Fancy indulging in afternoon tea with Champagne in a Victorian building in the shadow of a castle?
Fancy doing so in a place that is super easy to get to from Glasgow and Edinburgh?
Snap up today’s Big Deal at Stirling Highland Hotel.
Afternoon tea with Champagne
Today’s Big Deal at Stirling Highland Hotel has two options.
Option one is for an afternoon tea for two. Option two adds a glass of Champagne each.
Afternoon tea at Stirling Highland Hotel includes a selection of finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones with strawberry jam and clotted cream and traditional cakes inspired by Queen Victoria who was a huge fan of the tradition.
This Big Deal is available seven days a week until 16th December, allowing plenty of time to enjoy it.
Stirling Highland Hotel is located in a handsome Victorian building which was a school and astronomical observatory before being transformed into a hotel.
The interior of the hotel honours its history: much of the original school panelling and the double height classrooms have been retained and above the bar, once two French classrooms, are photographs of the eight school rectors.
The afternoon tea in Stirling Highland Hotel has very positive reviews on TripAdvisor and Facebook. Some of the reviews, edited for length, say:
“Traditional afternoon tea – very tasty. Great selection of cakes and sandwiches. Very traditional to the area which was lovely. The scones were very tasteful with plenty of clotted cream and jam. Staff were very friendly and looked after us well during our stay.”
“Amazing Afternoon Tea today… staff were lovely and welcoming thank you… made my mum’s day! 10/10 thoroughly recommend it definitely coming back.”
Stirling day out
Available seven days a week until 16th December, this Big Deal at Stirling Highland Hotel would make a lovely autumn/winter day out.
Stirling is a convenient break from Glasgow and Edinburgh, just a 40 minute drive from Glasgow and one hour from the capital. As the hotel is just a seven minute walk from Stirling Train Station it is easily accessed by public transport.
You could may a day of it and explore nearby Stirling Castle and all the battlefields and historical sights in the area associated with William Wallace and his army.