Welcome to Forth Guest House in Stirling
At Forth Guest House, enjoy FREE BREAKFAST, WI-FI AND CAR PARKING at Stirling’s best situated Georgian (circa 1825) B&B. Just 100 metres from the town centre, 200 metres from bus / rail stations and 15 minutes walk to Stirling castle.
Forth Guest House offers a selection of well appointed double, twin, family and single en-suite accommodation, which are equipped with the latest flat screen digital televisions, hairdryers and complimentary hospitality trays for comfort and convenience. All rooms have wireless internet access.
Ironing facilities are also available.
For business guests:- All Stirling’s business parks are a short drive away. Back O Hill, Bandeath, Broadleys, Castle Business Park, Dunlane, Laurelhill, Springkerse industrial estate, STEP and Stirling University Innovation Park.
Breakfast.Please read our Taste Our Best provenance statement.
NO INCONVENIENCE OF ORDERING YOUR BREAKFAST THE NIGHT BEFORE.
At Forth Guest House breakfast can be tailored to suit the individual with a choice from our menu to start your day and served in our elegant breakfast room. Enjoy a relaxed breakfast served on fine bone china crockery in our elegant breakfast room from 8 – 9am. Earlier breakfasts can be provided on request. Please do not hesitate to mention any additional dietary requirements.
After breakfast or in the evening why not enjoy a walk alongside the River Forth which is just 100 metres from our door.
Tired of driving? Then leave the car in our private car park and take the train or bus. From Stirling by train, you can be in Glasgow in 45 minutes, Perth and Edinburgh in 1 hour and Aberdeen and Inverness in little over 2 hours.
What is a B&B?:
Bed and breakfast: A private residence, several rooms of which are set aside for overnight guests whose paid accommodation includes breakfast. The American Heritage Dictionaries.
Also, B and B, B&B. A hotel or other hostelry that offers a room for the night and a morning meal at an inclusive price. For example, staying at a bed and breakfast meant never having to plan morning meals. This term and the practice originated in Britain and have become widespread. [Early 1900s] Houghton Mifflin Company.