- "This is a lovely hotel with excellent service from the staff from the moment we arrived. The room was immaculately clean and the location was perfect being in town, with everything just a short walk away. They had an extensive drinks menu with a good section of ales and wines and the cooked breakfast was delicious."
- "To call Hotel Colessio a hidden gem would be over egging the pudding a bit, but I’ve not talked to many people who’ve actually stayed there. I have. I stayed there recently and, I’ve got to say, it was wonderful. Can clearly see where they’ve worked hard to all those stars. Great stuff from the staff."
- "Would I stay at the Stirling highland Hotel? Yes, yes I would. That’s probably the most complete answer I could give. Could whittle on about the pool and the spa treatments, or the bed and the breakfast. But it all comes to nought if I wouldn’t stay there. That’s the best endorsement. I’d happily go back anytime."
- " Very nice weekend at Munroe Guesthouse, in a convenient location just 5 minutes walk to the train station and Stirling town, and 10 minutes walk to Stirling Castle. Richard was the perfect host and showered us to a beautifully equipped room, cracking Scottish breakfast set us up for the day, we would return without hesitation! "
- "A beautiful house, well maintained to high standards by owners who are dedicated to providing the best stay for their guests. The location is excellent, quiet, just a short walk (uphill) to the centre. Our room was pretty much perfect with the added touch of a view of the castle, particularly at night when lit up. Breakfast was cooked to perfection with good quality ingredients. Well deserved top marks."
- "This place was outstanding, we were really impressed with everything. Stuart was an amazing host who really made us feel welcome and couldn’t have been more helpful. The rooms were amazing, exceptionally clean, with a lovely comfy bed, fluffy pillows and very well appointed. The breakfast was fantastic and the homemade bread was delicious."
- "A modern building but quite traditional interior, located next to a National Trust Site and close to the motorway. Rooms are on the small side, as are the bathrooms, but adequate for a short stay. Breakfast was good at night and morning, nothing special but enjoyable. Really a very good value for money stay without any frills, all the staff nice and friendly, we would be happy to stay again."
- "Big fan of the Barn Lodge and I’ll tell you why; big, spacious rooms for a very low price, situated in a bit of Stirling which is both accessible and easy on the eyes. Now that, for me, is the ideal situation. Had our own sort of separate apartment thing, which was fantastic. Showers, Wi-Fi, kitchen all perfect."
- "I don’t think I’ve taken my kids anywhere where they’ve had quite so much fun in a long time. They managed to get through the drive all the way up to Stirling and their little eyes burst open when we got there. That made it worth the price/drive all on its own. Great facilities and very clean sets of rooms."
Famous battles involving William Wallace and Robert the Bruce took place at Stirling Bridge and at nearby Bannockburn, and many of the old fortifications still stand today, making this Gateway to the Highlands a must-see for history lovers. Stirling Castle rises up out of the landscape and is one of the most spectacular castles in Scotland, and has recently completed an extensive restoration project to return the Royal Lodgings to their former glory. The National Wallace Monument is also a significant place of interest, with a museum and visitor centre telling the true story of William Wallace. Some would say that it is even more compelling than the Hollywood legend!
The economy of Stirling was originally built around its position as a market town in the middle of some of the most fertile arable land in Scotland. Today it has moved into high-tech industries such as life sciences, finance and commerce, but it still retains a vibrant retail sector that provides visitors with everything they could wish for. From independent shops to high street staples, shopping here is a retail therapist's dream!
Which B&Bs in Stirling are best for couples?
Some of the properties in Stirling for couples are Friars Wynd, or Stirling Highland Hotel- Part of the Cairn Collection. You might also try Victoria Square & The Orangery Restaurant which frequently has offers on double rooms.
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What is the best value B&B in Stirling tonight?
Our best value B&B deal tonight can be found at OYO Lost Guest House Stirling from £23 * with 18 rooms and a guest review score of 7.7. * Subject to availability.