Budget Friendly Accommodation for 1,2,3 nights or more
FK7 0LJ, Stirling, Glasgow Road
Just 5 minutes’ drive from Stirling city centre,The King Robert is uniquely situated on the site of the historic Battle of Bannockburn. It offers en suite rooms that are non-smoking and have free WiFi. All... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
FK8 2ND, Stirling, 4 Melville Terrace
Lost Guest House has a central yet peaceful setting with private parking, ideal for Stirling town centre and Braveheart country. There is free WiFi access in rooms and public areas. Set in an elegant Georgian... read more
£ 34.65View Rates
FK7 7XH, Stirling, Springkerse Business Park
The 3-star Holiday Inn Express Hotel offers pet friendly accommodation at Springkerse Business Park. The M9 and M80 motorways can be reached within 4 miles of the hotel. The hotel features free Wi-Fi throughout, and... read more
£ 32.33View Rates
FK8 1DU, Stirling, 29 Spittal Street
Built in 1854, this hotel was once the High School of Stirling. Less than 10 minutes’ walk from the city’s historic castle, it has an AA Rosette-awarded restaurant and free parking. Each room at Stirling... read more
£ 55.30View Rates
FK9 4LA, Stirling, University Of Stirling Campus
Located within the University of Stirling campus and set in 300 acres of beautiful parkland, Stirling Court Hotel is just 10 minutes’ drive from Stirling city centre. Stirling Court Hotel offers a 'home-from-home' environment. It... read more
FK8 1BD, Stirling, 8/10 King Street
The Golden Lion Hotel has welcomed guests, including royalty, for more than 200 years. The Scottish poet Robert Burns wrote a poem on a hotel window frame, a plaque commemorating this is situated on the... read more
£ 54.00View Rates
FK11 7EA, Stirling, Long Row
Set on the slopes of Ochil Hill, the 19th-century Broomhall Castle features charming rooms, some with four-poster beds. The historical city of Stirling is just 5 miles away. The Castle offers charming en suite rooms... read more
FK7 8EX, Stirling, Hillhead Farm, Pirnhall Road, Bannockburn
In a former farm building, the Hillhead Lets provides large bedrooms with en suite shower facilities and free Wi-Fi. Located in Bannockburn, the famous battlefield is close by. Rooms at the Hillhead Farm have stunning... read more
FK8 1EA, Stirling, St John Street
The 4-star VisitScotland accredited Stirling Youth Hostel is set in the grounds of Erskine Church, just a short walk from historic Stirling Castle, high above the town centre, with views over the surrounding area. The... read more
FK9 5EY, Stirling, 42 Causewayhead Road
The Old Tramhouse Self Catering Apartments has garden views, free WiFi and free private parking, situated in Stirling, 30 km from Glengoyne Distillery. Featuring a kitchen with a dishwasher and a microwave, each unit also... read more
£ 88.33View Rates
FK6 6QZ, Stirling, Stirling Road, Denny
Situated just 13 minutes’ drive from Stirling, Wellsfield Farm Holiday Lodges offers self-catering accommodation with free onsite parking. The farm overlooks the famous Scottish mountains, Ben Ledi, Ben Vorlich, Ben Lomond, and Meikle Bin. With... read more
FK8 2QZ, Stirling, 12 Victoria Square
The luxurious Victoria Square and the Orangery Restaurant shares the elegance of this desirable area of Stirling, with a selection of distinctly styled en suite rooms. Limited on-site parking and Free Wi-Fi are available at... read more
FK7 8EX, Stirling, Croftside Farm
The Barn Lodge rooms are converted barns consisting of 2 double rooms, 1 twin room and 4 family rooms which can either sleep 3 or 4 people, providing guests with comfortable centrally heated rooms with... read more
£ 50.00View Rates
FK8 1DX, Stirling, 33 Spittal Street
Found in an original Victorian building and renovated to 21st century standards, Hotel Colessio is an opulent addition to the centre of Stirling. Free parking is possible on site, and free WiFi is accessible throughout.... read more
£ 87.00View Rates
FK9 5PB, Stirling, Easter Cornton Road
Springfield Lodge Bed and Breakfast offers accommodation 2.7 km from Stirling town centre, on a lane that provides views of the surrounding hills and countryside, as well as a nearby view to the Wallace Monument.... read more
£ 73.00View Rates
FK7 0PA, Stirling, 13 Glasgow Road
Located in Stirling, Whitehouse Guest House offers free onsite parking. Each room includes a TV, ironing supplies, and tea and coffee making facilities. The private bathrooms have a hairdryer and free toiletries. Some rooms have... read more
