Forth Guest House

Forth Guest House - A very short walk from Stirling city centre, bus and train stations.

Jim Loudon and his wife have owned and run Forth Guest House in Stirling for over 25 years. Jim is originally from Stirling although he worked in Africa for 20 years as an engineer. He is very happy to help guest with advice on how to make the most of their stay in Stirling.

Forth Guest House was built in 1825, it is a 4 star rated Bed and Breakfast which comes highly recommended by Lonely Planet, Marco Polo travel guides and Which? magazine.

Forth Guest House double, twin, family and single en-suite rooms all have 'free' high speed wireless Internet access and are all equipped with the latest flat screen digital televisions, hair dryers, and complimentary hospitality trays. Ironing facilities are also available.

Breakfast at the Forth Guest House - breakfasts are served in the dining room from 8 to 9am, guests place their breakfast order when they arrive in the dining room. All breakfasts are cooked to order, with individual requirements are catered for where ever possible. Earlier breakfasts can also be provided upon request.

Forth Guest House is named after the River Forth, which is a short 100m away. In medial times Stirling was one of Scotland's principal ports, with ships supplying the Royal household at Stirling Castle. If you look carefully you can still see the timbers where the ships once we moored alongside.