Bridge House

Bridge House Bed and Breakfast

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Bridge House
14 Bridge Street
FK14 7DE
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As well as Castle Campbell which is but a pleasant walk away for the reasonably fit, there are many places of historic interest within easy reach.

  • Stirling has arguably the finest castle in Scotland. There are, however, many other interesting places to visit in and around Stirling.
  • The National Wallace Monument is at Causewayhead, near Stirling and is well worth a visit. Braveheart fans will be in their element.
  • The Bannockburn Heritage Centre is at Bannockburn, near Stirling.
  • Nearby Culross is the quickest way back to the 16th century in Scotland.
  • Cambuskenneth Abbey lies in a loop of the river Forth just a stone's throw across the river from Stirling, but nearer 4 miles by road. King James iii is buried here along with his wife.
  • Dunfermline Abbey is the burial place of a number of other kings: Malcolm III, Edgar, Alexander I, David I, Malcolm IV, Alexander III and, best known of all, Robert I aka Robert the Bruce
  • Undiscovered Scotland is one of the best sites for planning days out or longer trips in Scotland.
  • Historic Scotland has a (fairly clunky) search engine which lists many nearby ancient monuments.
  • Dollar Museum has exhibitions covering Dollar from prehistoric times to the present day. The reading room has a large collection of research materials. There is a brief but extensive history of Dollar on the Dollar Community Website.

This Google map shows a few of the local historic sites.

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