PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
We depart and make our way to Stirling and our hotel for the next 4 nights with dinner, bed and breakfast.
During your stay
•Time in historic Stirling, with its magnificent castle. Standing on a high plug of volcanic rock at the head of the Old Town, the castle is well worth a visit (extra).• A drive across the Kincardine Bridge and pay a visit to the village of Culross (pronounced Cooross). Culross is the nearest thing you will find to a 16th century time capsule withtime to wander around this ‘wee gem’. • Journey across the iconic Forth Road Bridge to Falkirk where we take a ride on the newly restored Falkirk Wheel, used to transport canal boats from one level to another. This is a superb feat of engineering and is a fascinating experience. • Edinburgh where you have the whole day free to explore - There is lots to see and do - The Castle, The Royal Mile, Holyrood Palace, Princes Street with its quality shops & lovely gardens, the old town.
After breakfast we depart for home.
The Stirling Highland Hotel is located only
500 yards from Stirling Castle with beautiful
views of the Wallace Monument, the Ochil
Hills and surrounding countryside. Converted
from the original High School of Stirling, the
hotel is an unusual venue with many nooks
and crannies in which to relax, including the
Headmaster's Study Bar. All bedrooms are en
suite with satellite TV and all the modern day
facilities. The hotel has a lift.Back to top