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We are set in landscaped gardens on the outskirts of Grangemouth and Falkirk. We have the look and feel of a country house hotel, but are only minutes from Stirling and very close to the motorway, taking you to Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Additionally, the main business area of Grangemouth is very close - but not so close you can see it! Edinburgh Airport is only 20 minutes away, with Glasgow Airport being a 45 minute drive from us.

We are an ideal base for exploring the Central belt of Scotland, you can easily access the cities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling or the banks of Loch Lomond - gateway to the Highlands!

Grange Manor Hotel Accommodation

We are a 36-bedroomed 4 star hotel. Our rooms are well equipped with all of the amenities you would expect - with complimentary WI-FI throughout. En-suite, good-sized double bedrooms - all the same with colour television and satellite connections, direct dial telephone, work areas, trouser press, iron and ironing board, hairdryer and hospitality tray.

We offer two specially adapted rooms, adjoining rooms and family rooms. In the original house we offer 6 feature rooms for you, with many unusual and traditional features, these rooms are larger and can be ideal for that special occasion.

We also offer a variety of short break packages ranging from golf, theatre, local attractions or just a quiet mini break. We have the knowledge to organise a fun-filled break for you!

Food and Drink at the Grange Manor Hotel
Here at the Grange Manor we have a passionate brigade of Chefs. We pay as much attention to a freshly made piece of buttery, crumbly shortbread as we do for the most memorable day of your life - your wedding day.

Le Chardon is fantastic for a traditional family get-together or a private client event, we have looked after many a christening and retiral dinner. You may be entertaining a client and wish for privacy and high-end service, please call us. We open Le Chardon every Friday and Saturday for residents and non-residents and through the rest of the week the restaurant opens by appointment only.

Come and celebrate the special days in life.

Afternoon Tea Now Available
Enjoy a traditional cream tea, served daily from 1.00pm until 5.00pm. Large tables can be accommodated, booking is essential.

Wallaces Bar & Restaurant
We are very lucky to be able to offer you our informal and very popular Bistro. Wallace's is available for groups and special occasions.

Conference Facilities at the Grange Manor Hotel
We offer 5 conference rooms, accommodating from an interview 1:1 scenario to a formal board meeting or to company presentations for up to 160 delegates.

We are experienced in delivering a range of events and can support your event with administration assistance, A.V. technicians and of course the organizational support of our dedicated events co-ordinater.

Lunch? Whatever you need....from a working buffet selection to a networking lunch designed to relax and refresh your delegates.

Awaydays are very popular - using our dedicated Boardroom space your senior team can concentrate on business and getting results.

Private Function
Special Days - Celebrate With Us Anniversaries, Christenings, Naming Ceremonies, Retirals, Formal Association Dinners, Birthdays, Funerals, Proms, Graduations, Reunions, High Teas.
Need we say more....?

Let us know what you want and we will put together your event - formal with the assistance of an MC or an informal gathering where we leave you alone!

ABC Events is delighted to be associated with the Grange Manor, and are proud to supply this fine hotel with a full range of event equipment and accessories. By choosing the Grange Manor and ABC Events, you're onto a winning combination...

The Grange Manor is the place to come for your Special Day...excellent venue, friendly staff and service that will exceed your expectations.

Only a short drive from both Edinburgh and Glasgow and only minutes from Falkirk, Stirling and West Lothian there is not a more unique venue in the Central Belt to celebrate your Special Day.
We guarantee your Wedding will be our only one on that specific day, so you have no worries about seeing any other Bride...the day is yours!

With our hassle and stress free packages we do all the work for you, so there is no need to look for Stunning Cakes, Luxury Cars, Fabulous Flowers, Elegant Chair Covers or even that excellent DJ, we have it all covered.

So why not come along and view our excellent facilities and see for yourself. We have an excellent team of Wedding Specialists ready and waiting to help.

Elegant Function Suites set up for your Magical Day!
Receive the red carpet treatment, Champagne and canapes and meet our Wedding suppliers. Special Wedding Packages on offer during the day.

Our Area
Draw a circle round Glasgow, Edinburgh and Perth, and Grangemouth will be at the centre of it. That's why the Grange Manor makes an excellent base for exploring the scenic and historic heart of Scotland.
Start on our doorstep at Falkirk...

