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Grange Manor
Glensburgh
Grangemouth
Stirlingshire

FK3 8XJ | View map
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The Grange Manor has the look and feel of a country house hotel. Just minutes from some of Scotland's leading multinational companies. A favourite with executive travellers and now increasingly the choice of discerning tourists, the hotel features an award winning restaurant - and a warm welcome from the Wallace family who own and manage it personally.

The Grange Manor was built in the late 19th Century for the factor (or agent) to the Earl of Zetland's local estates. The Earl's own house, long since demolished, was just across the way, although the Earl was seldom resident. Whatever happened a hundred years ago, the building's more recent history has been as a hotel. Bill and Jane Wallace bought it in 1993. Over the years, the hotel has been transformed by the addition of a major extension at the rear and, most recently, a complete refurbishment of the bar and restaurant at the front.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 36
Number Ensuite: 36
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Restaurant

Name: Le Chardon
Cuisine: Modern Scottish with a Mediterranean influence
Chef: Chris Draper
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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