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Park Hotel, hotel in Airth

Just a 5 minute walk from the center of Falkirk and a short drive from Falkirk Golf Club, this 3-star hotel is the perfect place for both business stays and vacations.

7.8
Scored 7.8
Good
Rated good
2,031 reviews
Price from$161.86per night
Macdonald Inchyra Hotel & Spa, hotel in Airth

Set in a traditional Scottish manor house within landscaped gardens, the Macdonald Inchyra Hotel & Spa is on the outskirts of Falkirk and Grangemouth.

7.5
Scored 7.5
Good
Rated good
1,756 reviews
Price from$159.12per night
Premier Lodge, hotel in Airth

Premier Lodge is located on the border of Grangemouth and Falkirk and features high standard double and twin rooms, all of which boast a newly furbished bathroom with powerful walk in shower and free...

8.7
Scored 8.7
Excellent
Rated excellent
1,276 reviews
Price from$135.59per night
Inglewood House and Spa, hotel in Airth

Featuring free WiFi, a restaurant and a sun terrace, Inglewood House and Spa offers accommodations in Alloa, 27 mi from Edinburgh. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.

8.7
Scored 8.7
Excellent
Rated excellent
919 reviews
Price from$122.03per night
Hillhead Farm Lets, hotel in Airth

In a former farm building, the Hillhead Lets provides large bedrooms and free Wi-Fi. Located in Bannockburn, the famous battlefield is close by.

8.4
Scored 8.4
Very Good
Rated very good
715 reviews
Price from$105.83per night
Oxgang Kitchen Bar & Rooms, hotel in Airth

Located in Grangemouth, 14 miles from Hopetoun House, Oxgang Kitchen Bar & Rooms has accommodations with a garden, free private parking, a shared lounge and a restaurant.

7.9
Scored 7.9
Good
Rated good
832 reviews
Price from$80.93per night
The Bridge Inn, hotel in Airth

Located 25 miles from Lake of Menteith, The Bridge Inn offers 2-star accommodations in Tillicoultry and features a shared lounge, a restaurant and a bar.

6.7
Scored 6.7
Pleasant
Rated pleasant
362 reviews
Price from$74.70per night
Leapark Hotel, hotel in Airth

The Leapark Hotel is a family-owned hotel in the historical port of Grangemouth, within 3 miles of The Kelpies and 7 miles from the Falkirk Wheel. Stirling is a 25 minutes' drive away.

8.1
Scored 8.1
Very Good
Rated very good
1,112 reviews
Price from$114.54per night
OYO Dunmar House Hotel, hotel in Airth

OYO Dunmar House Hotel features a garden, shared lounge, a terrace and restaurant in Alloa. Providing a bar, the property is located within 22 miles of Lake of Menteith.

8.1
Scored 8.1
Very Good
Rated very good
641 reviews
Price from$116.54per night
The Grange Manor, hotel in Airth

Located within landscaped gardens, 20 minutes from Edinburgh Airport, The Grange Manor offers free parking and free WiFi.

7.8
Scored 7.8
Good
Rated good
803 reviews
Price from$207.30per night
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What Guests Said About Airth:

  • 2.0
    Scored 2.0

    spa good but needed decoration

    spa good but needed decoration dining room ok food could be a lot better hot breakfast good buffa nonexistent room was a disgrace for a so called 4*hotel staff all tried hard but you can't make a silk purse out of a Sowes ear
    Vass
    United Kingdom
  • 2.0
    Scored 2.0

    only the pool and hot tub but there's no wi fi or barr no...

