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Royal Hotel & Lodge
55 & 103 Henderson Street
Bridge of Allan
Stirlingshire

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Amid the historic surroundings of Bridge of Allan, near Stirling, the Royal Hotel and its adjacent lodge between them offer en suite rooms, a bar, a restaurant and events facilities.
The ideal location for business and leisure, the hotel is just 30 minutes from Glasgow and 40 from Edinburgh. The Royal Hotel is an excellent base for touring Stirling and the Trossachs.

All of the rooms are decorated to the highest standards, in keeping with the Victorian charm of this magnificent listed building. Please note that some rooms may be located in the lodge, situated 275 metres from the main hotel. The Royal is proud to present a new grill restaurant, featuring the best steaks to be found in the area. Many weeks were spent sourcing the very best of local produce to ensure that the quality of food served to you is second to none.

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Number of Rooms: 43
Number Ensuite: 43
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