Linden Guest House

22 Linden Ave., Stirling, United Kingdom
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Forum Posts

Rice Milk

by lor.strom

Will I be able to purchase rice milk in Stirling?

Re: Rice Milk

by leics

There are two health food shops (which will probably stock it, but cannot be absolutely defiinite):

Holland and Barrett in the Thistles shopping centre.

Stirling Health Food Store at 29 Dumbarton Rd

Travel Tips for Stirling

Daffodils

by zizkov

If you are arriving by road from the south in springtime, you may see this fine display of daffodils by the dual carriageway, about a mile from the city centre.

When they are in bloom, I always think it is the sign that spring is really here.

Doune Castle

by kevarms

Best known for the movie 'Monty Python and the Holy Grail' Doune Castle is well worth a visit in it's own right. Unlike Stirling Castle, this 14th Century fortification is largely preserved in it's original state, the only major addition being a Victorian era roof.
From Stirling take the bus to Doune (destination:Callendar) which stops in the centre of the village. From there it's a short walk to the castle.

The Pineapple

by margaretvn

If you cross the Kincardine Bridge and head towards Stirling on the A905 you will come across a National Trust sign for The Pineapple in Airth. It is a little way off the road but to stop and look at the unusual building and garden - it is worth a few minutes detour.
it was built in 1761 as a garden retreat. IThe building was on the estate of the 4th earl of Dunmore, John Murray. At the time it was built the pineapple was a rare delicacy and also a symbol of wealth. The pineapple is 23 metres high and delicately carved. There is a walled garden with an orchard of crab-apples. you can also walk through the woodland that surrounds the pineapple. There is also a path from the car park that takes you to a pond with a viewing platform.... in the pond are rare great crested newts (we did not see them).
There is an honesty box to pay for your visit.

Bannockburn

by KennetRose

On 23-24 June, 1314, the forces of King Robert I (the Bruce - he of the spider) of Scotland and Edward II of England met here. The Scottish forces won a decisive victory, and the year 1314 is as significant to Scots as 1066 is to the English.

Sentiment and history aside, the place is disappointing, just a grassy field, but the mounted statue of the Bruce is impressive.

Monument tower

by Josh82

There are two monuments which you see immediately when you approach Stirling ; Stirling castle and the Wallace monument.

The tower is situated at a hill and offers a nice panorama.

So, if you do not like hills and stairs, don't bother. To get to the entrance, you need to climb some metres. Once you have entered the tower, you have many steps to go. (246)

Inside, you will find some rooms on different levels with exhibitions explaining Scotland's history and culture. And of course, you can buy Scottish souvenirs.

The tower rewards your exercise. From the tower you have a good view on the mountains, Stirling and its castle.

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