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Stirling - Luxury

There's a terrific range of options on offer if luxury is high on the wish list on your Stirling city break. From seaplanes to celebrity cook schools, you really will be spoiled for choice.

Named after the Tirolean owner Hermann Aschaber, the restaurant uses only the best of Scottish produce to craft a menu that combines Austrian favourites with a variety of dishes.  Visit the Hermans website.

Queens Long Bar and Jekyll's Restaurant
Intimate, private and as individual as you are, the Queen's Hotel offers a fusion of Scottish hospitality and modern design. The contemporary styling and cafe bistro atmosphere of the Longbar combines with the refined yet relaxed atmosphere of Jekyll's restaurant. So whatever you're looking for, you'll find it here. Read more about Queens Long Bar and Jekyll's Resturant.

Stirling Highland Hotel
Formally a high school, this prestigious hotel is set in the heart of Stirling. With understated luxury everywhere you look, this is the ideal base to explore Stirling and the country beyond. Read more about the Stirling Highland Hotel.

Go Ape, Aberfoyle
An award-winning high wire forest adventure course of rope bridges, tarzan swings and zip slides, this is not for the faint-hearted. Trek from tree to tree high above the forest floor and have the time of your life.For more information visit the Go Ape website.

Afternoon Tea at the Roman Camp
Set secluded in 20 acres of gardens on the banks of the beautiful River Teith, this is a unique country house hotel. Ranked within the Top 10% of UK restaurants, the food is excellent and the service first class. For more information visit the website of Roman Camp Hotel.

Loch Lomond Sea PlanesLoch Lomond Seaplanes
Fly First Class in an iconic luxury seaplane with a window seat enjoying an unparalleled view over one of the most magnificent landscapes in the world. You can depart or arrive on Loch Lomond and it's an experience not to be missed. Read more on flying with Loch Lomond Sea Planes.

Nick Nairn Cook School
Learn to cook with a real legend amongst chefs. Restaurateur, entrepreneur and celebrity chef, Nick Nairn is also an ambassador of fresh Scottish produce and healthy eating. Visit the website of the Nick Nairn Cook School.

Watersports in Loch Lomond
There's a range of water sports that you can indulge in, including windsurfing, water-skiing and kayaking. For beginners, tuition can be booked and equipment can be hired. Read more about doing watersports on Loch Lomond.

Shopping in Bridge of Allan
Visit the boutiques of this picturesque town and have lunch at any one of the fabulous cafes. The local ice cream is also highly recommended. Visit the Bridge of Allan website.