Metro Inns Falkirk

A Hotel in Polmont, Lothian

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Bean Cross Farm Polmont

Metro Inns Falkirk, Polmont

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Accommodation Description:

Metro Inns Falkirk is situated half an hours drive from both Edinburgh and Glasgow, this makes it a great base to discover the delights of Scotland. Our bedrooms are clean, modern and cleverly designed. Free WiFi and free parking to residents, means the hotel is an ideal choice whether travelling for business or leisure.

1 star rating

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  • Wi-Fi Available
  • Smoking allowed in bedrooms
  • Ground floor bedrooms
  • Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas

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