A restored 17th century townhouse, some rooms furnished, excellent guides, fascinating history, well worth visiting (joint ticket with Castle entry).
So was not even aware of this attraction till we bought our ticket for the castle, but managed to get in on the last tour of the day, it was great. Not only did we learn a lot about running a household from the time period, the history of the use of the building in later years and the luck... More
We didn't have enough time to do this justice, very interesting exhibition and history of the Castle. Watch out it closes at 4 pm.
Argyll's Lodging is about three minutes walk down the hill from Stirling Castle (steps are at the bottom of the car park) and it is free with Castle tickets bought that day. During busier times of year it may be necessary to book a visit at the Castle ticket office rather than just turning up. The rooms have been furnished... More
This is the third visit to Argyll's Lodging and definitely the best. They have undergone quite extensive upgrading which makes it very interesting and enjoyable. Would recommend.. it is included in your admission to Stirling Castle so why not take it in.
You can visit this house for free with your ticket for Stirling Castle.It is well worth a visit.A very informative guide called Gordon gave a tour lasting about 20 minutes.He explained the history of the house,how it evolved,the occupants and how they entertained.The upstairs appartments are furnished in a very cosy manner in contrast to the castle.This little house is... More
We didn't have enough time to fully appreciate this attraction having spent so much time at the castle but the staff enabled us to get the best out of our visit. We must return!
Our first problem was gaining access. Though the gate was open and the notice said 'Open', it wasn't, and nowhere could we find out what time it should open. Later we discovered that it opens when the castle can spare the staff and apparently if you haven't visited the castle you can't get in anyway! Once inside it'd be good... More
This attraction is included in your ticket into Stirling Castle which you can do after your visit. I'm glad it is included as I'm not sure there is enough to warrant a separate admission fee. It is an interesting house, well preserved to show life in a 17th/18th Century household but could do with more development since information was fairly... More
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