Church of the Holy Rude
The Church of the Holy Rude has been the town’s parish church for 600 years and James VI was crowned here in 1567. The nave and tower...
Behind the church is Cowane’s Hospital , built as an almshouse in 1637 by the merchant John Cowane.
Complete with turrets, spectacular Argyll's Lodging is the most impressive 17th-century town house in Scotland and you'll find it by the...
A warm welcome is guaranteed at Stirling’s oldest pub (1733), a spot redolent with atmosphere, what with its log fire, vaulted back room...
Built in stone as solid as the castle that it stands below, this former school is just the spot for a pint and a pub lunch after your...
58 Broad St · interesting places nearby
Solidly set on a corner above the Mercat Cross and below the castle, this elegant Scottish-Austrian restaurant is a reliable and popular choice. The solid, conservative decor is weirdly offset by magazine-style skiing photos, but the food doesn’t miss a beat and ranges from Scottish favourites to gourmet schnitzel and spaetzle noodles. Vegetarian options are good, and quality Austrian wines provide an out-of-the-ordinary accompaniment.