Self catering in Scotland's most central city. Small but extremely comfortable
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 11:00 am
Patio, Gazebo or garden - no objection
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
This flat sits across the street from the back way to Stirling Castle and a short walk to the Smith Museum and Café. The flat is cozy, warm, seats four people in the kitchen and seven comfortably in the sitting room. The large coffee table works well for board games or puzzles. Daylight (if not sunlight) brightens this room. The kitchen has a genius microwave that also bakes and grills, and a pulley system that line dries even jeans overnight! We found in the bedroom a comfortable bed, plenty of storage for our two-week stay, a second TV and a safe. We also appreciated the vestibule where we could doff wet coats and shoes and enjoy the flat in our stocking feet as we do at home. Bob is a welcoming and friendly host who quickly responds to queries. We highly recommend this flat.
We also could offer a review of Stirling, a walkable town full of history and good places to eat. If you're interested in the opinions of an older couple visiting in the winter from the Pacific Northwest, we recommend: The Castle (don't miss the rose garden in the summer or the café anytime), The William Wallace Monument (with several levels on which to learn more history while catching one's breath on the climb), The Smith Museum, Stirling Made Galleries and Shop (for gifts), Darnley Coffee House (open 10-4), The Portcullis (fireside pub food), Napizza (eat there if possible), Green Gates (Indian cuisine), Friend of Mine (café in Bridge of Allan with interesting, vegetarian-friendly menu), and travel by Scotrail whenever possible.
Perfect for a stay in Stirling and the rest of Scotland.
The house was perfect, clean with everything you need for an enjoyable break. Location perfect to get about Scotland or to simply explore Stirling. The owner always quick to reply with any query.
Wonderful Bungalow, walking distance to Stirling. Highly recommend.
There was everything you needed for a short stay in the bungalow, added bonus having a parking space as well. Clean and comfortable. Bob was quick to respond if we had any queries.
Would definitely stay again.
Beautiful accommodation, fantastic Host & amazing location.
Outstanding Host. Helpful, efficient and very pleasant. Apartment is stylish and very comfortable. Off street car parking in front of entrance was great. Huge open shower in spacious bathroom. Washer in kitchen with Pulley Clothes Airer was fantastic. The architecture of the building and the entire immediate area is stunning. Beautiful lush rear garden. Close enough to walk to Stirling Castle, Old Town and into the City Centre for restaurants, Pubs etc., The nearby Sainsbury’s was easy for groceries and has an impressive restaurant for a healthy breakfast for an early start exploring. So many historical places are easy to visit from Stirling which was a good size to use as a base and is a very pretty old town. We recommend Culross, Douane Castle and Falkland Palace all advised of by our wonderful Host.
We have rented houses for many years and this is our favorite rental by far. So well appointed. Gorgeous inside and beautifully finished. Couldn't ask for a better flat. Bob was outstanding!
A must book property.
In a word, "superb". We couldn't recommended 15, Albert Place higher.
Situated in the prestigious residential Kings Park conservation area yet only a walk to all Stirling's main facilities.
Stirling city centre, Stirling Castle and Stirling golf course are all less than 300 meters from your front door.
Many things are on your door step yet there is ultra convenient road, rail and bus links, a car is not needed.
Edinburgh and Glasgow airports are on direct motorway links with the junction only two miles from our private off road parking.
Golf: Gleneagles-Golf at the Gleneagles® Hotel is a blend of natural experience and golfing adventure on three championship golf courses set in the splendour of the Perthshire hills in Scotland.
The golf courses were the inspiration of two of the world's most famous golfers, James Braid, five times winner of the Open Championship who designed the King's and Queen's, and Jack Nicklaus, Golfer of the 20th Century, who created the PGA Centenary Course.
Stirling-The course has one of golf’s most inspiring backdrops – the Old Town of Stirling, built on ancient volcanic slopes, crowned by the historic Castle rising above spectacular crags…and there are stunning views in all directions across Central Scotland, including the Ochil and Lomond Hills to the east, and across the Carse of Stirling, to the Trossachs and the Southern Highlands beyond.
Set in the old royal hunting grounds of the Kings Park, Stirling is a golf course of excellent quality and unique character – a golfing experience not to be missed….. Formed in 1869 the club celebrated its 140th year in 2009, aware of the Kings Park’s much longer association with the game of golf .
St Andrews- St Andrews Links, the Home of Golf, where the game has been nurtured and developed for 600 years. This is the official website of St Andrews Links Trust which manages the seven golf courses, including the Old Course, host of the 2010 Open Championship, that make up the largest public golf complex in Europe.
Ski: GLEN COE MOUNTAIN
Ski and Snowboard across 19 runs and 7 lifts - catering for skiers and boarders of all levels. Complete beginners can enjoy the gentle plateau runs while experts can experience the incredible variety of terrain. (Which includes the longest and steepest runs in Scotland)