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Reviewed January 19, 2018

What a beautiful Gem to find in central Stirling overlooking the historical Kings Park and part of Stirling's " Nob Hill "area where you will find similar grand houses as normal . The owner /chef is originally from Nice , France, and has built up and established this hotel over 40 years. The facilities are beautifully arranged and decorated including chandeliers from the Palace of Versailles, almost what you would expect from a French chateau and just reads QUALITY .
Food is freshly cooked to order by the chef patron to an extremely high standard , waiting staff abound with well trained proffesionalism and you will not be disappointed . Ideally perfect for family gettogethers weddings anniversaries etc .
This place is unique and the odd chip in the paintwork only adds to to overall charm of an extremely well run hotel .
This is not a corporate faceless place run by a large conglomerate but a top class chef/patron business

Stayed: January 2018
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Reviewed June 30, 2017

This small hotel has been lovingly restored and maintained for 40 years. It is located right across from Kings' Park in a fancy residential area. The decor was chosen by the wife. Free parking in a private courtyard -- important in a residential area with little parking otherwise. Plenty of hot water for the shower -- using an electric heater and pump appliance. Lots of privacy. Breakfast cooked by the wife was excellent -- real French omelets! Unfortunately the restaurant was closed for dinner, but it is only a short, pleasant walk to town with its restaurants, and a nice hike up to the Castle.

Room Tip: First floor front facing room is in the perfect location.
  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank EagleEyeBoston
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Reviewed June 25, 2017 via mobile

I hadn't booked to stay here, I'd booked in at the Golden Lion but had an e-mail a couple of days before my visit saying I'd been moved to this "hotel". Well it was no more than a B&B, certainly not a hotel but that wouldn't have been a problem in itself as we only wanted a bed for the night as a stop over from a family holiday in Loch Ness. However, it has to be one of the most awful places I've stayed. I won't list all the faults here and there were many, the worst being there was no hot water whatsoever, however I would most definitely NOT recommend staying here and I think the GM for the Golden Lion ought to visit himself before moving his guests here again.

Stayed: May 2017, travelled as a couple
6  Thank Popet70
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Reviewed November 6, 2016

Fabulous interiors, delightful bedrooms and most importantly outstanding food! We were married there in October of this year and what a perfect day we had. The sun shone so we were able to make use of the stunning garden. All our guests were bowled over by the Park Lodge. Georges, Jean Pierre and all the staff were wonderful and treated us so well. The hotel is a perfect wedding venue! Also we can't wait to go back and have their fillet steak again because it was sensational!

Room Tip: All have lovely views either of park or the beautiful garden.
  • Stayed: October 2016, travelled with family
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2  Thank eivindnerberg
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Reviewed October 16, 2016 via mobile

It had been a few years since we were here but it was still perfect.
We enjoyed superb starters of ham hock terrine served with oat cakes and beautiful Mediterranean vegetable soup. This was followed by beautiful fillet steaks cooked to perfection and served with creamy dauphinois potatoes and great peppercorn sauce. Desserts are hard to choose because the Creme Brûlée is perfect but so are the profiteroles smothered in chocolate sauce mmmmmm.
Two gins each to start and a bottle of superb Pinot Noir and liquers was only £105 a steal.
The 3 course dinner is only £26 pp I have been to places where a fillet steak was more than the price for the whole meal here, excellent value for money.

Stayed: October 2016, travelled as a couple
2  Thank Andy N
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