21,000+ quality-checked cottages 30+ years of cottage holidays 98% would book again No credit card fees New home of cottages4you 21,000+ quality-checked cottages 98% would book again 30+ years of cottage holidays No credit card fees New home of cottages4you
Shortlist
You can view or make payments on your booking by clicking here x.

Stirlingshire

Stirlingshire straddles Scotland’s central belt with Edinburgh to the south east and Glasgow to the south west, it includes a beautifully varied rural landscape that extends into the western fringes of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.

This is an area where Scotland’s history was made and the ancient city of Stirling was at the centre of it. Stirling was Scotland’s heritage capital and the scene of wars of independence, the place where for 300 hundred years the monarchs of Scotland ruled.

You can sense the historical significant of this city when you see the magnificent Stirling castle in its dominant cliff-top position. Stirling’s old town contains the busy city centre and has many historical buildings including beautifully preserved mansion houses, renaissance period and medieval churches.

One of Scotland’s most famous battles was fought at nearby Stirling Bridge which is commemorated by the towering National Wallace Monument, rising 220 feet and with views extending to Loch Lomond to the west and the Forth Bridge to the east.

The Forth Valley is home a number of rural villages and towns including Aberfoyle, in the beautiful Queen Elizabeth Forest Park on the banks of the Forth River. Also handily place for the Forest Park is Callendar, a busy tourist town with plenty of amenities and is situated where the lowlands meet the highlands. It has a riverside location and was also famous as the location of the BBC series Doctor Findlay’s Case Book (for those who can remember). Dunblane a few miles north of Stirling, is an ancient town that was first established in 602 and became an important ecclesiastical centre in Scotland.

To the east of Stirling The Clackmannanshire Tower Trail takes in some wonderful historical sites such as Alloa Tower dating to the 14th century now fully restored and is Scotland’s largest surviving keep, Castle Campbell (also known as Castle of Glooms) and Menstrie Castle where the first Earl of Stirling was born.

Stirlingshire’s central position makes this region ideal for getting around central Scotland; to the west lays the stunning and beautiful Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and Loch Katrine and to the east is Edinburgh and the Firth of Forth.

Take a look at our selection of holiday cottages in Stirlingshire today.
Add a date to get better results
default
Give your search a reference name and save it for later.
Save your search
  • Gartmore near Aberfoyle,
    Gartmore near Aberfoyle, ×

    Craigview Cottage

    Gartmore near Aberfoyle,

    11
    6
    3
    2
    Ref: CC523163
    Key Features:
    - Enclosed Garden / Patio - Pub within 1 mile - Pets go free - Detached Property - Garden / Patio - Rural Location - Open Fire
    A large, detached cottage within the stunning Gartmore Estate, 75 acres of land with views that stretch 25 miles to Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument.
    0
    Pets included
    Pets go free
    Prices from

    Accommodation at

  • Alloa, near Stirling, Stirlingshire
    Alloa, near Stirling, Stirlingshire×

    Orchard Lodge

    Alloa, near Stirling, Stirlingshire

    14
    7
    7
    3
    Ref: UXR
    Key Features:
    - Wifi - Car parking on site - Pets go free - Detached Property - Garden / Patio
    Boasting seven bedrooms, each with en-suite facilities, this large property is a fantastic holiday base for large groups or families to enjoy. Boasting seven bedrooms, each with en-suite facilities, this large property is a fantastic holiday base for large groups or families to enjoy.
    0
    Pets included
    Pets go free
    Prices from

    Accommodation at

  • Killin, Stirlingshire
    Killin, Stirlingshire×
    Newly listed
    Tayview

    Tayview

    Killin, Stirlingshire

    16
    8
    5
    0
    Ref: UK5370
    Key Features:
    - Wifi - Car parking on site - Pub within 1 mile - Detached Property - Garden / Patio - Woodburning Stove
    Tayview is perfect for a short break and ideal for a large family wanting a break in this picturesque village in Stirlingshire.
    0
    Pets included
    Pets go free
    Prices from

    Accommodation at

Subscribe to our latest deals & offers

×