Or head for Stirling, the heritage capital of Scotland...
For city slickers, two of the best in the world are just along the road from The Grange Manor - Glasgow and

Loch Lomond: Probably the most famous body of water in the world. There is also the National Wallace Monument. Climb the tower and take in one of the finest views in Scotland.

Of course, Scotland is also the home of golf. If you would like to say you've played a round where it all began, the Old Course at St Andrews is just over an hour from the hotel. The championship course at Gleneagles is also well within range. Other excellent courses in the area include Glenbervie and Tulliallan. We'll be happy to give you directions.

The Falkirk Wheel
A recent "must see" - The World's first and only rotating boat lift. This modern and innovative structure, standing some 115 feet high, replaces 11 locks of canal travel of yesteryear which took a full day of a boatman's time to negotiate - now some 30/40 minutes.

The Antonine Wall
A 2nd century ruin marking the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire. They actually only stayed about 20 years before abandoning their fortresses to the blue-painted pictures - you can see the wall best at Kinneil Estate, which literally means 'wall's end'.

Callander House
Once the home of the Jacobean Livingston clan, has a fascinating recreation of life 'below stairs' in their Georgian kitchens.

Blackness Castle
A moody, atmospheric 15th century castle overlooking the Firth of Forth - when Mel Gibson used it as a movie set a few years back, this time it was Hamlet, not Braveheart.

Linlithgow Palace
About 15 miles from the hotel, a splendid 15th century ruin, and the birthplace of Mary, Queen of Scots.

Stirling Castle
Set on a high rocky outcrop, is considered by many to be Scotland's grandest castle - many displays and a medieval kitchen reconstruction.

Church of the Holy Rude
Just down from the Castle, was the site of the coronation of Mary Queen of Scots' son, the infant King James VI ( later James I of England) in 1567.

Old Town Jail
St John Street, features living history performances.

Wallace Monument
Abbey Craig, 1 mile northeast of Stirling, the nation's homage to William (Braveheart) Wallace. Climb the 222 ft Victorian tower, catch your breath, then have it taken again by one of the finest views in Scotland. Interactive displays, plus Wallace's two-handed broadsword.

Bannockburn Heritage Centre and Battlesite
A National Trust for Scotland site near Stirling. Social history displays and AV recreation of the famous battle in which Robert the Bruce defeated the English in 1314.

Scotland's largest city, is a treasure chest of things to do. With arguably the best shopping in the UK outside of London, it's also got some of the world's most spectacular museums and galleries.

For example, The Burrell Collection, Museum of Transport and The Lighthouse which opened as a gallery in 1999,and is an imaginative restoration of one of the architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh's most fascinating buildings.

Scotland's capital, attracts tourists from the world over, drawn to its special mix of ancient and modern. Princes Street must be experienced.

Edinburgh International Festival & Fringe
Every August (3 - 25 Aug 2008). During that time (1-23 Aug 2008) the famous Military Tattoo is performed nightly on the Esplanade beneath.

Edinburgh Castle
Seeped in hundreds of years of history and home of the Scottish Crown Jewels.

Loch Lomond
Probably the most famous body of water in the world and certainly one of the most beautiful, Loch Lomond is where highlands meet lowlands and the contrast is most dramatic. With Ben Lomond towering over the northern-most stretch of the loch, there are numerous opportunities for water sports and picnicking.

Year round boat trips can be arranged at Balloch. The area has recently been created a National Park.

National Wallace Monument
William Wallace - Scotland's Braveheart - had his greatest victory at Stirling Bridge, where in 1297 he led his men against the English army of Edward I and drove them from Scotland, inflicting a devastating raid on the north of England as he chased them home. In retaliation, the following year, Edward invaded Scotland and this time the Scots were crushed at Falkirk.

Wallace escaped to France where he tried unsuccessfully to enlist support for the Scottish cause. He returned and was arrested in 1305 near Glasgow. In London, he was hanged, drawn and quartered and, alas, only two-quarters of Scotland's greatest patriot ever made it back to his native land (to Stirling and Perth, to be precise).

The National Wallace Monument can be found at: Abbey Craig, 1 mile northeast of Stirling. Climb the 222 ft tower, catch your breath, then have it taken again by one of the finest views in Scotland. Interactive displays, plus Wallace's two-handed broadsword.

Take exit 6 (travelling east) or exit 5 (travelling west) off the M9 for the Grange Manor, located on the outskirts of Grangemouth.

Email Grange Manor Hotel enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com