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The Stirling Highland Hotel - Puma Hotels Collection

The Stirling Highland Hotel - Puma Hotels Collection

Have your own epic break; The Stirling Highland Hotel is, by far, the most prestigious hotel in the city. It used to be the high school. You’ll be tucked up in the most luxurious en suite double dormitory you’ve ever seen, with the best school dinner you’ve ever tasted. On the gateway to the enchanting Scottish Highlands, you’ve chosen a great base from which to explore the area! The gateway to the Scottish Highlands • Located only 800 metres from the train station, next to Stirling Castle •.....

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Location

Spittal, Stirling FK8 1DU STIRLINGSHIRE United Kingdom

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  • Things to do
Stirling town and the surrounding areas have established themselves through centuries of great history - from the beheading of Mary Queen of Scots, to Braveheart William Wallace. Over 2.3 million visitors come to Stirling each year, many go to the oldest landmark in Stirling - the Castle which has records dating back possibly before the 12th Century. Here you can witness excellent re-enactments of historical battles as made famous by the film 'Braveheart' starring Mel Gibson. You can also take advantage of the magnificent views of Stirling and the Highlands.

Visit the Rob Roy & Trossachs Visitor Centre and learn more about this notorious highland outlaw, and his beautiful home ground in the highlands. To get the best views of the areas, take a trip to The Wallace Monument - a Victorian monument built as a mark of the nationalist movement in the 1850s