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Welcome to Broomhall Castle

Address: Long Row, Menstrie, Alloa, FK11 7EA

Telephone: 01259 763360 01259 763360

Hotel Description

Broomhall Castle is situated in a fine position on the slopes of the Ochil Hills overlooking Menstrie Village in Clackmannnshire. The views to the South East and West are extensive as far as the Firth of Forth, Stirling and Beyond. Broomhall Castle was purchased by the current family in December 2003 and is now operating as a Small Hotel, Restaurant and Wedding Venue. The resident owners assure you of a warm and friendly stay in a unique setting. We will endeavour to ensure your requirements are always met whether it be breakfast, lunch or a formal evening meal. Special events catered for. Broomhall is well situated for access to Stirling, only 5 miles; Edinburgh via the M9 (37 miles) and Glasgow via the A80

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  • Conference Facilities
  • Parking Facilities
  • Free Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Golf Course Nearby
  • Family Rooms
  • Bridal Suite
  • Internet Services
  • Wifi Available
  • Luxury Accommodation
  • Vegetarian Food Available
  • Wedding Functions
  • Romantic Breaks
  • Walking Holidays

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Wallace Monument - Landmark

Wallace Monument - Landmark

Distance 2.88 miles (4.62 km)
The Wallace Monument is a tower standing on the summit of Abbey Craig, a hilltop near Stirling in Scotland. It commemorates Sir William Wallace, the 13th century Scottish hero.
The tower was constructed following a fundraising campaign, which accompanied a resurgence of Scottish national identity in the 19th century. In addition to public subscription, it was partially funded by contributions from a number of foreign donors, including Italian national leader Giuseppe Garibaldi. Completed in 1869 to the designs of architect John Thomas Rochead at a cost of 18,000, the monument is a 67-metre (220 ft) sandstone tower, built in the Victorian Gothic style. It stands on the Abbey Craig, a volcanic crag above Cambuskenneth Abbey, from which Wallace was said to have watched the gathering of the army of King Edward I of England, just before the Battle of Stirling Bridge.
The monument is open to the general public. Visitors climb the 246 step spiral staircase to the viewing gallery inside the monument's crown, which provides expansive views of the Ochil Hills and the Forth Valley.
A number of artifacts believed to have belonged to Wallace are on display inside the monument, including the Wallace Sword, a 1.68-metre (5 ft, 6 in) long claymore. Inside is also a Hall of Heroes, a series of busts of famous Scots, effectively a small national Hall of Fame.

University of Stirling - University

University of Stirling - University

Distance 3.06 miles (4.89 km)
The University of Stirling, a public university, was established in 1967. It is located in Stirling, Scotland and comprises of nearly 9,440 students. The University is academically organized into 19 departments which are accounting and finance, applied social science, aquaculture, biological and environmental sciences, computing science and mathematics, economics, education, English, film and media studies, history, languages, culture and religion, law, management, marketing, nursing and midwifery, philosophy, politics, psychology and sports studies.

Alloa Tower - Clackmannanshire - Historical Houses

Alloa Tower - Clackmannanshire - Historical Houses

Distance 3.69 miles (5.91 km)
Alloa Tower, the largest surviving keep in Scotland, dates from the 14th century. It was home to successive generations of the Earls of Mar, who played host to and were guardians of many Scots monarchs. Here, Mary, Queen of Scots was reconciled with Darnley and granted the 5th Lord Erskine the much-coveted earldom in 1565. One tradition holds that Mary's infant son, later James VI and I, died here and was replaced by the baby son of the Earl of Mar. The Tower has seen six major alterations, the most dramatic being the sweeping Italianate staircase and dome added in the early 1700s by the 6th Earl of Mar. But it still retains original medieval features such as the dungeon, first-floor well and magnificent roof timbers.