert place is a charming one bedroomed self contained side elevation to a elegant Victorian town house in argyll & stirling.
                      cottage
                      3br cottage
                        Thorntree Barn is in the hills above Flanders Moss, midway between Loch Lomond, the Trossachs and Stirling, in central Scotland, on the southern edge of the Highlands - perfect for a self catering holiday in Scotland. Arnprior village is on the edge of the Trossachs and Loch Lomond National Park and is close to the Lake of Menteith, Scotland's only lake. We are within one hour of Edinburgh and Glasgow, making this an ideal base for visiting Scotland's major cities, as well as all the major tourist attractions and sites. There are three twin bedded rooms, two of which can be arranged either as twins or doubles. One has a private shower room. The property is rural and secluded, but easily reached, and has wonderful views over Ben Lomond and the Trossachs mountains. Thorntree is ideal for visiting Edinburgh and Glasgow (each only 45 minutes) as well as Perthsire and alll the lovely scenery. We welcome golfers - and rememeber the Rysder Cup is at Gleneagles in September 2014. Prices also available at (website: hidden) Secluded and rural but centrally based for touring and visiting Scotland's wonderful scenery. Family holidays, golfing breaks, just sitting and relaxing, or be as active as you want.
                        townhouse
                        Excellent
                        7 reviews
                        4br townhouse
                          The townhouse is a four bedroom self-catering property over three levels. It is located in the Causewayhead area of Stirling. It is within easy walking distance of Stirling City centre and train station, approximately a 15minutes walk or 5 minutes bus ride.The property has an L shaped lounge on the first floor with 40 inch flat screen TV. On the ground floor there is a sunny dining/conservatory/kitchen providing gas hob and electric oven, microwave, family fridge freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher and dining table and chairs. Also on the ground level is a cloakroom and double bedroom. There are two further double bedrooms and a fourth bedroom with two single divan beds. There is a family bathroom on the first floor and a shower room on the second floor. There is a small sunny walled garden to the rear with table and chairs. Within two minutes walking distance from the townhouse there is an Italian cafĂŠ, shop and post-office, finding most things you need as a self-caterer. The grounds of Stirling University (five minute walk away), house the MacRobert Theatre offering family entertainment i.e. cinema and theatre and restaurant. The townhouse is in a perfect location for sightseeing in Stirling, visiting Edinburgh or Glasgow being centrally situated within the heart of Scotland. If you are visiting Stirling and the surrounding area the townhouse is in the perfect location. Stirling offers many attractions: Stirling Castle, Wallace Monument, Smith Institute and many more. The town centre has many shops, restaurants, cinema and new sports centre. Wifi included
                          apt. / condo
                          2br apt. / condo
                            Castle Hill Apartment is located in the very heart of the City of Stirling, situated in the Old Town quarter with its wide, quaint cobbled streets, surrounded by many ancient and historical buildings. This first floor apartment offers comfortable, convenient accommodation to explore this historic City. With two good sized double rooms, a light and airy lounge / diner and separate kitchen it provides a great base to explore this lovely area. There is an excellent shopping centre, leisure facilities and a multi screen cinema all within easy walking distance. There are numerous eateries and pubs within the city centre and across the road from Castle Hill Apartment is a 5 star restaurant Miscellaneous Shared outside area with outdoor seating and clothes drying line. Access to small grassy public park adjacent. Central location within Stirling's Old Town and within walking distance of the Castle and many facilities. There is on street parking, but it's on a meter during the day, or guests can make use of the 'park and ride' scheme Home Scottish destinations Central Scotland Perthshire & Stirling Castle Hill Apartment Return to resultsCastle Hill Apartment ref: 524025 Stirling, Perthshire & Stirling Overview Photos Map Local area Prices & availability Reviews FacebookTwitter Share This Print About the local area The Old Town is home to most of Stirling's famous historical buildings. On Broad Street itself there is the