Central Scotland Hotels and Accommodation
Central Scotland Locations
Alloa is famous for being the home of one of the largest and earliest of Scottish tower houses, the 15th century Alloa Tower.
Referred to as the gateway to the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park,Balloch is a pretty village in Loch Lomond that is easily accessible from Glasgow.
Broxburn is a town in West Lothian, Scotland located 12 miles west of Edinburgh on the A8 road. Union canal, one of the major attractions in this city is well cut for fishing and leisure boating.
A former mining village in Midlothian, Scotland,Gorebridge is famous for its annual gala day
Located in the Forth Valley in Falkirk, the town is home to local fighting game enthusiasts Christopher "The Janitor" Johnston and Marc "Condorfiend" Johnston.
Much of the village of Kirknewton stands back from the B7031, which gives the village a remote feel.
A large town in West Lothian, Livingston is located approximately 15 miles west of Edinburgh.
Home to the 15th century Linlithgow palace, which is a popular tourist attraction.
Stirling is today better known for the Stirling Castle, which is a huge draw in tourist circuits.
A historic market town in South Lanarkshire located on the edge of the valley of the Avon Water.
A small village in Clackmananshire in Scotland and is situated at the southern base of the Ochill hills.
A small town in West Lothian along the Almond River that is home to Polkemmet Country Park, a must see spot.
Glasgow's West End refers to the bohemian district of cafés, tea rooms, bars, boutiques, upmarket hotels, clubs and restaurants.