The Abbey Craig is the hill upon which the Wallace Monument stands; at Causewayhead; just to the north of Stirling; Scotland
Argyll's Lodging is a 17th-century town-house in the Renaissance style; situated below Stirling Castle in Stirling; Scotland. It was a residence of the Earl of Stirling and later the Earls of Argyll
The Bannock Burn is a stream which rises in the Touch Hills to the south-west of Stirling in central Scotland. The Bannock flows eastward and enters the River Forth to the east of Stirling; close to the site of the Battle of Bannockburn
Ben Ledi is a mountain in Perthshire; Scotland. It is 879 m high; and is classified as a Corbett. It lies about 6.4 kilometres north-west of Callander; near the village of Kilmahog
Blair Drummond Safari Park is a Zoo and Safari Park located near Stirling in Scotland. Opened to the public in 1970; it is spread over 120 acres
Cambuskenneth Abbey is a ruined Augustinian monastery located on an area of land enclosed by a meander of the River Forth near Stirling in Scotland. The abbey is largely reduced to its foundations.
Castlecroft bed & breakfast is situated right below Stirling Castle with stunning views over the Carse of Stirling and the mountains; to the north and west; and amazing views out to King's Park and the King's Knot to the east.
The Church of the Holy Rude is the medieval parish church of Stirling; Scotland. The church was founded in 1129 during the reign of David I; but earliest part of the present church dates from the 15th century.
Dumyat is a hill at the western extremity of the Ochil Hills in central Scotland. The name is thought to originate from Dun of the Maeatae.
Falls of Falloch is a waterfall and local beauty spot along the A82 5 km from the village of Crianlarich in the county of Stirling in Scotland.
Elegant; white tablecloth setting for Scottish and Austrian cuisine from locally sourced produce.
accommodation at amazing value for money in the heart of Scotland; Nearby landmarks such as Stirling Castle; the Wallace Monument and the Bannockburn Centre are all within a few minutes of the comfortable; modern hotel in Stirling
Victorian landmark hotel with contemporary en suite rooms and a sleek; white grill room
the rates are for two persons sharing; per room; per night including accommodation; full Scottish Breakfast; Tunnocks goodies; Mineral Water; Cafetiere Coffee and Tea in-room and taxes at the prevailing rate
Loch Drunkie is a small loch near Callander in the Stirling council area; Scotland.
The macrobert is a theatre and cinema complex; located on the main campus of The University of Stirling; Scotland
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Ornate small Georgian hotel with lavish period decor; lounge; garden and Scots-European dining.
Classic clay-oven curries and breads served in a bright; modern space; with a set-price lunch menu.
Indian dining in a smart; subdued dining room that serves a classic menu and set meal deals.
Stirling Castle; located in Stirling; is one of the largest and most important castles; both historically and architecturally; in Scotland.
Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum is an institution based in Stirling; Central Scotland; dedicated to the promotion of cultural and historical heritage and the arts; from a local scale to nationally and beyond.
Striking hotel with homely; contemporary rooms and a simple bistro with a garden terrace.
Family-owned hotel with traditional style decor and a Regency Ballroom; bar and brasserie
serving great food and drinks in our traditional Lounge Bar on the ground floor; free Wi Fi is available in the bar
Stunning Boutique style property with 15 individually designed bedrooms
Light; airy bedrooms in a tranquil location with pampering salon and health club with swimming pool.
the Victoria Square Guest House is ideally located to welcome the tourist and business traveller alike; the perfect base for walking; golf and touring in Scotland; as well as for visitors to the Commonwealth Games
The National Wallace Monument is a tower standing on the summit of Abbey Craig; a hilltop near Stirling in Scotland. It commemorates Sir William Wallace; the 13th century Scottish hero.
Traditional Thai dishes served amid an ornate decor of South East Asian prints and wooden carvings.