and see the heartland of Scotland and the gateway to the
Highlands. Its magnificent castle is where Mary Queen of
Scots was crowned and a favourite royal residence of many
of the Stuart monarchs. The castle also houses the Regimental
Museum of the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders.
Visit the Bannockburn Heritage Centre where Robert
the Bruce defeated King Edward II and won freedom for
Scotland from English domination.
Argyll House overlooks the Wallace Monument, the gothic
tower honouring Scotland's other national hero - William
Wallace. Our front bedrooms have a wonderful view of
the monument which is spectacularly lit at night. With
a backdrop of mountains and the winding river Forth,
Stirling is Scotland’s green city and gateway to
the country’s first National Park.
Easy access to Glasgow & Edinburgh Airports. Close to rail and motorway
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