The Willy Wallace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Willy Wallace Stirling
Hostel right in the middle of town, so very convenient location, and very cheap.
Met some really nice people, and because its a town hostel, from vary different situations.
There is some space for motorbikes across the road, and room for bicycles in the lobby.
Overall a nice stay, so give it a try
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