The Riverside Pub, Kitchen & Coffee House
Perched above the banks of the River Allan (Allan Water) this cracking little pub and restaurant, couldn’t be better situated. Restored and refurbished with the greatest of care and attention, the Riverside Pub, Kitchen and Coffee House really doesn’t disappoint. Having featured one of their other venues in Stirling, the owners have gone all out to give each and every one of their visitors, a first class yet affordable experience. So, whether your in their for lunch, dinner or a relaxing cup of coffee with a slice of their home baked cakes, the Riverside is a fine example of the type of pub that the British Isles is world famous for. Both the Riverside pub and it’s sister pub, the Allan Park, both do a Sunday lunch which is by all local accounts, unrivalled and all at a very affordable price, which in this day and age, is very rare indeed.- Top 100 Review
Dunblane, Stirlingshire , FK15 9EP
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Briarlands Farm Park
With spanning four well sized regions, this chapter has a number of attractions split between all four regions, however, I can only feature a small number from each.
Tullibardine Distillery & Visitor Centre
Tullibardine Distillery and it’s team of experienced tour guides are here to welcome you with open arms and not because it’s their job to do so, but because
Castlecroft Bed & Breakfast
Perched perfectly on one of the highest vistas in Stirling, sits this award winning Bed & Breakfast that in my opinion, sets the bar within Scottish B&B’s.
Forth Guest House
Based in the heart of Stirling itself, lies this sleepy, yet charming little guest house. Ran by Jim James, this accommodation has lots to offer all of its visitors