Stirling Court Hotel
Situated on the University of Stirling campus amidst 300 acres of beautiful parkland, the calm, tranquil surroundings create the perfect environment to stimulate both the mind and the senses. Mix business with pleasure and experience the best of both worlds, from unrivalled conference facilities to top-class sports and recreational pursuits as well as an on-site restaurant and excellent public transport links. As one of the UK s leading conference centres, and one of only two venues in Scotland to be awarded the highly coveted Conference Centre of Excellence Award, there is no better choice of conference and training venue than Stirling Court Hotel. With a unique range of 24 fully equipped meeting rooms, purpose designed to meet every conceivable requirement, you can be assured of receiving the space and flexibility to fulfill your event objectives. With all the latest technology at your fingertips, including plasma and touch sensitive screens, professionalism is guaranteed. Laptops and data projectors are readily available, and naturally, e-mail and internet access can be provided. Stirling Court prides itself on its client-centred approach with the emphasis on customer care and support. From your initial enquiry, throughout the booking process and organisation of your event, the highly experienced Sales Team are there to help with all aspects of event management. A dedicated event manager will always be on hand to guide you whilst technical staff can provide additional support at a moment s notice. The Centre s unique link with the University of Stirling ensures that guests are spoiled for choice when searching for ways to unwind or keep fit. With the National Swimming Academy s 50m swimming pool, a state-of-the-art fitness suite, squash, badminton and tennis courts and a 9-hole golf course all located within the spacious grounds, delegates can exercise their bodies as well as their minds. For the less energetic, the MacRobert Arts Centre on campus provides a full programme of films, live theatre, concerts and exhibitions all year round. The Centre offers a relaxing home away from home for residential guests. Enjoy 3-Star accommodation in one of the 101 deluxe en-suite rooms, each fully equipped with the necessary creature comforts to ensure a comfortable and stress-free stay. For those who don t wish to leave the office behind, why not take advantage of the luxuriously furnished Executive Suite These double bedrooms feature an adjoining meeting room complete with a 6-seater boardroom table which can be used in a variety of ways, whether as a hub for a major event, a small private hospitality area, or simply as a boardroom for a private meeting. Abbeycraig, the on-site restaurant, serves a wonderfully varied selection of dishes. Menus are seasonal, with elements locally sourced where possible. Whatever your dining expectations, menus and service styles can be adapted to meet individual schedules and tastes. Private dining can be organised, from small groups to large functions, be it award dinners, party nights or post conference receptions. Alternatively, unwind after a busy day by enjoying a drink in the lounge bar. Located in the heart of Scotland, Stirling enjoys excellent transport links to the rest of the UK. A frequent and reliable train service runs from Stirling to the cosmopolitan cities of both Glasgow and Edinburgh. Journey times are 45 minutes and 35 respectively. The University is also served by excellent bus links from Stirling City Centre. Alternatively if you are travelling by air, Glasgow Airport is approximately an 80 minute drive away whilst Edinburgh Airport is only 45. Many of Scotland s most famous attractions are easily accessible to guests, indeed the centre itself lies in the shadow of the Wallace Monument, a towering tribute to William Braveheart Wallace. Less than two miles away is the spectacular Stirling Castle, from which you can gaze across Banockburn, site o
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Events at this venue
Fact Resistance: What is it, and How Can it be Cured?
Public Lecture by Professor Åsa Wikforss
Mon 18 Dec