Golden Lion Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Lion Hotel Stirling
We spent the first night of our trip through Scotland here. It's very clean, the staff helpful and friendly and our room nice. It's an easy walk from the train station even with luggage.
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... on our entire trip. It was a drive right out of a movie. We finally got to our hotel and unloaded our stuff and headed up to our room. We were a bit tired so we decided to just hit the hotel restaurant for dinner. Mom had salmon and it was delicious, according to her. Mom and Sam tried haggis, it was an acquired taste. As for me, I was not feeling very adventurous. After a good dinner, we went to our rooms and headed to ...
... it was. It was a very interesting, and much different then what I was used to service. Afterwards we met up with Nadine and headed to the National Scottish Museum for a few hours. It was really cool. I could have spent much longer in there then we actually did. Then we decided to get lunch at the Famous Frankenstein Pub. It was actually pretty cool inside. I ordered Haggis, although I really didn't like it. I could not get over the idea that I felt like I ...
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