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Visit Bannockburn and Stay at the Terraces Hotel Stirling

When wanting to visit Bannockburn the historic battle site to the south of the city of Stirling in Scotland it makes sense to stay at the Terraces Hotel, Centrally located in the historic district of Stirling, set in the heart of a tree lined Georgian terrace, once the former home of merchants. Ideal location as a base from which to explore this ancient city and the many attractions situated only a few minutes walk or drive from this historic place.

It is named after the Bannock Burn (a small stream) running through the village before flowing into the River Forth. The Battle of Bannockburn fought in 1314 - one of the pivotal battles of the Wars of Independence between Scotland and England.

A large monument and visitor center is located near the site of the battle. A circular-arch stone bridge, built by engineer Thomas Telford, spans the burn downstream of the battle site. Growth of both Stirling and Bannockburn during the 19th and 20th centuries means that the two now form a contiguous conurbation, and Bannockburn was latterly incorporated into the city (then royal burgh) of Stirling.

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Terraces Hotel 4 Melville Terrace, Stirling FK8 2ND Telephone: 01786 472268 Fax: 01786 450314