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By far one of the coolest and oldest pubs I've ever been to. The barkeep was authentic and very welcoming. The beer they make in house was awesome. Not often you can walk into a pub that's 400+ years old and chalked full of stories...More
What a lovely place to have a drink and a nibble from the buffet cart (crisps and peanuts). It’s Dog friendly, regular change in ales, a roaring fire on a cold evening, good regulars and a jukebox 👍🏻 together with Jock the happy landlord, what...More
My wife and I stopped in here one afternoon during our honeymoon in September. Sterling was our last stop before heading to Glasgow for our flight back home.
The Settle Inn was a perfect way to end the trip. We went in fairly early in...More
A perfect pub. Not sure if I should share the news as it’s perfect as is. It’s just what a Scottish pub should be for me.
However, not being selfish- try it out if you simply look for a warm welcome, a hot fire, and...More
Decided to drop in when we were walking back to our guest house. It is a small, intimate pub. Has a back room where they have a local "traditional, folk jam session" on Wednesdays. It happened to be Wednesday afternoon when we dropped in. The...More
We were there on a wednesday which is folk music night. This basically means that people bring instruments and play scottish folk musik together in the back of the pub. It was a great experience: one of the highlights in Stirling. For a music lover,...More