Darnley Coffee House
Old Town Jail
The Old Town Jail is a great one for kids, as actors take you through the complex, portraying a cast of characters that illustrate the...
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.
A warm welcome is guaranteed at Stirling’s oldest pub (1733), a spot redolent with atmosphere, what with its log fire, vaulted back room...
This Old Town split-level favourite has a short menu of southern Italian cuisine augmented by weekly specials, which are definitely...
Darnley Coffee House information
Lonely Planet review
Just down the hill from the castle, beyond the end of Broad St, this is a good pit stop for home baking and speciality coffees during a walk around the Old Town. The cafe is in the vaulted cellars of a 16th-century house where Darnley, lover and later husband of Mary, Queen of Scots, once stayed while visiting her.