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Falkirk is a town in central Scotland lying to the north west and north east of the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow, respectively. 

The town lies at the junction of the Forth and Clyde Canal and the Union Canal, a location which proved pivotal to the growth of Falkirk as a centre of heavy industry during the Industrial Revolution. In the 18th and 19th Centuries Falkirk was at the centre of a large iron and steel industry, underpinned by the Carron Company which developed close to the town. In the last 50 years or so heavy industry has declined, and the economy of the town has become increasingly services orientated.

Today Falkirk functions as the principal retail and administrative centre for the wider Falkirk Council area. Attractions in and around Falkirk include the Falkirk Wheel, remnants of the Antonine wall and Callendar House.
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Macdonald Inchyra Grange Hotel, Falkirk
Set in a traditional Scottish manor house, the Macdonald Inchyra Grange Hotel enjoys an ideal location at the heart of Central Scotland. Close to attractions such as Stirling Castle and the magnificent Falkirk Wheel, this friendly hotel is perfect for weekend breaks. Get down to business in one of several flexible meeting rooms or hold a conference for up to 750 delegates in one of the largest conference venues in Scotland. Romantic wedding receptions and ceremonies can be held in the elegant Inchyra Suite and the hotel's grounds provide a picturesque location for photographs. Take time out to enjoy our excellent food and drink, extensive leisure facilities and luxurious accommodation.
Kilmarnock is a large burgh in East Ayrshire, Scotland, with a population of 44,170.[1] It is roughly equidistant between Glasgow and Ayr, and is the second largest town in Ayrshire. The River Irvine runs through its eastern section, and the Kilmarnock Water passes through it, giving rise to the name 'Bank Street'
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Howard Park Hotel, Kilmarnock
Situated only five minutes from the center of Kilmarnock and only 20 minutes from the Glasgow city center, the Howard Park Hotel boasts 46 tastefully designed en-suite bedrooms, friendly bars and a coffee shop as well as a well-appointed restaurant. With ample parking and close proximity to the Ayrshire coast, Glasgow and Glasgow Prestwick Airport, and over 20 golf courses including British Open Championship venues Royal Troon, Turnberry and Prestwick Golf Club, the hotel is popular with business guests, golf parties and families alike. If you're frustrated by staying in some modern hotels where breakfast costs extra, you'll be pleased to know that each time you stay at the Howard Park, you'll enjoy a full Scottish breakfast, which is served with a smile. The hotel offers a warm and friendly environment in a quiet location. It's a great base from which to explore what this region of Scotland has to offer. 
Perth is a town and former royal burgh in central Scotland. Sitting on the banks of the River Tay, it is the administrative headquarters of Perth and Kinross council area. According to the 2001 census, its population is 43,450. Perth was a large burgh prior to 1975, and the county town of the county of Perthshire. The name Perth has hence been used for a number of other settlements around the world. The most notable of these is Perth, Western Australia — named such at the wish of Sir George Murray, Secretary of State for War and the Colonies, who was born in Perth. Perth is popularly referred to as The Fair City, although per a redefinition of city status in the United Kingdom, it is no longer officially classed as a city, one of only three places in the UK to have been declassified as a city.
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Quality Hotel Station Perth
Housed in an imposing Victorian building in the city centre, the Quality Hotel Station Perth lies next to the railway station. The hotel offers two dining options:sThe Garden Bar overlooks the two-acre garden and serves a full English breakfast, lunch and dinner daily; the Harling Restaurant provides traditional English cooking via an a la carte menu. Other amenities include an espresso maker, dry cleaning services, self parking onsite and conference rooms for business guests. Guests will also find shops, bars, and restaurants in the city centre, 200 meters from the hotel. A further five miles away are the Caithness Glass manufacturers, Scone Palace and the North Inch Golf Course. Edinburgh Airport is located 28 miles from the hotel. Visitors can take taxis or hire cars from the airport to the hotel. There is also a regular rail service from Edinburgh to Perth. 
Ramada Perth
Formerly a 15th century water-mill, the Ramada Perth hotel is set in the centre of Perth, two miles from the scenic Cherrybank Gardens. Guests can start the day with breakfast in the hotel Laird's Restaurant, In the Arts Bar and Grill restaurant diners can choose from a menu of international dishes throughout the day. The hotel has a selection of three meeting and conference available for hire, complete with a range of business and secretarial services. At the end of the day guests can relax with a drink in hotel's cocktail lounge. There is a wealth of things to see and do away from the hotel including the beautiful scenery and Victorian architecture of Pitlochry is 24 miles from the hotel. Six miles further on from Pitlochry is Blair Atholl Castle with its art and armoury collections. The nearest airport is Edinburgh's, at a distance of 40 miles. 
Stirling is a city and former ancient burgh in Scotland, and is at the heart of the wider Stirling council area. The city is clustered around a large fortress and mediæval old-town beside the River Forth. Historically it was strategically important as the "Gateway to the Highlands", with its position near the boundary between the Scottish Lowlands and Highlands, and its crossing of the Forth, the nearest to the river mouth.

One of the principal royal strongholds of the Kingdom of Scotland, Stirling was created a Royal burgh by King David I in 1130, which it remained until 1975, when the county of Stirlingshire was absorbed into Central Region. In 2002, as part of Queen Elizabeth II's Golden Jubilee, Stirling was granted city status.

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Barceló Stirling Highland Hotel
The Barceló Stirling Highland Hotel is located in the centre of Stirling, Scotland, within 31 miles of Glasgow and 45 miles from Edinburgh. The nearest train station is two miles from the hotel. The boutique Barceló Stirling Highland Hotel is housed in a former 19th-century high school with a listed Victorian façade, and extends to a working observatory at the top of building. At the Bodysense Health and Leisure Club, guests can exercise in the fitness room and squash courts, go for a cooling dip in the indoor pool, and relax in the sauna and steam room and with a range of beauty treatments. Start the day with a complimentary full Scottish breakfast, dine on local and international dishes in the traditional Scholar's Restaurant, and round off the day with a drink it the Headmaster's Study.  Guests of the hotel should check out Stirling Castle, located 600 metres from the hotel, perched on a volcanic crag overlooking the city. The childhood home of Mary Queen of Scots, the castle's Palace Block boasts spectacular Renaissance and late- gothic architecture, and the Great Hall is dominated by two magnificent oriel windows. 
Express By Holiday Inn Stirling
The Express by Holiday Inn hotel is designed to offer comfort and convenience with great hotel accommodation facilities and the perfect location for exploring Central Scotland, Edinburgh and Glasgow. The Trossachs National Park and Loch Lomond are nearby and Stirling itself boasts fascinating sights such as the William Wallace Monument, Stirling Castle and Blair Drummond Safari Park.  Whether you’re on business or pleasure, of all the hotels in Stirling, a stay at Express by Holiday Inn Stirling is a great option. We have 80 air conditioned guestrooms, meeting facilities, a licensed bar, coffee lounge and free parking. We've got everything you need and we'll even throw in complimentary continental breakfast with every room rate!
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