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Back To Floorplan Destination Stirling
Stirling is a deeply historic Royal Burgh, dominated by the cliff-top fortress and royal palace of Stirling Castle – grandest of all Scottish castles. Here too is the dramatic National Wallace Monument, celebrating Scotland’s national hero, Sir William Wallace. And in 1314, Scotland won its independence, at the Battle of Bannockburn. The city region is currently enjoying a sustained period of capital development in tourism and leisure facilities that will result in well over £100 million of investment and considerable improvements to the city’s room stock and visitor offering.
Back To Floorplan The National Wallace Monument
Stirling’s famous landmark commemorates the life of Sir William Wallace.

Situated on the Abbey Craig outside the historic city of Stirling, The National Wallace Monument overlooks the scene of Wallace’s greatest victory at the Battle of Stirling Bridge. The exhibition galleries inside the Monument tell the story of how the battle was fought and won, and of the legacy Wallace left behind. Highlights include Wallace’s legendary battle-sword and panoramic views from the top of the 220ft tower.

2019 will mark the 150th anniversary of the opening of The National Wallace Monument, which has welcomed millions of visitors since 1869.

Open all year, group discounts available and free coach parking.
Back To Floorplan Stirling Venues
Stirling Venues offers a unique collection of outstanding conference, events and accommodation facilities, set in the stunning grounds of the University of Stirling.

Just 40 minutes from both Edinburgh and Glasgow, we're the perfect choice for small meetings or large events.

Facilities include:
  • Accommodation for up to 2,000 guests
  • 100-bedroom Stirling Court Hotel
  • Over 100 conference and meeting rooms
  • 10 large lecture theatres
  • 468-capacity theatre
  • Free parking
  • Complimentary WiFi
  • World class sports facilities including fitness centre, Olympic length pool, tennis centre
  • Extensive grounds, perfect for team building, open air events or marquees
  • Excellent catering options for small meetings to large dinners
Back To Floorplan The Golden Lion Hotel
The elegant family owned 66 bedroom Historic hotel has welcomed guests for more than 200 years. The Scottish poet Robert Burns wrote 'Stirling Lines' on a hotel window frame, a plaque commemorating is situated on the hotel’s front. Located in Stirling city centre, free parking. There are shops, bars/cafes on the hotel doorstep, the magnificent Stirling Castle is just 0.6 miles away. The William Wallace Monument is 10-minute drive from the Golden Lion. Stirling’s main bus/rail stations are within 5 minutes’ walk.
Open all day for Morning Coffees, Snacks, Bar Meals, Full Restaurant Menu, offering Traditional Afternoon Teas/High Teas daily.
Groups welcomed-Overnightstay, Lunch & Evening Meals
Back To Floorplan Deanston Distillery
Ideal for FITs and small groups.

Located 80miles from Stirling near Doune and just 45min from Edinburgh and Glasgow, Deanston Distillery sits by the River Teith at the entrance to the dramatic Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Having been a cotton mill for 180 years, Deanston was transformed into a distillery in the 1960's and has been distilling whisky using traditional methods ever since. Experience the sights, smells and sounds of a true working distiilery.

Tours, whisky tastings, private dinners, VIP tours, warehouse tours (coming soon).
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