FK8 1NS, Stirling, Wallace Street
Located a short walk from Stirling Castle, Wallace Apartments offers modern self-catering accommodation in the centre of this Scottish city. Free WiFi is accessible throughout the ground floor apartment. Each apartment consists of 1 double... read more
£ 67.50View Rates
FK8 1TN, Stirling, Ballengeich Road
Set in Stirling, near Stirling Castle, Stirling Court and Central Library, Castlecroft Bed and Breakfast features free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a shared lounge and a garden. Continental and buffet breakfast options are available... read more
£ 70.00View Rates
FK7 8HA, Stirling, West Plean House, Denny Road, Stirling.
Situated in Stirling, West Plean House offers accommodation with free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a shared lounge and a garden. Buffet and Full English/Irish breakfast options are available each morning at the... read more
FK8 1HA, Stirling, 17 Friars Street
Located in Stirling, Friars Wynd has rooms with free WiFi access. Among the various facilities are a garden and a bar. The hotel features a restaurant, and the National Wallace Monument is 2 miles away... read more
£ 74.00View Rates
FK8 2RA, Stirling, Victoria Square, Stirling
Boasting a tennis court and a terrace, Victoria Square offers accommodation in Stirling with free WiFi and city views. Situated 38 km from Glengoyne Distillery, the property features a garden and free private parking. The... read more
FK9 5HJ, Stirling, 94 Causewayhead Road
Ravenswood Guest House has city views, free WiFi and free private parking, situated in Stirling, 40 km from Glengoyne Distillery. The bed and breakfast offers a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a hairdryer,... read more
£ 44.00View Rates
FK8 2RJ, Stirling, 1 Royal Gardens
Situated 500 metres from Stirling Castle in Stirling these apartments offer free WiFi throughout. There is a dining area and a kitchen complete with a dishwasher, an oven and microwave. Towels and bed linen are... read more
£ 95.00View Rates
FK8 1BP, Stirling, 14 Morris Terrace
Morris Terrace Apartment is set in Stirling, 39 km from Glengoyne Distillery, 1.1 km from Stirling Castle, as well as 300 metres from Central Library. Featuring garden and city views, this apartment also has free... read more
FK7 0LJ, Stirling, Glasgow Road
Situated on the site of the historic Battle of Bannockburn, Bruce's Cottage provides accommodation in Stirling with access to a restaurant, a garden, as well as a 24-hour front desk. The property, housed in a... read more
FK8 1NU, Stirling, 39B Wallace Street
Boasting a garden, Robert The Bruce Apartment features accommodation in Stirling with free WiFi and garden views. The property is 39 km from Glengoyne Distillery and 1.1 km from Central Library. The apartment has 3... read more
£ 85.00View Rates
FK8 1HQ, Stirling, 14 Princes Street
Situated in Stirling, within 39 km of Glengoyne Distillery and less than 1 km of Stirling Castle, Munro Guest House features accommodation with a shared lounge and free WiFi throughout the property. The property is... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
FK9 4UA, Stirling, Kildean Business Park, Drip Road,
Featuring panoramic views of the Wallace Monument and Ochil Hills, Highland Gate, Stirling by Marston's Inns offers accommodation 2 miles from Stirling city centre. Free WiFi and free private parking is available at the property.... read more
£ 50.00View Rates
FK9 5QJ, Stirling, 8 Manor Steps
Located in Stirling in the Central Scotland region and Glengoyne Distillery reachable within 44 km, La Fortuna Lodges provides accommodation with free WiFi, BBQ facilities, a garden and free private parking. The accommodation features a... read more
FK16 6AD, Stirling, Stirling Road
Featuring garden views, Creity Hall Chalet provides accommodation with a patio and a kettle, around 35 km from Glengoyne Distillery. This chalet features a garden, barbecue facilities, free WiFi and free private parking. This chalet... read more
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In as much as the city is clustered with medieval old towns, it’s richness in culture attracts many visitors. But this should not make it look like an expensive place to stay in during a vacation or while away having fun. Book a cheap overnight stay for 1 night, a weekend or longer.
