Golden Lion Hotel Stirling A small part of Scotlands history
If you are ever in the Stirling area of Scotland you must spend at least one night at the Golden Lion Hotel Stirling. This hotel has been open for more than two centuries and is a landmark hotel in the town. Guests of the hotel will be treated like royalty and will want to return time after time. The hotel itself is family owned and operated and provides only the best traditional Scotland hospitality.
All of the sixty-two rooms have been refurbished and are decorated with a modern dcor and style. No matter what has brought you to the area, be it business or pleasure, the Golden Lion Hotel has everything you need for a comfortable and luxurious stay. From the hotel you will be able to see the famous Stirling Castle and you will be just as short walk away from the Monument to William Wallace. Because of its close proximity to many of the towns top attractions, the Golden Lion makes the perfect base for tourists travelling to the area for the first time. The hotel can also be easily accessed from all major highways and is centrally located in Stirling and is only minutes from great shopping centers and restaurants. If you are interested in touring an area outside of Stirling you will be pleased to learn that located close to the hotel you will find Stirlings principal bus and train stations.
When you are making a reservation for a room at the Golden Lion Hotel Stirling you will have a number of rooms to choose from. When you walk into your guest room you are bound to be impressed with how elegantly each room has been decorated and how modern each room is. Each room features a flat screen television with Sky. There a number of rooms that are designated as handicap rooms that have varied layouts and designs and have all of the amenities needed to assist those with disabilities. While there is no internet access provided in each room you can receive free access in many of the hotels public areas.
The Golden Lion Hotel Stirling has both a restaurant and bar on-site. The Library Bar is a favourite for both guests and local residents of the area. In addition to a number of great cocktails and house beers the Library Bar and the adjoining City Brassiere have an extensive wine list from which guests can choose their favourite wine. At the restaurant you will find a great combination between the old world and new and there is something to please everyones taste. The chefs have taken a number of local favourites and have added their own twist to make them modern delicacies. While dining at the restaurant you will feel as if you are part of Scotlands history as a number of famous Scottish poets have dined in the same place as you throughout the course of history. In 1787, Scotlands national poet, Robert Burns stayed at the hotel, ate at the restaurant and it was at this time that he wrote his famous poem Stirling Lines on one of the window panes in one of the public rooms.