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Central Scotland (page 3) 
Pub accommodation in the Central Scotland towns of ~  
Castlecary - Denny - Falkirk - Grangemouth - Lambert  
The different coloured markers denote the different towns that pubs are listed under. 
More Central Scotland Pubs. Pages 1 - 2 - 3

Castlecary (Castlecary town centre)
Castlecary House Hotel
Castlecary Road, Castlecary, Glasgow G68 0HD
Tel:01324 840233 
Facilities Include; Letting Rooms (some rooms en-suite) 
reasonable prices Parking. Bar Meals. Dining Area. 
Real Ales. Outside Area. Wifi. Function Room.
Brief Description; Large private hotel with public bar, 
 not exactly a cozy Inn, very mixed reviews. 
Located very close to the M80/J6a 
Awards & Ratings; "The Pub Guide 2013" 
Last update Feb14 ............................. CLICK HERE - for the Map, Directions and Reviews

Denny (town centre Hotel/pub)
Railway Hotel
2 Broad Street, Denny, Central FK6 6DY
Tel:01324 822048
No website found dec16
Facilities Include;
 The only Hotel/Pub in Denny. reasonable prices. Parking. Bar Meals. Main Meals.
Small outside area. Private Functions, Music Nights.
Brief Description; Family run, family friendly pub. I'm afraid we haven't heard from anyone who has stayed here, but the pub and food reviews are excellent.
Last update dec16 ............................. This STREET-MAP shows the approximate pub location.
Denny (Carronvalley) (4.8 miles to Denny)
Carronbridge Hotel
Carronvalley, Near Denny Stirlingshire, FK6 5JG
Tel:01324 823459
Facilities Include; 5 Rooms en-suite reasonable prices. 
Parking.  Bar Meals. Outside Area. Wifi. 
Pets welcome in some areas.
Brief Description;
 Family run old coaching inn, 
 A traditional Country Inn with real fires. Dog friendly, Biker friendly, 
 About 5 miles from Denny and 8 miles from Stirling on the B818. 
Last update sept13 ....................................... CLICK HERE - for the Map, Directions and Reviews

Falkirk  (Falkirk town centre)
The Orchard Hotel
2 Kerse Lane, Falkirk, Stirlingshire, FK1 1RF
Tel:07931 721643
Facilities Include; All rooms en-suite reasonable prices. 
Parking Available. 
Bar Meals. Bistro. Outside Area. Wifi.
Brief Description; Family run 18th century hotel. The Bar/Bistro/Hotel has recently been refurbished. Welcomes tourist and contractors alike. About 1 mile from the M9/J6 & J5 
Last update jan14 ....................................... CLICK HERE - for the Map, Directions and Reviews

Grangemouth, Falkirk East (1.8 miles south of Grangemouth Centre) 
Falkirk East Hotel
Beancross Road, Grangemouth, Falkirk East, FK2 0YS
Tel:08715 278392
Facilities Include; 40 En-suite Rooms reasonable prices. 
Parking. Bar Meals. Dining Area. Real Ales Outside Area. 
Wifi. Family Rooms.
Brief Description; Large company Premier Inn. This place sells out pretty quickly. Great if you want to Eat, drink, sleep and go. 
 Located to the south of Grangemouth near the M9/J5. 
Last update feb15 ............................. CLICK HERE - for the Map, Directions and Reviews

Larbert (near the centre of this small town) 
Station Hotel
Foundry Loan, Larbert, Stirlingshire FK5 4AW
Tel:01324 557186
Facilities Include; 11 Bedrooms. Room only or with breakfast. 
reasonable prices. Parking. Bar Meals. Dining Area. 
Outside Area. Wifi. Function Suite.
Brief Description; Family run Hotel/Pub with a popular public bar, it shows sports TV. Good area if you enjoy walking, cycling, golf or bird watching. Close to the station. Handy to M876/J1 & M9/J6 
Last update feb15 ............................. CLICK HERE - for the Map, Directions and Reviews
More Central Scotland Pubs. Pages 1 - 2 - 3
 Towns in 
Central Scotland 
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Pubs near Motorway Exits
Very often when travelling on a motorway it is possible to find pub accommodation
near to an exit .
Use these pages to find a convenient pub.
It is always best to telephone  before taking your  pet to a pub.   
Although they may say  
"Pets Welcome"   
Landlords and policies frequently chan ge.  
If  you can't find  
"Pub Accommodation" in a smaller town look at the largest town nearby as it may be listed there.   
Most landlords prefer you to contact the pub when  making a booking.   
 It saves the landlord commision so YOU may get a better deal.   
Just about every pub welcomes families with children, but please check   and make sure   
the pub has facilities  for your childrens ages