The quirky guest house is a slice of history, built into the ancient Stirling city walls designed to protect Mary Queen of Scots. The B&B is very conveniently located in the vibrant Old Town with its cobbled streets, restaurants and bars - and a short walk from rail and bus stations.
Scotland is literally at your doorstep, with plenty of fun exploring historic battle sites and unspoilt, beautiful hilly terrain with crisp, clean mountain water springs in the area known as the gateway to the Highlands'. Visit the Wallace Monument, where you can see William Wallace's magnificent weapons and be regaled with fascinating tales of fierce battles with the English. Other attractions include: the interactive battle recreation games at the Battle of Bannockburn site, a safari park with lions, go-karting, treetop zip-lining, laser and paintball. Fishing, boating and other water activities are available at nearby Loch Lomond and Lake Menteith. Also in the area: important sites that feature in your favourite Outlander, Monty Python and other shows - including Doune Castle and Castle Campbell. There are several top whisky and gin distilleries in Stirling and surrounds, with tasting and visiting opportunities.