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Hillhead Farm Lets
Hillhead Farm
Pirnhall Road
Bannockburn

Stirling
Stirlingshire

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Hillhead Farm Lets provide three luxury rooms which have been converted from a traditional Scottish farm steading in June 2010. The rooms have been finished to a very high standard and are set around a traditional Scottish cottage garden with panoramic views towards Stirling Castle, the Wallace Monument and the Field of Bannockburn. We are located in the countryside close to the historical town of Bannockburn, within walking distance of the Bannockburn Battlefield site where Robert the Bruce defeated the English armies in 1314. Our luxury rooms are perfect for business or for holiday accommodation. All of our rooms include: Parking and parking for disabled Flat Screen Televisons with Freeview TV Free Broadband Hairdryer Complimentary Tea and Coffee All rooms en-suite Please note that we offer room only, but we can arrange an "all you can eat" breakfast (continental or Scottish breakfast) at the Pirnhall Brewers Fayre, which is less than a minute walk from our rooms.They start serving breakfast at 7am. Hillhead Farm is situated in the heart of Scotland. We are less than a minute from motorway links to Glasgow, Edinburgh, north to Perth and the Scottish highlands. We are 30 minutes drive from Edinburgh Airport and 45 minutes from Glasgow Airport. We are surrounded by Scottish history. We are also ideally located for golfing breaks and there is over 60 top quality golf courses with one hour's drive of our location. Book now for a short stay in our luxury self catering accommodation which is suitable for business or holiday accommodation.

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