Stirling Luxury Apartments

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The perfect luxury locations in Stirling

Overlooking Stirling Castle,  Wallace Monument, and the River Forth, our luxury apartments in Stirling are within walking distance to Stirling town centre,the local train station, bus station, cinemas, restaurants, bars leisure centre with swimming pool, climbing wall, ice skating, gyms, historical monuments and much more.

Our apartments are the ideal base for business in the area – work in luxury – but also as the perfect location for a holiday or short stay in the area, to explore further a field, in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs.

Both apartments have a high specification throughout, ideal for the more discerning traveller looking for that touch of luxury.  We have combined the luxury of a Boutique Hotel with the freedom and privacy of your own apartment.

All the apartments have a secure entry system, parking on site,designer  fittings and furnishings, from  King size 2000 pocket sprung beds, Egyptian cotton linen, smart  tvs, free wifi, usb ports, complimentary toiletries from Arran Aromatics,  powerful hairdriers, to fully fitted kitchens with fresh coffee machines and microwave ovens.

All utilities, toiletries, towels, welcome pack and wifi are included.


  • Free Parking
  • Free WI-FI
  • Business Travellers
  • Great for Couples
  • Linen Provided
  • Crockery Provided

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  • Luxury Accommodation

    In a land once home to Kings and Queens our luxury accommodation will leave you feeling like royalty. Stay at one of our top hotels including Inglewood House and Spa, the Doubletree by Hilton Dunblane Hydro or Cromlix – all offering large comfortable beds, relaxing leisure facilities, delectable dining options and impeccable service.

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  • Stirling City Breaks

    With a city break in Stirling you can enjoy the best of both worlds. Our historic Old Town boasts the finest concentration of historic buildings in Scotland. Look out for the beautifully preserved medieval and renaissance churches and mansions including the Argyll’s Lodging. Of course – there’s also the splendour of Stirling Castle and the world famous Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Museum. It’s certainly worth going on a Stirling Walking Tour to really appreciate the wonders of Stirling’s Old Town.

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