Stirling Court Hotel is situated within the beautiful grounds of the University of Stirling campus, between Stirling and Bridge of Allan, just 5 minutes from Junction 11 of the M9, right at the very 'heart of Scotland' equidistant from Glasgow and Edinburgh and within the gaze of the historic Wallace Monument.
We’re sure that once you visit, you will like what you see. So, if you’re looking for the ideal destination to put delegates in the right frame of mind for business, then look no further.
Stirling Court Hotel lies in the shadow of the Wallace Monument, a towering tribute to 'Braveheart', Sir William Wallace. Less than two miles away, dominating the skyline, is the spectacular Stirling Castle, from which one can gaze across Bannockburn, scene of Robert the Bruce's epic victory in 1314.
The 'bonnie, bonnie banks of Loch Lomond', and the rugged Highlands are easily accessible from Stirling's central location; the vibrant and cosmopolitan cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh are each a mere 45 minutes' drive away.
Other places of interest include:
> Blair Drummond Safari and Leisure Park
> Briarlands Farm
> National Wallace Monument
> Old Town Jail
> Stirling Castle
> The Falkirk Wheel
> Shores of Loch Lomond
> Visit Stirling
This historic Spa Town is highly recommended as a place to visit on any trip to this area, and is less than 3 miles from Stirling city centre.
Bridge of Allan is a charming little village by the Allan Water. It is home to University of Stirling and is overlooked by the National Wallace Monument, a towering tribute to Scotland’s, Sir William Wallace, and within sight of Stirling’s cliff-top castle. The village with its fine Victorian buildings and unique shops has a long standing reputation as a popular holiday destination and has much to offer visitors. Come and discover Bridge of Allan. Bridge of Allan is situated less than three miles from the centre of Stirling. On the Ochil Hills, above the town, copper was mined as early as the 16th century and at intervals thereafter right up to 1807. The main audit (entrance shaft) of the mine can still be seen today in the woodlands - the backdrop of the village.
There are a range of short walks, shops and cafes, restaurants and bars as well as a wide range of Victorian architecture built when the village developed into a spa town during the Victorian era. A charming riverside pathway called the Darn Walk, is thought to have been in use since Roman Times. This three mile walk to Dunblane follows the river and brings you out at Dunblane Golf Course. It is strongly associated with Robert Louis Stevenson, who included the route as part of his adventure novel Kidnapped. A small cave on route by the river bank is also linked with him and, some say, was the origin of Ben Gunn’s cave in Treasure Island. Bridge of Allan has a railway station and is easily reached by train, bus or car from Stirling. There is also a map in the centre displaying the layout of the town and the walks.
"We stayed from Friday until Sunday and I have nothing but praise for the weekend. Food was excellent, bedrooms likewise and facilities could not be faulted. "
"The hotel was clean, the rooms stylish and the view of the Wallace Monument made the stay memorable. Worth every penny. Staff were extremely pleasant and friendly. I would definitely stay again."
"We stayed here for a couple of nights and left wishing it could have been longer. So quiet, peaceful and tranquil. The restaurant is of a high standard, as are all the sporting facilities that are available as a guest."
"Great hotel with excellent customer service. My wife and I stayed here while organising our son to bring him home from Stirling University and the staff couldn't have been more helpful. The room was clean and the breakfast was super."
"We had a sumptuous 3 course meal from the bar menu which has a fantastic selection to choose from and served by a most customer focused, friendly young man who was both attentive and helpful and made the meal even more special."
"Excellent location for Stirling and surrounding area. Staff are friendly, the rooms are clean and the beds comfy. We had dinner here two nights and it was very good."
"A very quiet location and ideal for those of us who do not like traffic noise. Room was clean, airy, and with a nice view of the campus loch and Wallace Monument. All in all, very good value for money."