Tolbooth - with its destructive clock tower, once was a court of law, it is now a cultural centre offering a wide variety of live music and arts venue; Mar's Wark – sits at the top of the Street and was built as the home for the Keeper of Stirling Castle, the Earl of Mar, now only a shell remains of the once splendid renaissance style town house with stone carvings, panels and gargoyles. Stirling Old Town Jail and the Church of the Holy Rude are also close by. At the top of the hill is Stirling Castle itself and is a must to visit, offering a great day out for all the family. Explore the Castle and learn about its amazing history over the centuries, visiting the Great Hall, the Regimental museum, the Great Kitchens, Chapel Royal and Argyl's Lodging. The Castle is also home to the Stirling's Tapestries. From this hill top location you have an amazing view out over Stirling and beyond. The Wallace Monument stands proudly and is also well worth a visit. Delve into the history behind William Wallace, Robert the Bruce – King of Scotland and Robert Roy MacGregor. It is only a short drive to the Ochil Hills to enjoy a walk in the countryside or go a little further to the explore the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park. The Trossachs is an amazing area for outdoor enthusiasts as there are endless miles of forest roads and trails to explore, both walking and cycling. There are many activities for every age and interest including the Blair Drummond Safari Park, the Falkirk Wheel, Knockhill Race Course, numerous golf courses and lochs for fishing or water sports. Stirling has good motorway links to explore further afield – Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth and Fife can all be easily reached (each less than a hour's drive away). This is a fantastic central location to explore central Scotland, which has something to offer the whole family or to just enjoy the City of Stirling and all that it has to offer. Lounge / diner: with gas fire, Freeview TV, DVD and radio/CD player Kitchen: with gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice-box and washing
                            studio
                            Excellent
                            13 reviews
                            -1br studio
                              Self contained studio set in the beautiful Stirlingshire countryside. Located at Swanswater Trout Fishery, the Wee House is approximately one mile from the Battle of Bannockburn site, 15 minutes from the centre of Stirling, close to the motorway network offering easy access to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Perth. The property sleeps two in twin beds. There is a fridge, microwave with grill, two plate hob, toaster, and kettle, but no oven. There is a TV with DVD player and free wi-fi. Car parking is in the Fishery car park, a very short walk from the accommodation. The surrounding countryside offers a large variety of walking opportunities and there are several golf courses in the vicinity. Historic Stirling with all its attractions and excellent shopping and restaurants is 15 minutes drive away. Swanswater Fishery offers fly fishing on three ponds for everyone from the complete beginner to competent anglers. Suitable for couples or for two friends looking for a quiet break. Please note there is a lot of open water nearby so the property is not suitable for toddlers/young children. There are two small shops nearby which sell the essentials or a wide range of supermarkets in Stirling itself (Lidl and Waitrose are the nearest). A wide range of bars and restaurants are also within easy distance. There is so much to see and do in the local area - the Battle of Bannockburn Centre, historic Stirling Castle, the Wallace Monument. Not far away - the Falkirk Wheel, the Kelpies, the Forth/Clyde Canal, Blair Drummond Safari Park, Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, the Ochil Hills, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth, St Andrews and the East Neuk of Fife all within easy driving distance. Walking and fly fishing on the doorstep. There are plenty of eating places nearby. The Pirnhall Inn (Brewer's Fayre), King Robert Hotel, and Hollybank Restaurant are all around 2-3kms away or there is a large variety of restaurants and bars serving food in Stirling itself. There are two small shops nearby which sell the essentials or Lidl, Waitrose, Tesco, Sainsburys, Aldi and Morrisons in Stirling if you are looking for a supermarket. Self contained studio. Beautiful peaceful surroundings. Close to Stirling's historic attractions, shopping and restaurants. Easy access to central Scotland's motorway network. Ideal for fly fishing, walking, golf, cycling, sight-seeing.
