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Walmer Hotel
90 Henderson Street
Bridge of Allan

Stirling
Stirlingshire

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The Walmer Hotel is easily found, lying just off the M9 in Bridge of Allan, near Stirling. Bridge of Allan is a picturesque village, steeped in history about 3 miles from Stirling and within walking distance of many Stirling tourist attractions such as the William Wallace monument, that shadows the University of Stirling. Bridge of Allan is a famous historic spa town that has developed over many generations into a unique Scottish village that tourists visit from all over the world throughout the year. As a result of this, Bridge of Allan has much to offer tourists in terms of a great choice of restaurants, pubs, bars and cafes to suit all tastes. You will find the Walmer hotel a comfortable haven in the heart of Scotland, offering friendly and accommodating service at cheap hotel rates. The hotel has been managed and owned by Jan & Claudio's family for over 10 years and has an excellent authentic Italian restaurant as part of the special appeal of this well frequented hotel and restaurant. The Walmer Hotel lounge area has recently been refurbished with authentic Italian designer furniture that add to the experience of your visit.

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