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Glasgow Road, Stirling FK7 0LJ United Kingdom
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Description King Robert
With its central location, King Robert Hotel is within easy reach of most tourist attractions and business addresses in Stirling.
All of the hotel's 52 guestrooms are equipped with standard in-room amenities to ensure the maximum comfort for its guests.
Being one of the good quality hotels in Stirling, guests staying at this hotel will find its convenient location and tranquil atmosphere pleasurable.
To reserve a room at the King Robert Hotel, simply select your dates of stay and fill in our secure online booking form.
Edinburgh Zoo dates back to 1913 and is owned by the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland and was originally known as the Scottish National Zoological Park. It is located on Corstorphine Hill and overlooks the city of Edinburgh.
Today the zoo provides a home for around 1,000 different animals and covers an area of 330,000 m2 (82 acres). It receives over 600,000 visitors every year, which makes it the second most visited tourist attraction in Scotland (that charges an admission fee), after Edinburgh Castle.
The animals at Edinburgh Zoo include mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians. Many of the species are endangered and the zoo has a program that promotes the conservation of these threatened creatures.
Edinburgh Zoo is open daily from 9am throughout the year (including Christmas Day), closing times vary during the year from between 4.30pm and 6pm. Admission prices for adults are £14.00 (18 Euros) and £9.50 (11 Euros) for children aged 3-15.
Rothesay Castle's circular shape sets it apart from other Scottish castles. Much of the castle we see today dates back to the early 1200's, with a great hall added in the 16th century. The castle was the property of the Stewart Kings for many years and is today in the care of Historic Scotland.
Visiting hours are everyday from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm, extended to 6.30 pm between April and September. The property is partly wheelchair accessible.
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