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Tel code: 01786 | code search
Postcode: FK15 | code search
Population: 8500
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"just spent 2 miserable nights at this hotel,room was disgusting white markings on carpet round what was a leaking radiator,bath could not be used 'cause it was terribly stained-I certainly ..." More

Dunblane Hydro
"visited hotel for 2 night stay.allocated an executive room in the wing of the hotel. the corridor leading to the room was in dire need of decorating with scraped walls ..." More

Dunblane Hydro
"Good Points: 1. Bedsize 2. amount of space in the room 3. selection for breakfest 4. booking in restaurant 5. the staff are friendly and helpful Bad Points: 1. Disturbed by ..." More

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Sitting to the north of Stirling on the A9, Dunblane is one of Scotlandís smallest cities. Founded in 602 AD by Saint Blain, the city is rich in history and has been shaped by religion and politics since its inception. It was elected a city in 1500 by King James VI, and post-Reformation, became a weaving town of some repute. Its tartan is considered the most complicated of the district tartans. Dunblane has a historic charm in a sleepy setting; the River Allan runs through the city and architecture from the 17th and 18th centuries survives to this day. Its most famous building is Dunblane Cathedral, which was completed in the thirteenth century and restored in 1893 by Sir Robert Rowand Anderson. The building is now owned by Historic Scotland. Leighton Library, completed in 1688, is the oldest purpose built library in Scotland and visitors can examine some of Scotlandís rarest books. Dunblane is embroidered into Scotlandís history, but it is the future of tennis that it is becoming fa-mous for, with Andrew and Jamie Murray hailing from the city. On the cusp of the Perthshire High-lands, Dunblane offers many scenic walks in unspoiled countryside and has plenty to enchant the visitor.

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Dunblane Hydro (0.58 miles)

Dunblane Hydro

This famous and majestic hotel , stunningly situated in over 10 acres of glorious landscaped grounds. sits on a hill overlooking Dunblane and the surrounding Perthshire countryside. Excellent road and rail links mean the hotel ... More | visit website

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Adamo Bridge of Allan (2.29 miles)

Adamo Bridge of Allan

Stunning Boutique style property with 15 individually designed bedrooms. For those who adore sophisticated luxury on a personal level, a combination of stylish sophistication and the warmest Scottish welcome, Located in picturesque Bridge of Allan ... More | visit website

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Royal Hotel & Lodge (2.40 miles)

Royal Hotel & Lodge

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Amid the historic surroundings of Bridge of Allan, near Stirling, the Royal Hotel and its adjacent lodge between them offer en suite rooms, a bar, a restaurant and events facilities.
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Walmer Hotel (2.43 miles)

Walmer Hotel

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The Walmer Hotel is easily found, lying just off the M9 in Bridge of Allan, near Stirling. Bridge of Allan is a picturesque village, steeped in history about 3 miles ... More

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Cromlix House (3.18 miles)

Cromlix House

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Cromlix House is a magnificent, luxury hotel located in a peaceful 2,000 acre estate. Situated near Stirling, this hotel is only a 40 minute drive from Glasgow and 50 minutes from Edinburgh.

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The Old Tram House (3.87 miles)

The Old Tram House
The Old Tram House is close to the famous William Wallace monument, Stirling University, and Stirling Castle and also close to local golf courses and the main city centre of historic Stirling, also provides easy ... More | visit website
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Craigard (3.89 miles)

Craigard
Craigard is a recently renovated B&B, providing guests with comfortable centrally heated rooms with en-suite facilities. There is ample private parking available off road at the front of the house. All rooms are on the ... More | visit website
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Auchyle Guest House (4.05 miles)

Auchyle Guest House
Auchyle guest house sits below Stirling Castle hill and is some 250 meters from historic Stirling bridge . We cater for family's , couples ,singles and have disabled facilities . It is close to all ... More | visit website
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Ravenswood Guest House (4.05 miles)

Ravenswood Guest House
Ravenswood is a Victorian House which offers bed and breakfast (B&B )in comfortable surroundings. The Guest House is located close to the city centre/train station (5 minute car/bus journey or 15 / 20 minute walk). ... More | visit website
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Hillview Cottage B&B (4.27 miles)

Hillview Cottage B&B

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Hillview Cottage Guest House offers traditional B&B accommodation in Central Scotland in an ideal location to tour the premier sites of the area. These ... More

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