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Ravenswood Guest House
94 Causewayhead Road
Stirling
Stirlingshire

FK9 5HJ | View map
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Ravenswood is a Victorian House which offers bed and breakfast (B&B )in comfortable surroundings. The Guest House is located close to the city centre/train station (5 minute car/bus journey or 15 / 20 minute walk). The B&B offers well appointed comfortable surroundings. Parking at Ravenswood B&B is available to the front of the house and secure parking for motorbikes / bicycles is also available. Breakfast is served each morning in the dining room between 7:45 am and 9:15 am. Guests can choose from fruit salad, cereals, yoghurts, traditional Scottish cooked breakfast, boiled, scrambled or poached eggs. All served with home made bread, fruit juices, tea (including fruit and herbal) and coffee. A vegetarian alternative is available including vegetarian haggis and sausages. Please contact me prior to your stay to discuss any dietary requirements you may have. Breakfasts can also be served earlier if required due to work/travel commitments, again please contact me to request. If you do not have time for breakfast, tell me the night before and ask for a snack pack to take away, consisting of sandwich, apple or banana, packet of crisps, biscuit and can of cola or carton of juice.

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