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Tel code: 01324 | code search
Postcode: FK3 | code search
Population: 17500
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Mahratta Restaurant
"This was the best place to visit on my trip to Scotland. This place was friendly, comfortable and the staff service was fantastic. I will go back to the Mahratta ..." More

"On this occasion I thought the staff were really friendly and polite. My meal was delivered fast and was roasting hot thankyou

Date visited: 2/11/12 ..." More

Auld Toon Tavern
"The food in this place is very good and smacks of home cooking. Very tasty and great service . Good menu selection with lots of daily specials.

Date visited: 21st Jan ..." More

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Grangemouth is a town and Scotland’s largest container port situated in the Falkirk region of Scotland sitting at the mouth of the Grange Burn at the junction with the Firth of Forth and the River Carron. The town was known as Sealock until 1752 when it was bought by Sir Laurence Dundas, he planned and developed the industrial town and by 1777 it was an important link terminal between the River Forth and the Clyde Canal to increase the trade with Glasgow. The Caledonian Railway Company took over the docks and canal in 1867 and commissioned the first deep-water oil jetty. Although Grangemouth is dominated with docks, an oil refinery and chemical works, it is still a popular tourist destination and an ideal base for visiting attractions in Falkirk, Glasgow, Livingston and Bo’ness. The town has old fashioned streets and lanes with buildings dating back to the 1800’s including the impressive town hall, in the town centre is the La Port shopping centre with a variety of shops and cafes, there is holiday accommodation, inns, pubs and place to eat out. Attractions include the Zetland Park with its war memorial at the main entrance and the Grangemouth Museum with exhibits of the towns heritage, canal origins and the story of the ‘Charlotte Dundas’ the worlds first canal steamship built in 1802. Boat-trips are offered to explore the Forth, Clyde and Union Canal


Atkinson & Co
Gallacher Financial Services


Dance - Catriona Hogg School of Dance
Yoga - June Mercer


Club Nation


Dental Surgery
Dundas Dental Practice


Bo'ness Road Medical Practice
The Health Centre

Estate Agent

Falkirk For Sale
Marshall Wilson
Tait & Mackenzie

Health and Fitness Club

The Tone Zone

Performing Arts

McKenchnie School Of Dance

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Auld Toon Tavern
La Porte Tavern
New Ship Inn
Pitleoch Arms

Treetops Bar & Lounge


Indian Tease
Mahratta Restaurant
Treetops Bar & Lounge


Beancross Primary School
Bowhouse Primary School
Grangemouth High School
McKenchnie School Of Dance
Moray Primary School


Marshall Wilson


T O A Taxis
Tartan Line Radio Cabs Ltd


David Finlay

Sports Clubs

Bowhouse Table Tennis Club (Table Tennis)


Les Fleurs
Lindsay & Gilmour
John L Barron

The PC Shop
RG Barber Shop
Barrie Food Store
Farmfoods Ltd
W & S Frew
Rowlands Pharmacy

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Leapark Hotel (0.35 miles)

Leapark Hotel

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Ideally situated in the historic port of Grangemouth near to m9 motorway serving Edinburgh, Stirling and Glasgow. An excellent location for business travellers as well as being ideally situated as a ... More

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Grange Manor (1.12 miles)

Grange Manor

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The Grange Manor has the look and feel of a country house hotel. Just minutes from some of Scotland's leading multinational companies. A favourite with executive travellers and now increasingly the ... More | visit website

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Inchyra Grange Hotel (1.48 miles)

Inchyra Grange Hotel
Each of the 98 luxurious bedrooms at The Four Star Macdonald Inchyra Hotel & Spa have been tastefully decorated and designed for relaxation or why not treat yourself to added luxury with an executive superior ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Falkirk East (1.56 miles)

Premier Inn Falkirk East
Beside the M9 and 2 miles east of Falkirk town centre, this Premier Inn offers comfort and convenience about 20 miles from Edinburgh. Premier Inn Falkirk East has free parking and an on-site Brewer's Fayre restaurant ... More | visit website
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Beancross Farm (1.60 miles)

Beancross Farm
The Beancross Restaurant And Hotel is located close to the centre of Falkirk, with easy access to the M9 for Edinburgh or Glasgow. Beancross provides free Wi-Fi and free parking.
All 14 boutique bedrooms have been ... More | visit website
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Ashbank Guest House (2.03 miles)

Ashbank Guest House
Ashbank is a Victorian Cottage with panoramic views over Braveheart country. Cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling easily accessible by train (main line Polmont Station) and by car. Motorway access 5 minutes. Private gardens and ... More | visit website
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Orchard Hotel (2.77 miles)

Orchard Hotel
A Family owned bed and breakfast designed with contractors in mind, the Orchard Hotel is perfect for people working away from home! Situated in the very heart of Falkirk town centre The Orchard Hotel has car ... More | visit website
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Hotel Cladhan (2.81 miles)

Hotel Cladhan

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Set across from Callendar Park, the hotel has every comfort and modern amenity you would expect from a three star hotel. Located in the heart of Central Scotland, this Falkirk hotel ... More

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Premier Inn Falkirk North (3.01 miles)

Premier Inn Falkirk North
Located within easy reach of the M9 junction 7, with easy access to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling. The nearest train station is Larbert 4 miles away. For shops and local amenities Falkirk town centre is ... More | visit website
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Best Western Park Hotel (3.25 miles)

Best Western Park Hotel

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The Best Western Park Hotel is the perfect base whether your visit is business or pleasure - why not make it both? The hotel boasts a large conference centre, 2 ... More

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