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Hotels in Stirling & Trossachs

Aberfoyle Hotels

Aberfoyle Hotels

Aberfoyle situated on the River Forth at the base of Craigmore holds the distinction of having the the longest zip-line in the UK.
Port of Menteith Hotels

Port of Menteith Hotels

The village sits on the shores of Scotland's only Lake overlooked by the Menteith Hills.
Arrochar Hotels

Arrochar Hotels

The village of Arrochar is a convenient base to explore nearby Alps and forests.
Callander Hotels

Callander Hotels

This small town in Stirling, Scotland, situated on the River Teith is a popular tourist stop to and from the Highlands.
Banknock Hotels

Banknock Hotels

Located on the Bonny Water, north of the Forth, Banknock is a small community.
Drymen Hotels

Drymen Hotels

The small village of Drymen makes a convenient stopover point for Highland tourists.
Dunblane hotels

Dunblane hotels

Scotland's smallest city, Dunblane that lies five miles north of Stirling is well known for its 12th century Dunblane Cathedral.
Strathblane Hotels

Strathblane Hotels

Strathblane situated at the southern foot of the Campsie Fells, on the River Blane, makes a good location for both Loch Lomond National Park and the historical sights around. Stirling.
Gartmore hotels

Gartmore hotels

Gartmore is a pretty little village with an excellent view of the Wallace Monument in Stirling.
Loch Lomond Hotels

Loch Lomond Hotels

One of Scotland's premier boating and watersports venues,Loch Lomond is a popular tourist destination.

Our list of hotels by towns in the Stirling and Trossachs area of Central Scotland including around Bannockburn and the Ochils. The Trossachs frequently stand in for the Highlands in Hollywood movies.

Stirling is today better known for the Stirling Castle and if you see only once castle in all of Scotland then it should be this one! Other points of interest are The Trossachs Pocket Highlands with its lochs, glens and peaks.

Wallace Monument in Stirling and the escapades of Rob Roy in the Trossach region are all part of Scotland's great history to be explored.