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Port Street apartment is a gem in the centre of Stirling. Conveniently located between the edge of the pedestrian centre and fashionable Kings Park, the three-bed apartment offers flexible accommodation with the special benefit of a sunny walled garden to the rear. The perfect mix of being in the city, but with a bit of green space.

The bright and airy apartment is easily accessed from the plant-filled communal entrance hall. Internally the spacious lounge comfortably seats 8 people. The fully fitted kitchen also includes a funky dining table. Three large bedrooms make this a great base for family and friends. There is a kingsize bedroom, a double-plus-single twin bed option and a further double bedroom. The apartment would suit families looking for a safe, convenient base with charm and an enclosed garden, a group of friends out exploring or a couple seeking a high quality retreat to relax in.

Snuggle up in the designer bedding; pamper yourself with our luxurious towels; and enjoy great home-cooked meals using high quality kitchen equipment. Or just pop into Stirling for a bite to eat - it's all on your doorstep. If you are cooking, you may want to purchase some meat from the quality butchers shop or the green grocer down stairs.

You can spend your days lazing in the garden or head to local sites like Stirling Castle, Bannockburn Heritage Centre, the Wallace Monument or - of course - the Kelpies and Falkirk Wheel. Venture just a little further to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, or hit the sites and shops in Glasgow or Edinburgh. Port Street makes a great base for a week or more exploring all Scotland has to offer, all year round. And being in town it is just a two minute walk to the main bus and train stations. Evening parking on the street is free, or an NCP car park just round the corner offers 24hour parking for £2.20.

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