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Gladstone, Kings Park, Stirling, Scotland

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Historical Luxury

  • Sleeps up to 10
  • Short Breaks
  • Barbeque
  • Digital TV / Audio
  • Garden / Terrace
  • Log Fire / Stove
  • WIFI

Gladstone – Large Victorian Self Catering Rental Property in Stirling

Gladstone – SLEEPS: 8 + 2.

Gladstone is an impressive “Grade C” listed Victorian sandstone home that occupies the ground and first floors of a semi-detached property located in the heart of the prestigious Kings Park area of Stirling City Centre. Gladstone can comfortably accommodate up to 10 people.

AT A GLANCE:

Sleeps 8 + 2 people

Freeview TV

Pay and Display on street parking

This 4 bedroom property is immaculately presented; beautifully decorated in stylish neutral tones and boasts many original period features, including original fireplaces with log burning stoves, decorative plaster work, high ceilings and box bay windows with ornate glass etching. Detailed information

Guests Comments

“Great location for exploring the south of Scotland. Stirling Self Catering were excellent – making us feel very welcome and dealing with matters very efficiently. Thoroughly recommended.”

“Stirling is ideally placed for visiting many of the attractions in Scotland; we took the train to Linlithgow and went round the palace; Glasgow and Edinburgh are easily accessible by train or car, and Stirling Castle is well worth a visit.”

Location

Gladstone is ideally located to explore the local area, one which combines both outstanding natural beauty with a unique local history. Within a short driving distance you will also be able to sample Scotland’s magnificent Highland scenery and hospitality before returning home to the comfort of your accommodation in Stirling.

The City, and former Ancient Burgh, of Stirling is clustered around a large fortress and medieval Old Town, known locally as the Top of the Toon, beside the River Forth. Historically it was strategically important as the ‘Gateway to the Highlands’ with its position near the boundary between the Scottish Lowlands and Highlands and its crossing of the Forth, the nearest to the river mouth.

The historic Battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297, Battle of Bannockburn in 1314 and Battle of Sherriffmuir in 1715 all helped to shape the history of Scotland and these sites can easily be visited from this property.

 

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