Stirlingshire - Self Catering Accommodation

Stirling heritage dates back 800 years to the twelfth century, when the town first received the burgh title. The history of Stirling is rich with legends and events from the figure of William Wallace who fought and won the battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297 against an occupying English army, to the Battle of Bannockburn where Robert the Bruces defeat of another English army in June 1314 secured Scottish independence.

The Trossachs is an area of woodlands, rivers and mountains stretching from Stirling to Perth. Popular with walkers, canoeists and wildlife enthusiasts it has a wide range of landscapes and villages to explore. The largest village is Callander which has a tourist information and visitors centre as well as plenty of tourist shops, cafes and places to stay. Bridge of Allan is situated less than three miles from the centre of Stirling.


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Airdrie
Airdrie

Acorn Cottage

STB 4 Star, Cyclists and Walkers Welcome

Relax and enjoy the open countryside of this sheep farm with panoramic views and woodland walks. Excellent touring base for Glasgow, Stirling and E...

From £350 - £650 per week
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Kippen
Kippen

Garrique Cottage

5 Star and Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor 2018 and 2019

Garrique Cottage, Kippen is self catering and offers spacious well equipped accommodation, all on one level. The 33 foot by 11 foot kitchen/ dining...

£495 to £795 per week
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Strathyre
Strathyre

Sir Andrew Murray House

Sir Andrew Murray House is a peaceful Scottish highland retreat, spacious well presented self catering accommodation within Strathyre, Loch Lomond ...

£110 per day
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Stirling
Stirling

Tigh Mor

Tigh Mor, Stirling is a large, modern, self catering holiday home. Comfortably sleeping 8, although a cot and camp bed can be added to accommodate ...

£590 - £1525 (variable)
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