4 Tips that help you plan your next visit
#1. Hotel with Free Breakfast
Most hotels in the city offer amazing customer experience, with b&b offers being a feature of most of them. A majority of visitors will believably look for such offers since it is one of the best ways to cut down on budget. In addition, many of the city accommodations are prepared to the lifestyle-pitch of many tourists. This means that you will get access to clean room, with equipped amenities such as TVs and mostly in a quiet environment.
#2. Central location
Apart from the ambience of the town, most accommodation places are located near to transport terminals. It will, therefore, be easy to connect to various locations cheaply because you may decide to use cabs or even public transport of convenience. Interestingly, since the hotels are mostly at the centre of the town, a business traveler may easily meet clients while staying in Scotland, UK without much hassle.
If you are looking for discounts on reserving a room, you may also find helpful information about such hotels that give discounts depending on how many days you will be spending in the city, and when staying in the weekend or mid-week.
For many travelers or visitors, the best town or city to stay in may be dictated by the kind of services offered. In Scotland, most accommodation have helpful, joyful and lovely staff who will guide you in almost all you need to know, from choosing a room to whether you need to choose a bed and breakfast option while picking the room. The staff will also ensure that your stay in the city is a memorable one. Indeed, quality services bring back clients, and hotel staffs seem to understand why your stay should be an amazing experience.
So, if you are planning your visit to the UK, accommodation in Scotland may just fall among the list of hotels or bed and breakfasts that will interest you and help you plan your budget effectively, without spending quite as you would in other expensive cities. Establishments are clustered around the large fortress and medieval old-town.
Places to stay in the city center are close to shops, bars and cafes. The William Wallace Monument is less than 10-minutes drive away. As one of Scotland’s most important historic cities, it’s home to a wealth of historic buildings and is the famous location of the battle of Bannockburn and Stirling Bridge. The old town area is a charming place to amble around and view many historic buildings while the castle offers a fascinating look into history.
Railway Station FK8 1PF
Touristic sights and attractions within easy reach
(Upper Castle Hill, Old Town FK8 1EJ, Scotland)
Fascinating old castle and one of the best tourist attractions in Scotland. The castle is in excellent condition. Well worth a visit and an excellent day out for all the family.
(Stirling FK9 4UR, United Kingdom)
Popular Zoo and Safari Park. Take a safari and drive round the animals. There are also animal shows, adventure trips on the river, kids playground, petting/feeding area, etc..
(Abbey Craig, Hillfoots Rd, Causewayhead, FK9 5LF, United Kingdom)
Unique national landmark standing on the summit of the The Abbey Craig hilltop. It commemorates Sir William Wallace, the 13th century Scottish hero. The monument was built in 1869.
(Glasgow Road, Whins Of Milton, Stirlingshire FK7 0LJ Scotland)
On the battlefield in June 1314, King Robert the Bruce routed the forces of King Edward II to win freedom for the Scots from English domination. See statue of King Robert on horse back.