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 including an indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room, spa pool, fully equipped gym and squash courts. There is so much history to explore in Stirling, and The Stirling Highland Hotel is ideally situated to explore the city and the Highlands of Scotland. The hotel is just minutes from Stirling Castle where Mary Queen of Scots was crowned and eight Scottish sieges took place. You?ll also find the Church of the Holy Rude, founded in 1129, and reported to be the only other surviving church in the UK, apart from Westminster Abbey, to have held a coronation, and the Wallace Monument which stands tall above the city.
This hotel was built in the architecturally-interesting 16th century style. It comprises 67 rooms spread over 5 floors. Guests are welcomed in the inviting lobby with a reception desk open 24 hours. Special features of this hotel include a cosy bar and a restaurant, which is particularly inviting with its varied cuisine. The hotel is ideal for business guests, since it also has 6 conference rooms. Room service is also on offer, and those arriving by car may use the hotel car park. Free WIFI in all Public Areas is also available.
Whether you're on business or pleasure, of all the hotels in Stirling, a stay at Holiday Inn Express Stirling is a great option. We have 80 air conditioned guestrooms, meeting facilities, a licensed bar, coffee lounge and free parking. We've got everything you need and we'll even throw in complimentary hot breakfast with every room rate! We're also delighted to announce that we now offer free WiFi in our Great Room lounge.
This Victorian mansion, complete with a little private chapel (which is today used for wedding ceremonies), was built in 1874 as a family residence. Although it has been transformed into a hotel, with 14 guestrooms, the owners have managed to retain the grandeur and warmth of what was originally the estate of a distinguished Scottish family. Guests will experience this unique atmosphere from the moment they step inside the imposing, carved sandstone doorway and into the wood-panelled porch to the restful reception hall, with its inviting armchairs and log fire. For the business traveller, the hotel can provide a number of rooms which will compliment the desired ambience, for board level brainstorming sessions, major presentations, product launches or team building, and equipment specifications can be arranged in advance. Further facilities include a restaurant and a car park.
The hotel is one of Scotland's oldest hotels with the main hotel building dating from the 14th century, yet now able to provide up-to-date accommodation and facilities, with superb customer service. As the centrepiece of 1,600 acre Culcreuch Estate, and overlooking its own private loch, the hotel is a magical setting for a romantic fine-dining night away, a relaxing mid-week break, peaceful lunch stopover,business event, family occasion or just an invigorating country walk.
Situated between Edinburgh and Glasgow, the Stirling Highland Hotel is ideally located for exploring Scotland. It offers 96 comfortable ensuite bedrooms, a swimming pool, gym, beauty salon, fantastic dining facilities and a range of outdoor pursuits such as cly pigeon shooting, off road driving and horse riding. Nearby you will find Stirling Castle and other historical places to visit like the Wallace Monument and the Glenturret Distillery.
Built behind the facade of a historic church next to the Old Town Jail, this hotel offers modern facilities and a friendly international atmosphere. The historical youth hostel offers 112 rooms in total as well as guest parking and Internet access.
Hotel offers good value accommodation, with an excellent location to explore not only the nearby Stirling Castle and tourist attractions, but close enough to visit Glasgow and Edinburgh as well. (GH 12/08)