EXPLORE

Stirling has been settled since the 11th century and has been fought over many times between the Scots and the English due to its geographic position as a gateway to the north and easy access over the River Forth

It is now a thriving expanding city with a population of around  50,000.    

It is has a busy retail centre with a great selection of shops, pubs and restaurants.

For the history buffs you can visit the Castle, Battle of Bannockburn centre, Wallace Monument, Old Town Jail and Church of the Holyrude.

Doune Castle is about 7 miles away and famous as a film set for Monty Python and more recently in the TV series, Outlander.

Stirling Castle

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Wallace Monument

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Old Town Jail

Church of the Holy Rude

Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre

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Doune Castle

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Ravenswood Guest House was built in 1890 as a family home and has now been converted in to a four bedroom guest house offering bed and breakfast.

All rooms offer comfortable beds and en-suite facilities.

The house is located one mile from Stirling city centre which is easily accessible by bus, car or an easy walk over Old Stirling Bridge.

Stuart Wilson, the owner looks forward to welcoming you to stay in his home.

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