Welcome to Westbourne House, providing unique Bed & Breakfast facilities in Tillicoultry, near Stirling in Central Scotland.
Westbourne was built in 1856 and was originally the home of local mill-owner, John Paton and his family. This fascinating Victorian mansion is set within one acre of wooded grounds nestling beneath the Ochil Hills. The atmosphere here is warm and friendly and we offer the following features for your comfort and enjoyment:
En suite facilities.
Double, Single, Twin /Family Rooms.
All rooms have TV, radio alarm clocks, hairdryers.
Tea & coffee making facilities.
Secure, off-road Parking.
Special Family rates.
French and Spanish spoken.
Pets welcome by arrangement.
Internet and email access - WiFi.
Sample Breakfast Menu:
Fruit Juice and Assorted Cereals.
Porridge (cooked overnight in the Aga oven).
Fresh Fruit & Yoghurt Muesli (Swiss style).
Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon.
Loch Fyne Kippers.
Cooked Breakfast Platter.
(Sausages, Bacon, Mushrooms, Tomatoes and potato scones).
Eggs: Fried, Scrambled, Boiled, Poached, Omelette.
Toast and Home-made Preserves.
Tea, Herbal Tea, Fresh Coffee, decaffeinated Coffee.
Tillicoultry is set amid glorious countryside in the heart of Scotland, with the Highlands, The Trossachs, Loch Lomond, Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow all less than an hour away by road. Motorway (M9, M90, M80) connections are within 15 miles. The new railway under construction will allow access to Edinburgh in Glasgow in under one hour.
There is a wide range of outdoor and indoor activities available nearby: sight-seeing in historic Stirling, a multitude of golf courses (including St Andrew's and Gleneagles), fishing, hill-walking, bird-watching and shopping for bargains in the "Sterling Mills Designer Outlet Village", located in Tillicoultry. Regular dog shows and equestrian events are held nearby.
Rates : From £60 per room per night based on two people sharing.
Children are welcome.
No smoking. Pets allowed.
Disabled facilities - please enquire for exact details.
Off street parking.
3 Star Visit Scotland.