There are few more historically significant destinations in Scotland than Stirling Highland Hotel.
Dating back to 1854, the handsome Victorian building was a former school and astronomical observatory before being transformed into a hotel.
Now a luxurious hotel, you can relax steeped in history with today’s Big Deal.
One or two night stay
Today’s Big Deal is for an overnight stay for two people with breakfast, a glass of Prosecco on arrival and a picnic.
The picnic consists of a mix of sandwiches, two fancies, a Franklin & Sons soda, napkin and glass each, and is ideal if you fancy taking a stroll to a nice quiet area nearby.
The deal also includes a late check out so you can spend more time luxuriating in bed.
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.
Modern and comfortable rooms
All of the rooms at Stirling Highland Hotel have been fitted with modern fixtures and fittings and with premium mattresses and bedding, guests are guaranteed a great night’s sleep.
All rooms feature en-suite bathrooms, work desks, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs and tea and coffee making facilities.
Stirling Highland Hotel has welcomed many happy guests who have left rave reviews on TripAdvisor. The hotel currently has an average rating of four stars out of five from over 2600 reviews.
Recent reviews (edited for length) say:
‘Great location and a lovely hotel. In grounds parking. Historic building updated to a modern hotel. Lovely breakfast and well presented evening meal…’
‘Lovely hotel in a great location. Reception staff and cleaning staff were very welcoming. Substantial room with lovely fluffy towels. Breakfast was excellent… hope to return next year.’
Available from 18th July to the end of December 2020, this Big Deal at Stirling Highland Hotel would make a superb break.
Located in one of the most spectacular destinations in Scotland, you could take in the sights in the surrounding Stirlingshire countryside.