Welcome to Cressington Bed and Breakfast Stirling Scotland

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Stirling hotelCressington is situated between old Stirling Bridge and the Wallace Monument (which commemorates the infamous Scotsman portrayed by Hollywood in Braveheart).
The university and town centre of both Stirling and Bridge of Allan are close by.

Built in 1901 for a Glasgow Ship Chandler this Edwardian House is very deceptive from the outside.
You can see the influence of the Arts and craft movement on the cornice and the banister in the hall.

Cressington Accommodation

Cressington accommodation comprises three bedrooms with en-suite facilities.
This is a central base for touring, business or visiting friends or relations.

Cressington Bed and Breakfast Facilities

No Pets Allowed
No Smoking Permitted
Tea & Coffee Available
Eating Out Facilities within 2 miles
Shop within 2 Miles / Mobile Shop
Vegetarian Meals Available

The Stirling area has a lot to offer If sightseeing is your thing there are 7 battlefields that can be seen from the top of the Wallace Monument, Stirling Castle, the Old Town Jail to start with or if you prefer Shopping, the Thistle Centre of Marches offer undercover "shop till you drop" experience.
Bridge of Allan is more sedate, small exclusive shops.
Foodie's can expect to find anything from Fine dining to friendly cafes and nearly every country represented.
Lochs and Glens are on our doorstep 30 minutes will take you to Callander the Gateway to Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Stirling is ideally situated for exploring the central belt of Scotland and is also affectionately known as the 'Gateway to the Highlands'. Within an hours drive are:
Glasgow and Edinburgh
The Falkirk Wheel

Outdoor activities and sports are well catered for: indoor swimming pool, ice rink, football stadium, cricket pitch, fishing, walking and golf.
You can walk in the rolling hills of the Ochils or for the more adventurous there are the Munros (hills above 3,000ft).


Getting there by Aeroplane

Prestwick has a rail link to Glasgow from Glasgow Queen Street Station to Stirling Station.
Coming from car from Prestwick Airport, motorway or dual carriageway all the way (A/M77) to Glasgow (M9) to Stirling.
1 hours drive from Glasgow Airport on M8 to Stirling.
3/4 hour drive from Edinburgh Airport on M9 to Stirling.

Email Cressington Bed and Breakfast enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com