Self Catering Holiday Accommodation | Bridge of Allan, Stirling
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Comfortable & Convieniently Located Self Catering

Holiday Accommodation

Bridge of Allan, Stirling,

Welcome to 99a Henderson Street

99a Henderson Street is a basement flat in a Victorian villa available for holiday lets.

99a is situated in the main street in Bridge of Allan. All shops and food stores are within a few minute’s walk. There are also many restaurants from which to choose for those who do not wish to self cater.


Bridge of Allan has a railway station, and excellent road links to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth and the Trossachs. There are many pleasant walks within easy reach, and without the need of transport.The University of Stirling is within walking distance. The MacRobert Art and Film Centre is situated within the grounds on the university.

99a Henderson Street
Our Accommodation is located in the basement apartment of this Victorian Villa
Lounge & Dining Area

The Accommodation

The accommodation is for four people. There is a twin bedroom and a double bedroom. Linen, bedding, and towels are provided.

The flat has been newly renovated, with a modern kitchen, bathroom with bath and shower over, and a pleasant living/diving room. There is plenty of storage space. The windows are double glazed, so there is very little outside noise.

The kitchen is fully equipped including a dishwasher and washing machine. There is free WiFi.

Short breaks are available (minimum of three days). See the booking diary below for 2018 prices.
We also offer 10% discount for stays of one week or more

Cost is £90 per night

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The Local Area

Bridge of Allan is a large village of some 5000 people nestling at the western end of the Ochil hills. In the Victorian era, it was a favourite place to visit because of its spa. Many of the villas built in the 19th century were used to accommodate the visitors who came to take the waters.

Since Stirling University was established here in the 1960s the village has expanded. The local shops are excellent. There are many pleasant walks on the doorstep, some challenging and some more gentle. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs are a short car journey away, as well as many other beautiful places.

Sites of historical interest are plentiful and all within easy reach. Stirling Castle, the Wallace Monument, Bannockburn Heritage Centre and Battlefield are all within three miles of 99a. The University of Stirling is a 15-minute walk from 99a. Not only is the campus very attractive to walk in, but it is also the home of the MacRobert Arts Centre and Film Theatre.

Getting Here

Stirling is 3 miles away, and Glasgow, Edinburgh and Perth approximately 30 miles. There are excellent road and rail links. 99A’s quiet and peaceful, but its central location allows easy access to towns and countryside.

Public transport details for journeys within Scotland can be found on and from Scotland to other places in UK www.transportdirect.into

Bookings & Availability

The proprietors of the holiday flat are John and Brenda Holliday, who live in Bridge of Allan and are within easy reach to help and advice. 


Owners Contact address:

Lorraine, 10 Chalton Road, Bridge of Allan , FK9 4DX

Find Out More About The Local Area