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Heatherdale Bed and Breakfast|
2 Dumyat Road,
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Heatherdale Bed and Breakfast is ideally situated between Stirling Castle and The National Wallace Monument, within walking distance of Stirling town centre, Bridge of Allan and Stirling University, with easy access to the main bus routes.
Stirling is "Braveheart country", and is known as the "Gateway to the Highlands" with excellent road and rail links with Glasgow and Edinburgh both within one hours drive.
Over the last ten years we have had the pleasure of accommodating visitors from all over the world and have made many friends, many of whom have returned.
Heatherdale is a detached villa with five guest rooms, three double (two en-suite), one twin, and one single room.
Each room has a television and coffee/tea making facilities.
All our rooms are comfortably furnished, our single, double and twin rooms have private external Bathrooms and our en-suite double rooms each have a shower, toilet and wash basin.
The lounge and dining room face to the rear of the property with an outlook onto our enclosed garden.
The garden which has outstanding views of both the Wallace Monument and the backdrop of the Ochil hills, is available for our guests use during the spring and summer.
Laundry facilities, price on request.
Bed & Breakfast Tariffs
Twin room £28 - £50 per person.
Business and corporate rates are available on request.
Known as the Gateway to the highlands, Stirling offers a great base to discover Scotland and indeed the surrounding area has much to offer. Stirling has a wide range of visitor attractions to offer. It has a rich heritage, including some of Scotland's most important historical sites. Landmarks include the famous Wallace Monument, Stirling Castle and the Bannockburn Heritage Centre.
As the old capital of Scotland, it is steeped in history, from William Wallace and the battle of Stirling Bridge, through the Battle of Bannockburn where Robert the Bruce defeated the 'auld enemy', to Stirling Castle itself. Haughtily perched atop inland clifftops, the castle has played host to many of Scotland's rulers, including Mary Queen of Scots, and her son, James VI who was christened in the castle, and who later became James I of the United Kingdom.
A central location...
Glasgow City Centre - 45 minutes
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