The Clacks Rustic Abode - 1 Wardlaw Street, Coalsnaughton Tillicoultry FK13 6LD
|2.3 miles from Recreation Park||Rating\Stars: | Prices from: £100.0 | Customer rating: n\a\6|
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Guests will be able to leave their car behind and walk to Tillicoultry to the cafés, pubs, eating places and shops, or out into the countryside. For some retail therapy, and only a 10-minute walk, the shopping outlet centre, Sterling Mills, has a large selection of stores. This is a great spot for guests who enjoy walking and cycling with established walks and cycle paths that lead through the village, alongside the River Devon and out into the rolling countryside and hills. For more strenuous walks, the Ochil Hills make a good challenging hill walk with super views and peaks over 2000 feet, including Kings Seat, Dumyat and Ben Cleuch. There is a regular bus service to the surrounding villages and Stirling city centre. For days out, Stirling is well worth a visit, and is rich in history with historic monuments including Stirling Castle, Wallace Monument and The Bannockburn Centre. For those wanting to travel a little further afield, the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Falkirk Wheel and the 30 metre high ’Kelpies’ horse sculptures can all be reached within an hour’s drive. The vibrant city of Edinburgh can also be easily reached from here. Beach 26 miles. Shop and takeaway 200 yards, farm cafe 400 yards and restaurant 500 yards. Important to mention that near Dollar there is a new attraction called the Japanese garden a must for all.
Airth Castle Hotel - Airth Stirlingshire Airth FK2 8JF
|3.8 miles from Recreation Park||Rating\Stars: 4 | Prices from: £107.1 | Customer rating: 5\6|
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Where will I be staying? The Airth Castle Hotel & Spa looks like it’s jumped straight out of a history book. Nestled within amazing secluded countryside in the heart of the Stirlingshire, and with its buildings a converted stable block and a 14th Century Castle – it looks every inch the part. The room chronicles Rooms here are classic, comfortable and give you everything you need for a good night’s sleep. Plus, it’s pretty cool to be able to tell your friends you’ve stayed in a castle. Each offers free Wi-fi and a flat screen TV too. This hotel’s great because… You can unwind and relax at their spa which offers a variety of treatments, a pool, sauna, and a state-of-the-art fitness centre. There’s also meeting rooms available if you’re there for business, and its pet friendly so you can have your trusty companion in tow (charges apply). Wining and dining Set underneath a unique pyramid of glass, and the true the focal point of the hotel lies the Grill Room. There’s sumptuous culinary delights to make you drool, including scallops, pasta, swordfish and steak – just to name a few. You can also do afternoon tea, or visit one of the comfy lounge bars for a tipple. Exploring the neighbourhood Scotland heritage is present all around you. Within easy reach there’s Stirling Castle and an array of boutique shops to treat yourself in. There’s also the National Wallace Monument, Stirling Smith Art Gallery & Museum, and you’re only 30 minutes out from Edinburgh and 45 minutes from Glasgow. In a nutshell: Will charm the socks off you