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Welcome to Airth Castle Hotel

Address: Airth By Falkirk, Clackmannan, FK2 8JF

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In Falkirk’s countryside, 14th-century Airth Castle Hotel enjoys a peaceful setting. Once owned by the family of Robert the Bruce, it has a luxury spa, an elegant restaurant and stylish rooms. The Castle's former stable block now houses modern guest rooms, some overlooking the courtyard. All rooms have a flat-screen satellite TV, free tea and coffee and ironing facilities. The award-winning spa features a pool, sauna, hot tub, steam room and beauty treatments. The gym equipment includes touch-screen TVs and iPod docks. The Glasshouse Restaurant and Piano Bar serve local, seasonal food beneath a pyramid of glass. The Castle’s Business Lounge offers a light menu and drinks. The Castle Hotel is 30 minutes’ drive from Edinburgh and 45 minutes’ car journey from Glasgow. Historic Stirling, with its Castle and the Wallace Monument, is a 20-minute drive.

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Alloa Tower - Clackmannanshire - Historical Houses

Alloa Tower - Clackmannanshire - Historical Houses

Distance 3.56 miles (5.69 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.