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Airth Castle Hotel & Spa Resort

A Historic Hotel in Falkirk, Central Scotland

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Central Scotland

Airth Castle Hotel & Spa Resort, Falkirk

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Accommodation Description:

The Airth Castle Hotel & Spa Resort is situated in the heart of Central Scotland. The property is located 20 minutes from Edinburgh, 30 minutes from Glasgow and 15 minutes from Stirling. The hotel offers 122 hotel bedrooms with 23 in the castle (supplement payable).

Full leisure facilities include indoor swimming pool, gym and two bars. There are no lifts in the castle, only the hotel.

4 star rating

From: £60.75

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