                              house
                              Excellent
                              15 reviews
                              4br house
                                This newly built stunning property which has been eligantly furnished is bright, spacious and maintained to the highest standard and will provide you with all the comforts required during your stay. This charming, deceptively large 4 bedroom property provides you with all your essentials to make your stay one to remember. We also pride ourselves in making access available to all and have built the property in mind of ensuring that disable access is available. A ramp is available on request, and the large downstairs wet room, is ideal for wheelchair users, as is the large downstairs bedroom. The property also ensures wide doors leading from the living area to the kitchen giving better maneuverability. Situated n/r the historic town of Bannockburn where a 5 minute walk will take you to the newly re-opened 1314 Battle of Bannockburn visitors centre, where you can take time to view some of our historical landmarks. For keen golfers, the property is only a 20 minute drive from Gleneagles, and Ryder Cup enthusiasts this is an ideal location as public transport is readily available from our town centre. Our town offers some of Scotland's finest tourist destinations, Stirling Castle and Scotland's National Wallace Monument are only a 10 minute bus journey away. You can also enjoy our local pubs and restaruants which are all within walking distance from the property. After a long day. you will be able to return back to relax in our large living area, with large comfy couch, flat screen TV, and large pane glass windows bringing lots of light and air into the room, large doors leading through into the kitchen where you and your family and friends can enjoy cooking on the newly fitted kitchen/dinning room with gas hobs and electric oven, fridge freezer, microwave or maybe just to relax at the dining table. On entering the property you are greeted by a large hallway, with stunning light fittings and tiled flooring, why not kick off those shoes into the utility room which comes with a fully fitted washing machine, tumble dryer etc. The property is GSH which is fully inclusive as is all electricity, linen towels and information on local restaurants and visitors sites is made available to all guests. The property has 4 bedrooms, all of which have been decorated in neutral colours, giving the rooms a light and airy feel to them, They are all fully furnished, with beautiful light fittings, and luxurious furnishings. The master bedroom has a large en-suite with shower, toilet and sink, there is a family size modern bathroom situated up-stairs and one shower room with WC and sink. A further 3 bedrooms comprise of a double bed, and two of the rooms the beds can be split to form 2 single beds allowing for flexibility for 8 people in total to sleep comfortably. The property also has a back garden, which is closed off allowing for privacy but having plenty of space for outdoor entertaining. The front garden has private off street parking and would home up to 5 vehicles depending on size, ideal for a large number of occupants. So why not make your stay as comfortable and as memorable as possible, with a property that is tailored to your needs. This large, newly built property comprises of entrance hallway, 2 double bedrooms, 2 other spacious bedrooms, all rooms have been luxuriously furnished including a large master en-suite, family size modern bathroom, seperate shower room, plenty of storage.
                                studio
                                -1br studio
                                  Charming self catering studio on the upper floor of this beautiful home, forming part of a traditional stone built farm steading - South Kersebonny Steading. The Garden View Studio is imaginatively decorated and furnished to a high standard with everything you need for a comfortable stay. There is a bed/sitting room, bathroom with over the bath shower and kitchen with cafe style table and chairs, all off your own private hallway. Just close the door and relax in your very own home from home or enjoy the delights of the lovely mature, secluded garden. Many parts of Scotland can be accessed for day trips and it's an excellent base for walking, cycling or exploring the historical sites of Stirling. There's private parking as well as storage for bikes if you're planning to be energetic! Please note - the studio has no conventional cooker although the cooking facilities do include a microwave, halogen table top cooker, slow cooker and mini oven so you won't be hungry! 10% reduction for single occupancy. There is a smaller studio available - Castle View Studio, also on the upper floor and listed under that name on this site. 10% discount on all prices for single occupancy. Reduction for stays of 4 weeks and over. The ancient town of Stirling is a few minutes away from the steading, with its wonderful and beautifully restored 16th Century Castle dominating the landscape and steeped in its often bloody history. Wander up through the outstanding architecture of the old town where history comes alive. Stirling city centre has a plethora of coffee shops and restaurants as well as a diverse choice of shops to satisfy all tastes. A ten minute drive will take you to the Wallace Monument dating back to the Victorian era. The 246 steps to the top is made worthwhile by the spectacular views of Stirling, Bridge of Allan and the surrounding countryside. From here you can look down on the University of Stirling with its buzzing Arts Centre where the backdrop of the Ochil Hills completes the picture. A peaceful countryside setting with fantastic views of Stirling Castle, the Trossachs and beyond yet only minutes from Stirling's vibrant city centre and a short drive to the University campus. The perfect place for 1 or 2 people whether on holiday or a business trip. Wifi, towels, linen and starter pack plus a tray of delicious goodies. A 10% reduction for single occupancy.
