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Most recent booking for this hotel was 13/05/2013 at 09:33
A prestigious hotel, 4 star The Stirling Highland Hotel is perfectly located for holidays and short breaks in Stirlingshire, the Highlands and the Scottish Lowlands. Formerly the city’s High School, the hotel sits in the heart of Stirling, an historic city midway between Edinburgh and Glasgow. The Stirling Highland Hotel offers panoramic views across the Forth Valley, and is the ideal base to explore The Gateway to the Highlands. This Stirling hotel offers 96 contemporary bedrooms including 10 premium rooms. Dating back to 1854, when it was the city’s High School, the hotel is steeped in Scottish history and boasts a full working Observatory which can be hired for star-gazing. You can dine in Scholar’s Restaurant or relax with a drink in The Headmaster’s Study. To complete your stay, let us pamper you in the hotel’s Beauty Rooms which offer a wide range of spa and beauty treatments. Open to hotel guests and local members alike, the Health Club at The Stirling Highland Hotel offers a range of facilities...
“ Great hotel. The staff really make you feel at home. The dinning and drinks area is really posh and you are treated really well. The rooms have large flat screen TV,s and really comfy beds. The location is great.
Ross from Livingston
Killin Hotel has established its fine reputation on a friendly smile, relaxed service, great Scottish food and comfortable bedrooms. The Killin Hotel now offers 30 comfortably decorated bedrooms including the beautifully romantic Lochay four poster suite which overlooks the River Lochay toward the Tarmachan Ridge. The Killin Hotel stands on the banks of the River Lochay, occupying the site of the old "Streethouse Inn", a 17th Century refreshment stop for the Aberfeldy to Tyndrum coach. The Bowling Green, Tennis Courts, Putting Green and Park are directly opposite, whilst the Killin Golf Club is just a stroll along the road.
“ Lovely hotel, the staff were very friendly and helpful at all times, the bedroom was adequate, the meals very good with fast service, the price of food and drink were reasonable and the location suitable for us. Thank you all again.
Avril from Bandon
Situated on the University of Stirling campus amidst 300 acres of beautiful parkland, the calm, tranquil surroundings create the perfect environment to stimulate both the mind and the senses. Mix business with pleasure and experience the best of both worlds, from unrivalled conference facilities to top-class sports and recreational pursuits as well as an on-site restaurant and excellent public transport links. As one of the UK's leading conference centres, and one of only two venues in Scotland to be awarded the highly coveted Conference Centre of Excellence Award, there is no better choice of conference and training venue than Stirling Management Centre. With a unique range of 24 fully equipped meeting rooms, purpose designed to meet every conceivable requirement, you can be assured of receiving the space and flexibility to fulfill your event objectives. With all the latest technology at your fingertips, including plasma and touch sensitive screens, professionalism is guaranteed. Laptops and...
“ Room was clean, the staff were polite and helpful, and the breakfast was great.
Debbie from Carterton
The Luib Hotel, Perthshire, now under new management, is an ideal place to stay for holiday-makers needing to relax. With its backdrop of magnificent mountain scenery, the abundance of outdoor activities, the comforts of home-cooked food and Sunday lunches, not to mention comfortable guest rooms and a well-stocked bar, you will settle into staying at 'The Luib' with seamless ease and take your leave with reluctance. Your hosts, James and Nelly, will give you a warm welcome and make sure your stay at The Luib is pleasant and comfortable. The long tradition of hospitality dating from the Luib's origins as a drovers' inn of the 17th century flourishes today more than ever.
“ Personal attention of the highest order from the hosts Food excellent and reasonaly priced
Alex from Perth
The Dreadnought Hotel was originally built in the 17th century by the Chieftain of the Clan Macnab, as a hostelry for his fellow clansmen travelling to the north. Today, the Dreadnought retains its distinctive character and title as a main Callander landmark, with original features including the wood panelled lounge bar and the listed stained glass windows. The hotel has 61 comfortable en suite bedrooms, fusing the best of traditional features with modern comforts. The meticulous approach to décor applies to its restaurant and bar, where guests can wind down with a dram of local whiskey and soak up the relaxing charm and atmosphere of this character-filled hotel. Based on the fringe of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, the hotel makes an ideal location for a Scottish break.View details
BEST WESTERN The Crianlarich Hotel is an award winning, comfortable and well-appointed 36 bedroom, 3-star hotel in Scotland and is uniquely located within easy reach of Glencoe, Loch Lomond, Loch Tay & Killin and Oban & the Western Isles. Built in Victorian times, this independently owned Scottish hotel offers year round special breaks and is a perfect venue for meetings and functions and wedding receptions in Scotland. In our public bar and comfortable lounge with log burning fires, we prepare fabulous, hearty, local food, and stock a wide selection of beers, carefully selected wines and award-winning Single Malt Whiskies from traditional Scottish distilleries. BEST WESTERN The Crianlarich Hotel attracts visitors from far and wide; both leisure and business travellers alike. Our traditional Scottish hotel is an ideal base from which to explore Argyll, the Loch Lomond National Park, the Trossachs and much more.
“ Staff and food were good but most of the rooms are directly above the hall where they hold extremely loud 'Ceilighs' (line dancing events) which shake the walls of the bedrooms until about midnight. Fine if you're planning on attending the party but not if you want to get to sleep in the PM.
Andrew from Oldham
Most recent booking for this hotel was 19/05/2013 at 20:16
Less than 30 minutes drive from Glasgow International Airport and set back on the A82 only five minute north of the picturesque village of Luss the 200 year old Inn at Inverbeg is ideally located to explore the Loch Lomond area or stop over while travelling the West Highlands. It was named AA pub of the Year 20092010 and winner of a gold medal for bar food at the Scottish Hotel Award 2010. A multi-million pound redesign has integrated stylish modern facilities and décor while retaining the ambience of a traditional Scottish Inn. Contemporary Inn-style accommodation is available within the Inn itself and luxury beach house rooms are just a short walk from the main building boasting views of the loch mountains and jetty. Mr. Co's Fish and Whisky barrestaurant offers relaxed dining with a menu which includes West Coast fish teas and Buccleuch steaks and burgers. Enjoy a selection of 250 whiskies 30 wines by the glass and a quality choice of real ales. Scottish hospitality continues at the weekends with...View details
The Hawthorns was built in 1873 by the Duke of Montrose to attract a doctor to the village of Drymen, and for over 120 years it was home to four successive general practitioners. The house has been extensively restored in recent years to convert the 'Auld Doctor's Hoose' into a superior quality bed and breakfast establishment. All of our bedrooms are carefully decorated and finished to a very high standard, and have en-suite facilities with WC, wash hand basin and shower or bath. Colour Television and tea and coffee-making facilities complete the features, all designed to make your stay as comfortable as possible. If you are looking for more space you can stay in one of our modern self catering cottage flats adjacent to the BandB. In the morning a traditional Scottish breakfast is served in the dining room, breakfast is not included for guests staying in the self catering flats. However if you would like to purchase breakfast there will be an additional charge of £5.00GBP per person.
“ The hosts were lovely. The breakfast choice was fantastic and nothing was to much trouble. Selection of tea's, coffee's etc in the bedrooms with a good selection of biscuits. The rooms were very spacious and lovely and clean and fresh. We really enjoyed our 4 day stay there. We will be booking again in the future.
Irene from Elgin