    only the pool and hot tub but there's no wi fi or barr no draft beers/lagers..no barr after 930pm ten max..no one will even oblige you a glass of water!!... no wi fi in castle yep..but none in the rxtention either.. not enough staff.. not pleasant at all on reception...very expensive dinners!!! for very smaalll portions and 15 mins before 9pm it closed i was told..so i had nothing or my daughter!!!of four!!! no room service..no sheet changes at all..only one small bottle of shampoo gel very small one use size!!! family room as well!! four night stay!!!!! no wi fi in any rooms.. no washing stuff..no coffee biscuits everrrr.. no sugar teas etc..basic..not at all a good experience was made feel outsider!!!!!..... have a camper.. my daughter n i as my partner left on day two!!!! it was knocked upon i was ordered to my room it was ten pm and i was told get in the room!! and i asked for coffee..handed one...no milk etc for child juices snacks not a thing.. kids need out pool early too so that shd be noted!!!!!!! shocked at cold hard faced staff excepting three females..one on reception..and one in breakfast actually gave me a pot of coffee in the room.......... horrified at this staff and their so called hotel HOW MANY STARS ???!!!!!!! NONE HERE.. castle if u must but its megga priced i do not think it worth it .. stay at brewer fayr better food costs better better sleeps better beer..hasss beer and drinks etc and I'm certain its cheaper !! u can see the castle and go pineapple etc from there... nope sooooo disappointed i love castles etc spas... i will not be back ever i am so disgusted!! i don't like being ordered out the car park where there's no washing stuff or coffee etc snacks bar or even foods/snacks?????!!!!!!11
    Annun
    United Kingdom
  • 2.0
    Scored 2.0

    No draft beer.. Bar closed as it p!eased ?..

    No draft beer.. Bar closed as it p!eased ?.. Told have a drink?..we shall.. Come along ten mins later..closed....night three again...yet full of folk drinking chatting!!... Dinnner. Not worth the price!!! Very snooty Breakfast ok staff lovely in am..two blondes mid aged .. Pauline...great helpful..above annnd! Beyond!!! Thanks Pauline!!!
    deedee
    United Kingdom
  • 2.0
    Scored 2.0

    Groucho Marx once famously said: "I had a wonderful time but...

    Groucho Marx once famously said: "I had a wonderful time but this wasn't it". How right he was. Initially, we were given a room with very poor lighting and to the hotel’s credit we were moved to a much brighter room. However, things went downhill from there. For example, I asked reception for an ice bucket to be sent to our room and was told that would be sorted. They forgot, so I had to go down to the bar to collect one. Then I went down to the spa for a swim and asked for a dressing gown but was told that they were only available for spa clients. I had to traipse back to my room again for a gown. Later that day, our child became unwell and I asked reception if we could have our dinner (part of the stay package) in our room. I was told there was no room service, so I was forced to cancel dinner in advance and drive five miles to get a carry-out. When I brought the remnants of the meal in a bag to reception for disposal, they would not take it. I was told to go to the restaurant and deliver it there.  When I did so, the person handling seating arrangements hesitated but eventually agreed to take it to the kitchen. When I cancelled our dinner, I asked if the receptionist could amend our bill accordingly, and she said it would be sorted. I have emailed the manager and owner several times for a response but there is a wall of silence.   This was my fifth or sixth stay at the hotel over the last decade or so, and by far the least satisfying. I appreciate things have been tough in the wake of Brexit and the pandemic, but I still feel the hotel fell far short of my expectations.
    Ronald
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    If you want to stay in the Castle you have to make that...

    If you want to stay in the Castle you have to make that clear, there is also Airth Castle hotel which is not the castle. We were upgraded which was exactly what we wanted, stayed in Airth Castle! All staff were super friendly and very helpful. Breakfast was great too. We didn't use the spa facilities unfortunately but will do next time. See you soon. Thankyou. Sorry didn't visit Airth so can't really comment.
    Katrina
    United Kingdom
  • 6.0
    Scored 6.0

    We stayed in the castle, in room 20.

    We stayed in the castle, in room 20. The room was large and comfortable. There was black mould in the shower that had been only partially cleaned, and the bathroom window was in need of paint. Both minor maintenance issues. The big issue was the front entrance door. We had a fire alarm in the night and had to leave the building, but the door sticks and could only be opened by throwing a shoulder into it, something not possible for elderly or children. Again, easily fixed but it appears to have been tolerated for a long time.
    Christopher
    Canada