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Inns in Tillicoultry

Bridge Inn
1 High Street

FK13 6AA | View map

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It is always a pleasure to see old friends again and to welcome new visitors to our comfortable Inn with 9 newly refurbished en suite rooms enjoying the dramatic and beautiful scenery of the Ochil Hills. Set in the picturesque wee county of Clackmannanshire, Tillicoultry is close to Stirling; its magnificent Castle and the incredible Wallace Monument, and nearby to so many beauty spots and historic places of interest. For business users, "Tilly" is close to all the central belt's main towns and cities and less than an hour from Edinburgh centre and the airport. Fully modernised with flat screen tvs in the bedrooms and wi fi access, the Inn has lost none of its rustic atmosphere and charm and has been described as "a wee gem at the foot of the Tilly Glen". Easy to find but hard to forget, we trust your visit or stay with us will be a memorable one and won’t be long before its "Haste ye Back". two private function rooms maximum 40 and 100 menus for any budget discussed personally 3 family rooms / doubles / twins 2 twin 5 doubles double and twin also for single occupancy at reduced rate always happy to quote for regular and group bookings eg. contracts, sales execs, weddings, private functions, long stays, always pleased to facilitate early / late arrivals; and the same for breakfasts / dinners. (By prior agreement) Between our Olde Worlde lounge, bar, and carvery restaurant, we have the cure for any thirst or hunger with a fine selection of ales, wines, malts and freshly prepared meals served all day from 12 to 9.30pm. Definitely not "a bridge too far" it is always advisable to phone and book your preferred time for the carvery restaurant, or for your accommodation needs as often, especially weekends, there is "no room at the inn"!

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