At the bar in the Library recovering from Hogmaneigh the angel Frances provided the coffee. The guests provided the jokes. My lunch at £15.55 including tip completed my rescussitation.
One major complaint. Stuart Bond, the general manager, has neglected to put a piano in the bar!! He must not know excellent pianos are cheap and plentiful at my Underwater Piano Shop, Edinburgh branch. I plan to return at earliest opporknockity with a 19th Century Broadwood cottage upright (£1,200) in tow.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The 19th Century, four-star Stirling Highland Hotel used to be the city’s high school and is just a few minutes walk from Stirling Castle and the attractions of the city. Its 98 bedrooms include 18 premium bedrooms and 2 deluxe rooms and Stirling is the gateway to the Scottish Highlands so majestic mountains and tranquil lochs are close by. Enjoy the Trossach’s National Park before sampling a single malt in the hotel’s new on-site Stirling Whisky Shop. Unwind in the spa, enjoy award-winning food in the 2 AA Rosette Scholars Restaurant then relax with a nightcap in the Headmaster’s Bar. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Barcelo Stirling
- Stirling Highland Hotel
- The Stirling Highland Hotel Scotland