Stirling-Trossachs and West HighlandsFrom $87
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From$177Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 8 Opinions
Built in a classical Scottish style in 1878, this family-friendly hotel sits within 13 hectares of grounds with gardens and comprises a total of 206 rooms spread over 6 floors. The hotel has been extensively refurbished in 2009 to a high standard. The hotel features a new Coctail Bar, a new contemporary restaurant, a play area for children, a lobby with a 24-hour reception desk, a currency exchange counter and Internet access. Room and laundry services round up the amenities at this hotel. Car parking facilities are available.See more
From$136Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 4 Opinions
Built in 1930 and renovated in 2004, this hotel comprises a total of 52 individually decorated double rooms and 1 suite spread over 3 floors. Facilities include a 10,000 m² garden complex, Internet access (additional fee payable), 2 restaurants and room and laundry services. The hotel also has its own car park and garage for those arriving by car.See more
Built in 1862 as a family residence and repeatedly extended and embellished with leisure facilities, this hotel was last renovated in 2006 and comprises 2 floors with a total of 71 rooms. Guests have access to pleasant gardens, and facilities include a bistro and a bar with a fireplace. The lobby includes a 24-hour reception and lifts. Further amenities include a hairdresser, a restaurant, Internet access. Room and laundry services are also available.See more
Built in 1837 and completely renovated in 2008, this hotel comprises 2 floors with a total of 29 rooms and 4 suites. Facilities include 2 lounges, a bar and a restaurant with a non-smoking area in addition to a car park and garage for those arriving at the hotel by car. Room and laundry services complete the offerings.See more
From$153Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 1 Opinions
Built in 1855 and renovated in 2002, this hotel comprises a total of 59 rooms. The hotels facilities include a lobby with 24-hour reception, a lift and lounge area. Dining options include a café, a bar and an air-conditioned à la carte restaurant (highchairs for infants are provided). Guests may also make use of the in-house laundry service.See more
Built in 1849 by the merchant business man Daniel Walkinshaw, the hotel retains much of its traditional charm, whilst at the same time offering the modern day facilities that one would naturally expect to find. The much loved garden offers a secluded spot for a light lunch and proudly displays a commemorative plaque to the Clan McAulay and the lands of Ardencaple. The hotel stands looking out over the Firth of Clyde and the rolling landscapes beyond. Situated adjacent to the church in the picturesque village of Rhu, the hotel offers a countryside setting within easy travelling distance of Scotland's main cities.See more
Built in 1874, this historical hotel is the former high school of Stirling and has retained many of the original features including the fully working observatory. The hotel comprises a total of 96 rooms, including 2 wheelchair-accessible rooms, on 3 floors. The lobby houses a 24-hour reception desk, a hotel safe, currency exchange facilities and lift access. Further facilities include a bar, a breakfast room and an air-conditioned restaurant with highchairs for infants. The hotel is ideal for business guests with its conference room and Internet connection. Room and laundry services are on offer and parking is available in the hotel's car park.See more
Completely renovated in 2004, the hotel occupies a historic building constructed in 1895 and comprises a total of 32 rooms over three floors. Facilities in this well-run hotel include a foyer with 24-hour reception and a bar and restaurant catering to guests' culinary needs. There are parking spaces and a garage for those arriving by car and room/ laundry services complete the offerings.See more
From$150Per night/5 Customer reviewsof 5 Opinions
Built in 1860, this hotel was completely renovated in 2004 and comprises a total of 77 rooms over three floors. Facilities on offer include a 24-hour reception, a bar, and a restaurant, in addition to public Internet access. Room and laundry services complete the offerings, and there are parking spaces and a garage available for those arriving by car.See more
The hotel is housed within a former private house built in 1875. From the lounge of the outdoor steam bath area, guests may enjoy breathtaking views over the islands along the west coast. The hotel also offers spectacular views of Oban Bay and the Firth of Forth. Renovated in 2006, it combines a high level of appointment with quality service. Guests may make use of the restaurant, the bar, the public Internet connection, and the room service.See more
Information about Stirling-Trossachs and West Highlands
Three of the most popular places in Scotland are Stirling, Trossachs and the West Highlands. Stirling is a city in the very centre of the country.
The stunning Stirling Castle brings a lot of visitors to the city, due to a long and distinguished history that began in the 15th century. Built on a peak of volcanic origin and surrounded by cliffs, the castle is officially a national monument.
Nearby, the Church of the Holy Rude is one of the places in Scotland where a coronation was held. Trossachs is an area of incredible natural beauty, where lovely forests and peaceful lakes make up an unforgettable landscape. This is the scenery that inspired Sir.
Walter Scott to write some of his best poetry, and it is now a National Park. West Highlands covers 152 km from north to south and is walked by thousands of people every year. It is made up of old footpaths that originate in different parts of Scotland, each with its own beautiful countryside.
History, nature and adventure are waiting for you in this region, don’t miss out!
Most popular zones from Stirling-Trossachs and West Highlands
- Bridge of Allan
- Connel Ferry
- Loch Lomond
- Port Appin