My name is Alison Cowie, owner of The Old Tram-House 4* Bed & Breakfast in Stirling, Scotland.
The National Wallace Monument can be one of the high points of your visit to Stirling and is less than 15 minutes’ walk from The Old Tram-House. It’s just 0.5 miles / 0.8 km from the front door.
Click here for more about The National Wallace Monument and learn about the fascinating story of Sir William Wallace (Braveheart).
Turn left on leaving The Old Tram-House and walk up Causewayhead Road (A9) until you reach the Causewayhead roundabout.
At the roundabout, you need to cross over and take the 2nd exit onto Logie Road (B998).
Turn right onto Hillfoots Road (B998).
Turn right onto Marsden Court and you are there.
You can also take First Bus Service #60 and get off at The National Wallace Monument car park. It’s a 9 minute journey.
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I hope very much to have the pleasure of welcoming you to The Old Tram-House B&B, Stirling in the near future.
With my best regards,
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