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Airth Castle dates back to the 14th century, when was once owned by Robert the Bruce, king of Scots. Like its lively history, the castle’s fortunes have changed many times but now stands as a grande hotel, featuring 125 rooms, 22 of which are in the original castle, a Grill Room, Piano bar, & Leisure Club/Spa. The castle retains much medieval fabric and decor, yet each elegant room is equipped with modern convenience – from sumptuous bathrooms with luxury amenities to the Wi-fi internet access and wide screen televisions with satellite TV.striking 

Guests at Airth Castle also have complimentary use of the recently refurbished Leisure Club, which offers a luxurious and inspiring environment for exercise or relaxation with an indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, steam room, sauna or poolside terrace. The spacious gymnasium is equipped with the newest Technogym equipment with built in touch screen plasma TVs. The Club also features a spa with five different treatment rooms where you can enjoy a indulge in treatments by Elemis, Jessana and Fake Bake including massage, aromatherapy, holistic programmes.

All Guestrooms Feature

  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Private bathroom
  • Free toiletries
  • Shower/tub combination
  • Iron/ironing board
  • Desk
  • Cable TV service
  • Flat-panel TV
  • Free WiFi
  • Room service (24 hours)
  • Free cribs/infant beds

The Grill Room
Set beneath a striking glass pyramid and boasting a contemporary elegance, the Grill Room at Airth Castle is one of the few venues in the UK to feature a Josper Grill, the latest oven to take the culinary world by storm and acclaimed by world renowned chefs including Heston Blumenthal and Jamie Oliver. The menu is greatly inspired by the grand Grill rooms of London, utilizing top-quality, locally sourced ingredients to offer guests an menu inspired by timeless classics and given a modern twist.

Travelling from the west (Glasgow)
From the M8 take the junction for the M80 heading for Stirling, from this road you then join the A80 and onwards to the A876 then the M9. From the M9 you will take Junction 7 (Kincardine Bridge) M876 and follow this until you reach the roundabout. Take the first exit off the roundabout towards Airth (A905). The hotel is approximately 600 metres along this road on the left and is well signposted.
Travelling from the east (Edinburgh)
From Edinburgh take the A8 past the airport towards the Newbridge roundabout. From the roundabout take the 4th exit on to the M9 towards Forth Road Bridge / Stirling. Stay on this motorway until you reach junction 7 and take this exit (Kincardine Bridge) this will take you onto the M876 and follow this until you reach the roundabout. Take the first exit off the roundabout towards Airth (905). The hotel is approximately 600 metres along this road on the left and is well signposted.
Travelling from the NORTH (STIRLING)
From Stirling take the M9 South, signed for Edinburgh, until you reach Junction 7 and take this exit (Kincardine Bridge) this will take you onto the M876 and follow this until you reach the roundabout. Take the first exit off the roundabout towards Airth (A905). The Hotel is approximately 600 metres along this road on the left and is well sign posted.

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