Terraces Hotel

at 4 Melville Terrace, Stirling, FK8 2ND United Kingdom

Terraces Hotel, Stirling, Scotland.


Terraces Hotel
4 Melville Terrace
Stirling FK8 2ND
United Kingdom
Contact Phone
P: 01786 472268
Website

Description

Centrally located in the historic district of Stirling, in a peaceful setting with private free parking. An ideal location as a base from which to explore this ancient city and the many attractions within it and beyond. The hotel is a delightful Georgian, building refurbished in recent years to offer all the comforts required by today's discerning travelers.

How To Get to Terraces Hotel

Nearest mainline train station Stirling within walking distance Stirling bus station within walking distance Excellent road links for all directions.

General Info

18 en-suite bedrooms, 3 course for £10 dining with a well stocked bar. Free car parking and free wi-fi. Extensive conference and banqueting facilities. Civil marriage license holder.

Company Rating

1208 Facebook users were in Terraces Hotel. It's a 16 position in Popularity Rating for companies in Hotel category in Stirling

506 FB users likes Terraces Hotel, set it to 13 position in Likes Rating for Stirling in Hotel category

We are wanting to start doing Tribute nights here at the Terraces, but want to know what you would like to see. From Billy Connelly, to Kylie to Rod Stewart. You name it, we can try and do it. So who would you all like to see?

Published on 2014-07-25 21:25:53 GMT

Almost competition time. With your chance to win 2 places at our next Murder Mystery event. Keep your eyes peeled!

Published on 2014-07-16 19:37:04 GMT

Wow, chef cooking up a storm today, we have fresh homemade Scottish Haggis Ravioli on offer! Come in for our special 3 courses for £10 from 5pm to 7pm

Published on 2014-07-04 13:27:52 GMT

Question 3 coming soon with your chance to win 2 places at our Murder Mystery

Published on 2014-07-17 14:06:06 GMT

Question 2 of 3 - The last public execution in Stirling took place in 1843. Criminals were put in the stocks or pillory. Public hangings were frequent. What street in Stirling did this take place?

Published on 2014-07-17 11:17:55 GMT

Last chance to answer Question 1 of our competition. 2nd Question coming soon.

Published on 2014-07-17 10:46:40 GMT

James II murdered which earl in Stirling Castle in 1452?

Published on 2014-07-17 08:43:15 GMT

Goodmorning everyone. We are running a competition today to win 2 tickets to our very popular Murder Mystery evenings. Question 1 of 3 coming up

Published on 2014-07-17 08:42:46 GMT

Final question. It's a tricky one... In 1304, the English King Edward I besieged the castle with a battery of siege engines. What was the most feared catapult called?