Kerrann is an ideal base for exploring the many local historic attractions. We have ample off street parking.
•We have good motorway and trains links, for visits to Glasgow, Edinburgh and Perth.
•All rooms are en-suite and have television/DVD, hospitality tray, hair dryer, and free Wi-Fi. Connection. Guests are given their own keys for unlimited access during stay.
•We have 3 rooms, 2 King or twins, 1 double.
•One double bedroom is on the ground floor.
•Continental or a cooked Scottish breakfast.
•Please feel free to contact us with any enquiries about bookings, facilities or accommodation rates. Seen from all bedrooms the nearby Wallace Monument, stands proud from where you can see one of Scotland's best castles, Stirling Castle that is also nearby. Other local historical attractions are the Church of the Holy Rude, the Old Town Jail, Cowan's Hospital, Mar's Lodgings, the Beheading Stone and Stirling Bridge.
There are walks along the Old Town Wall and along the river Forth. There are many other opportunities to walk in the beautiful local countryside including in the nearby Ochil Hills. For the more adventurous there are the Munros (hills above 3,000ft) some within travelling distance from Stirling.
If you like to shop, Stirling offers a wide variety of shops and the main mall the Thistle Centre and Marches offer undercover "shop till you drop" experience. The small area of Bridge of Allan has many small and exclusive shops to browse around along with first class restaurants and pubs and its own small brewery. Eating in Stirling -you can find most varieties of food - from top class restaurants to smaller friendly eateries. We are happy to advise our guests on eating out.
Visitors can find many sporting activities here including swimming, curling or ice skating and ten pin bowling, football and rugby, cricket, fishing, walking and golf. Within easy reach are some of the best golf courses in Scotland and the UK.
In the Stirling area there are many Lochs and Glens to delight the visitor. On Loch Katrine you can take a boat trip or hire a bike to ride alongside the Loch. The picturesque Loch Lomond is only a short drive away.
Glasgow and Edinburgh are both within easy reach by train bus or car, and a day trip from Stirling is the stress free option to visiting these major cities. The unique attraction of the Falkirk Wheel is only 12 miles away and should not be missed.
Please advise which room type you prefer - either a King or Twin room.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
From the nearest information centre:- Leave the TIC by the Old Town Jail at the first junction turn left, go to the end of the road and turn left again down the hill. At the juction trn left and proceed to the roundabout where you take the second exit. proceed to the netx rounderbout and take the second exit over the river bridge ( you can see the old Stirling bridge on your left, keep right up to the traffic lights, now bear right under the rail bridge and continue on, you are now in Causewayhead Rd. number 110 Kerrann B&B is 150 mtr up this road.
Getting there by railway:- From Stirling rail station, Taxi rank outside station but to walk turn right, continue along and turn right to Wallace Street, continue past Tesco's on your right to the underpass at the end. Proceed through the underpass which comes out by the Old Stirling Bridge (foot traffic only) over the river Forth. When over the bridge look for the road that goes under the railway line, go under railway bridge, follow road straight along to 110 Kerrann B&B on you left. Approx 1 mile.
Getting there by aeroplane:- There are two International airports that can be used. Edinburgh or Glasgow. Take bus to city centre in from both and train to Stirling.
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