City Walls; Back Walk
Stirling Castle Walk Bed and Breakfast is a small part of British and Scottish history. Embedded in 16th century city walls built to keep Henry VIII's armies away from Mary Queen of Scots the Stirling B&B is close to battle sites castles whisky distilleries championship golf courses the Highlands - and more! The whole of Scotland is on your doorstep. Refreshed and under new management the Stirling guest house is comfortable clean and near all Stirling tourism attractions.
Stirling Castle Walk Bed & Breakfast offers 7 bedrooms of character in a brilliant location in the heart of Stirling's castle precinct. The guest house built into the historic Stirling city walls is a short walk from rail and bus stations restaurants and bars and close to a wide array of activities including: cycle and hiking routes highland games venues heritage sites battle memorials stately homes iconic golf courses and salmon-filled rivers. The door to the B&B is at the start of the Back Walk Scotland's oldest maintained public walkway.
Stirling Castle itself is a much-loved attraction offering guides in historical outfits wielding lutes swords and bedpans and an impressive Lego recreation of Stirling castle in a bygone era. It has a rich history and has been home to a line of kings queens and important historical figures from James VI and Mary Queen of Scots to Bonnie Prince Charlie William Wallace and Oliver Cromwell. There is plenty for kids in this part of the world including the interactive battle recreation games at the Battle of Bannockburn site a safari park with lions go-karting treetop zip-lining laser and paintball.
Quaint beach and golf village St Andrews is just over an hour away Gleaneagles about 20 minutes by road while Glasgow is a quick 25-minutes train journey and Edinburgh less than an hour by rail. Scotland is literally at your doorstep. This iconic Stirling guest house is under new management and has recently been refreshed.
All bedding including pillows mattresses sheets and duvets is brand new and top quality. Parking is free at night and there is inexpensive daytime public parking available nearby. The B&B's proprietors Jackie and Adrian will be on hand to make sure you have everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable stay.
Come and join us and experience the wonders of Scotland voted the world's most beautiful country by travellers in 2017 from an authentic piece of its history.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Stirling area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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Church of the Holy Rude - 0.2 miles (Historic Church)
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regimental Museum - 0.3 miles (Museum)
Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum - 0.3 miles (Museum)
King's Knot - 0.4 miles (Garden)
Stirling Castle - 0.5 miles (Castle)
Stirling Old Bridge - 0.6 miles (Historic Building)
Cambuskenneth Abbey - 0.9 miles (Abbey)
Argyll's Lodging - 1.4 miles (Historic House)
Wallace Monument - 1.5 miles (Museum)
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