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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCastlecroft Stirling
Fantastic bed and breakfast! Laura, the proprietress, is amazing. Her breakfasts are out of this world. She is really great for recommendations of what to do in the area.
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I think people go two ways when it comes to packing: you either love it or hate it. The marmite theory. I hate it. As disorganised and forgetful as I am this never leads to a successfully packed bag with all the things I will need on holiday. Therefore when it comes to packing up half my life for a trip to Australia for a year, I'm not exactly keen. Packing is making this a reality (whereas before it ...
... soggy and cold, but the warmth of the people and the friends we've made are something we haven't experienced in any of the places we've lived. Slowly knowing that we're seeing people for 'the last time' is more and more heartbreaking with every last hug.
As we tie up all of our loose ends, we also wish to tightly tie ourbands of friendship so that they won't loosen with time or distance.
... not a city!" Gave us name of place to eat later when in Oban.
Took A811 over to Stirling - curvy road in country through green fields of sheep & cows, bordered with hedgerows. Rain & sun, sometimes at the same time. LOTS of sheep & lambs!
Got to Stirling around 11 AM & Headed straight to Stirling Castle. Impressive structure with great views. Intierior rooms to tour & large grounds. Tapestry room was ...
... city of hard bitten people, who would smash a glass into your face as soon as look at you. So, warily, Keith in his full walking kit, which stood out as being startlingly different from all the locals at the bar (not to mention the entirely sweat soaked teeshirt which would have given offence in pretty much any pub in the world) went to the bar and ordered the day's special of roast beef with all the trimmings for £4.25. All turned out well and ...
... a night in Llandudno at the Manchester, and had the best dinner yet at St. George's Hotel. The next day we drove to Liverpool, but stopped at Port Meirion on the way. a very pretty little Italian-esque village. The Beatles Story was the reason we stayed in Liverpool, and it was really interesting. We all learned a lot about the Beatles!! Linds and I are now on our own in Edinburgh! Mom and Dad dropped us off at the train station this morning and we got ...