Argyll House welcomes you to historic Stirling. Come and see the heartland of Scotland and gateway to the Highlands. Its magnificent Castle is where Mary Queen of Scots was crowned and a favourite royal residence of many of the Stuart monarchs.
The castle also houses the Regimental Museum of the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders.
Visit Bannockburn Heritage Centre where Robert the Bruce defeated King Edward II and won freedom for Scotland from English domination. Sleep at the foot of the Wallace Monument, a gothic tower honouring Scotland's other national hero William Wallace. Our front bedrooms have a wonderful view of the monument, which is spectacular at night.
This traditional, exceptionally comfortable home specialises in Top Quality produce (organic where possible) to give you the best start to your day. You will be shown courtesy, friendliness and consideration and we will endeavour to make your stay a memorable and enjoyable part of your holiday. Maps, guide books and of course 'local knowledge' will help plan your trips.
Stirling is an ideal touring base, Glasgow can be reached by train in 40 minutes, Edinburgh in 50 minutes and Oban and St. Andrews in just over an hour. Also on the doorstep is the beautiful Trossachs area with the unique steamship Sir Walter Scott sailing daily on Loch Katrine.
So whether it's tracing your ancestors, visiting battlefields, shopping for woollens or just leisurely taking in the history of Stirling you could not choose a better location.
Highly recommended in Routard dot com and Michael Mueller Schottland guide books.
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