                                  studio
                                  Excellent
                                  13 reviews
                                  -1br studio
                                    The Castle View Studio is a smaller version of our Garden View Studio (see listing under that name) at South Kersebonny Steading, tastefully decorated with all the facilities you need for a comfortable stay, just in a more compact space. It's also on the upper floor of this beautiful family home which forms part of a renovated, traditional stone built farm steading. It comprises a double room with en-suite shower room and small kitchen area. You are welcome to relax in our lovely mature garden or sip a glass of wine while watching the sun go down behind Ben Lomond. Many parts of Scotland can be accessed for day trips and it's an excellent base for walking, cycling or exploring the historical sites of Stirling. There's plenty of parking as well as storage for bikes if you're planning to be energetic! 10% price reduction for single occupancy. Reduction for stays of 4 weeks and over. 10% reduction on all prices for single occupancy. The ancient town of Stirling is a few minutes away from the South Kersebonny Steading with its wonderful and beautifully restored 16th century castle dominating the landscape and steeped in its often bloody history. Wander up through the outstanding architecture of the old town where history comes alive. Stirling city centre has a plethora of coffee shops and restaurants as well as a diverse choice of shops to satisfy all tastes. A ten minute drive will take you to the Wallace Monument, dating back to the Victorian era. The 246 steps to the top is made worthwhile by the spectacular views of Stirling, Bridge of Allan and the surrounding countryside. From here you can look down on the University of Stirling with its buzzing Arts Centre where the backdrop of the Ochil Hills completes the picture. A peaceful countryside setting with fantastic views of Stirling Castle, the Trossachs and beyond yet only minutes from Stirling's vibrant city centre and a short drive to the University campus. The perfect place if you're looking for a base for working or touring from. Wifi, towels, linen and starter pack plus a tray of delicious goodies. A 10% reduction for single occupancy.
                                    house
                                    3br house
                                      Rarely available city centre end terraced house with private garden in the Old Town conservation area of historic Stirling. Centrally located, less than 1 mile from Stirling train & bus station, city centre, shops, bars & restaurants and just 500 yards from Stirling Castle. Free park and ride operating for the Ryder Cup, running every 15 minutes from the outskirts of Stirling to within 50 yards of this house. Corner shop and excellent cafe within 50 yards. Stunning views over to the Ochils & Wallace Monument. Stirling Golf Club less than 1 mile away. House comprises 1 master bedroom with double bed, 1 double room with metal action sofabed and one large single bedroom with study area. Living room has working open fire, 32" smart TV and Playstation 3. Large kitchen-diner seats 4 at the dinner table. Original floorboards preserved in the entrance hall and kitchen. Bathroom has corner bath and overhead shower. Garden features patio area, BBQ & garage for bikes. Free Wifi throughout. Dimensions: Lounge: 13'1" x 14'3" Kitchen: 10' x 13'1" Master Bedroom: 15'3" x 9'9" Sofabedroom: 10' x 11'9" Single Bedroom: 13'2" x 9'1"Bathroom: 6'5" x 6'7" Rarely available city centre end terraced house with private garden in the Old Town conservation area of historic Stirling. Centrally located, less than 1 mile from Stirling train & bus station, city centre, shops, bars & restaurants, 500 yards from Stirling Castle. Free tennis courts are a 10 minute walk away in Kings Park, and Stirling Golf Club is less than a mile away.