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Airth Castle Hotel | Hotel

In a beautiful, peaceful location, in the heart of the Scottish countryside, Airth Castle Hotel offers great leisure and relaxation facilities and comfortable, refurbished accommodation. Once owned by the family of Robert the Bruce, Airth Castle dates back to the 14th century. Today, the castle houses a cocktail bar (open Friday and Saturday evenings only) and 23 bedrooms, including some with 4-poster beds. There are also several function rooms in the main castle, which are ideal for a family dinner or meeting. The castle's former stable block has now been fully refurbished and is now the resort building, boasting 100 comfortable en suite rooms. The building also houses the Stables Bar, the bistro-style Glasshouse Restaurant and a full health and fitness club with swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi, gymnasium and beauty treatments. Weddings are very popular within the castle, with the ceremony taking place in the delightful Wallace Lounge, offering wedding pictures to remember.

Hotel booking InformationHotel Availability

Number of Rooms: 123
Type: Hotel
Rooms from: GBP89

Address

Airth Castle Hotel
Airth By Falkirk


Grangemouth
Falkirk
FK2 8JF

Eating & Drinking

Bar Facililities available
Restaurant available
Room Service available

Transport

Car Parking available (charges apply)
Free Car Parking for guests

Pampering



Massage facilities

Guest Services

Front Desk open 24 hours a day

Sports & Fitness



Sauna
Fitness Room


Jacuzzi




Business Facilities

Meeting and banqueting facilities
Business centre facilities
Internet Services
Fax and Photocopying Services
Wi-Fi Internet available in all or parts of the hotel
Free Wi-Fi Internet available

Family




For guests with disabilities


Airth Castle Hotel

The Restaurant at Airth Castle Hotel









The Bedrooms at Airth Castle Hotel
The Bedrooms at Airth Castle Hotel








 

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