Book one of our boldbegin Stirling, Falkirk and Dunblane hotels boldend and discover an eclectic mix of Scottish culture, heritage and history. newparagraph <br />From Scotland’s youngest city, Stirling and its old town feel, to Falkirk and its boldbegin 15th century Blackness Castle boldend , and not forgetting the hometown of Scottish professional tennis player, Andy Murray – all three destinations offer a variety of things to see and do. <br /> bulletbegin With a large fortress and medieval old-town, boldbegin Stirling boldend offers visitors a unique and fascinating city break in Scotland. Head to Stirling Castle for panoramic views of the River Forth and the boldbegin National Wallace Monument boldend , as well as boldbegin Loch Lomond boldend and boldbegin The Trossachs National Park. boldend bulletend <br /> bulletbegin Set between Edinburgh and Glasgow, the town of boldbegin Falkirk boldend is bustling with both historic tales and an engineering masterpiece. Visit the giant boldbegin Falkirk Wheel boldend standing at 115ft tall, see the 2nd century Roman boldbegin Antonine Wall boldend , or visit the impressive boldbegin Callendar House boldend to see how the Victorians of Scotland lived. bulletend <br /> bulletbegin A small and picturesque town north of Stirling, boldbegin Dunblane boldend is charming destination boasting a magnificent boldbegin 13th century gothic Cathedral boldend , the boldbegin oldest library in Scotland boldend complete with more than 4000 books, and of course, boldbegin Andy Murrays Gold Post Box. boldend bulletend <br />When booking your next short break to Scotland, be sure to choose one of our boldbegin Stirling, Falkirk or Dunblane hotels boldend and discover some of the areas much-loved attractions.