Best Stirling holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Stirling
Old Churches House HotelLocated in the heart of Dunblane’s Cathedral Square, Old Churches House Hotel offers free Wi-Fi and an on-site restaurant serving traditional Scottish and British cuisine. The High Street is a minute’s walk away, and the entrance to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park is within a 20-minute drive.Book now
Spacious 3 bedroom houseSpacious 3 bedroom house in Stirling offers accommodation with free WiFi, 2.2 km from Stirling Castle, 800 metres from Wallace Monument and 2 km from Stirling Court. Situated 40 km from Glengoyne Distillery, the property features a garden and free private parking.Book now
Stirling Highland Hotel- Part of the Cairn CollectionBuilt in 1854, this hotel was once the High School of Stirling. Less than 10 minutes’ walk from the city’s historic castle, it has an AA Rosette-awarded restaurant and free parking.Book now
Three Bedroom House. Pet FriendlyThree Bedroom House. Pet Friendly is located in Stirling, 3.3 km from Stirling Castle and 1.5 km from Sportscotland Institute of Sport, in an area where hiking can be enjoyed. Set 41 km from Glengoyne Distillery, the property offers a garden and free private parking.Book now
1 Bank StreetOffering free WiFi and city views, 1 Bank Street is an accommodation set in Stirling, just 1.1 km from Stirling Castle and 300 metres from Central Library. Housed in a building dating from 19th century, this apartment is 39 km from Glengoyne Distillery and 600 metres from VisitScotland Stirling.Book now
More than any other Scottish town, Stirling lays fair claim to being the gateway to the Highlands. Renting a holiday apartment in Stirling is the perfect base from which to begin a Highland holiday while still being within easy reach of the exciting cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh. Renting holiday accommodation in Stirling from 9flats lets you stay among the local population, rather than being isolated with other tourists in a soulless hotel. Indeed, a holiday apartment in Stirling is just like couchsurfing in Stirling but with the greater privacy and comfort of your very own room or private apartment. You will be able to experience this historic Scottish city from a local’s perspective, shopping and eating where they do and learning about the city as tourists cannot do. You may even pick up a few tips for your stay from your hosts.
Exploring the area from your holiday apartment in Stirling
Stirling is a compact and walkable city with great transport links to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Perth; all are well within an hour’s journey by rail or road. The town itself is formed around the volcanic plug on top of which sits Stirling Castle. This ancient fortress is open to the public and was once the seat of Scottish kings. From the castle you can see right across central Scotland, with the imposing tower of the Wallace Monument prominent to the east. Beneath the castle the old town descends towards the winding Forth river recalling the city’s past as an ancient port town. Stirling is also a university town and the nearby campus means that the small city is full of atmospheric pubs and affordable eateries. The MacRobert arts centre at the university has a diverse programme of theatre, cinema and exhibitions and is open to the public.
Choosing your holiday accommodation in Stirling and surrounding area
Just 10 miles to the northwest of Stirling, a holiday apartment in Callander will place you on the edge of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs national park, which is a superb area for all sorts of outdoor activities and in Loch Lomond has the largest expanse of fresh water in the UK. If travelling by car, Blair Drummond Safari Park is just a few miles away and provides a great day out and the incongruous sight of lions roaming the Scottish countryside. Some 30 miles to the east meanwhile, a holiday apartment in St Andrews will see you staying at this beautiful old seaside town and the world’s home of golf.
Moving on from Stirling
A short trip to the southeast will give you the opportunity to stay at a holiday apartment in Edinburgh and experience Scotland’s vibrant and cultural capital. If you have enjoyed that Celtic charm, why not rent a holiday apartment in Dublin and enjoy the craic in Ireland’s capital city. Wherever your travels take you, 9flats offers authentic accommodation to enhance your travel experience. So, next time your travel bug bites be sure to book your accommodation here at 9flats.