Situated just outside Stirling, you’ll find the pretty little town of Dunblane. Here you can explore the great outdoors, discover a world of history, and experience wild days out.
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Walking and cycling
Dunblane is home to many scenic walks and cycling routes. Breathe in the fresh countryside air and discover views along the Allan Water.
Tee off at the historic championship golf course Gleneagles – only 13 miles from the hotel. For something a little closer, Dunblane Golf Course is just a five-minute walk from the hotel.
Visit Scotland’s National Motorsport Centre and let loose on an adrenaline filled driving experience. You’ll find track days, motorsport events, go-karting, and more.
Find your catch of the day at Orchill Trout Fishery. This old estate water is quiet and picturesque.
Take a drive through Callander and Aberfoyle, around the Lake of Menteith.
Take a trip to Standing Waves in Callander. This is one of Scotland’s oldest kayak and canoe centres.
Enjoy horse riding and trekking at Rednock Farm. Unforgettable experiences await with routes available for the whole family.
Blair Drummond Safari
Scotland’s safari park is home to over 350 rare and exotic animals. Meet Scotland’s only giraffes, experience the sea lion presentation, and take a boat trip to Chimp Island.
Andy Murray's post box
Take a photo beside Andy Murray’s famous gold post box. The post box was painted gold by Royal Mail in tribute to Murray winning a gold medal in the 2012 London Olympics.
The castle’s long, turbulent history is associated with legendary figures from Scotland’s past, such as William Wallace, Robert the Bruce, and Mary Queen of Scots.
Classic car hire
Hire a classic car and tour Scotland in style with Caledonian Classic Car Hire. Journey through the twist and turns while taking in views of vast lochs, beautiful glens, and amazing greenery.
Standing tall and proud outside the town of Stirling, the Wallace Monument overlooks the scene of Scotland’s victory at The Battle of Stirling Bridge.
Nick Nairn Cook School
Have a truly fantastic day out with our Michelin star celebrity chef Nick Nairn.
Local whisky distilleries, such as Deanston, Tullibardine, and Glengoyne, offer fascinating insights into the world of Scotland’s most famous export.
The Thistle Centre in Stirling is a haven for shoppers with over 70 shops. There’s even an underground 16th century jail offering a fascinating insight into local history.