Enjoy everything Scotland has to offer this summer, from whisky tours to steam train rides with a staycation in Scotland. We’ve all had a tough year, so in our opinion nothing sounds better than escaping to an idyllic rural retreat for some much needed recharging. Get ready to swap couch for culture with a back-to-nature country escape in Stirling.
With so many places to rediscover or explore for the very first time, Stirling Court Hotel provides the perfect base to see the very best of city and country on your staycation holiday.
A staycation can make for the ideal vacation, chock full of exciting attractions, sumptuous food and sensational sights. With its wild glens, soaring mountains and misty peaks, Scotland’s sweeping scenery provides the ultimate playground for both nature-lovers and adventure thrill seekers alike. Fondly described as the gateway to the Highlands, Stirling offers something for everyone looking for a holiday in Scotland this summer.
Stirling’s got bags going for it! Anyone considering a weekend getaway in Stirling can look forward to beautiful open spaces and guaranteed social distancing. This pocket of Scotland is steeped in history and is bursting with exciting and unique experiences, with plenty of things to see and do. Under the shadow of the distinctive Wallace Monument with Stirling Castle and Bannockburn nearby, Stirling Court Hotel is ideally positioned to experience everything this vibrant city has to offer.
If you’re looking for a new adventure, then Stirling might be the perfect fit. A wee city with a very big history, modern day Stirling boasts spectacular scenery, oodles of historic attractions, not to mention shopping and delicious places to eat and drink.
Stirling offers the very best of the country and city, with a mainline railway and bus station, providing easy access to both Glasgow and Edinburgh, as well as onwards services to the highlands of Scotland. The city’s central location makes it the ideal location to venture out and explore what Scotland has to offer, including the stunning vistas found in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, just a short 30 minutes away by car.
Visitors to Stirling will be spoilt for choice when it comes to eating and drinking, with a varied array of places to try around the picturesque cobbled streets of the Old Town with a selection of menus from around the globe.
From the dramatic scenery, rich history and burgeoning food and drink scene, you’ll fall in love with Scotland all over again. So, what are you waiting for? Book your getaway and start planning your weekend escape today.