Classic car rental – Vintage sports cars to tour Scotland in style. Caledonian Classic Car Hire’s service cannot be beaten, having a 12 year proven track record.
At Caledonian Classic car rental they pride themselves on offering personal service and customer satisfaction. All you have to do is arrive and they will take care of the rest.
Arm in Arm Accounting are Chartered Accountants based in Alloa with 25 years’ worth of experience supporting individuals and businesses to help them nurture and grow. Their three core services cover accounting and tax requirements, business planning and strategic advice.
This bold medieval keep may look forbidding but inside it’s full of art and riches – not to mention intriguing tales. The tower dates back to the 14th century and was built to guard a strategically important ferry crossing on the nearby River Forth.
It became the ancestral seat of the Erskine family, the Earls of Mar and Kellie. This family have played a pivotal part in Scotland’s history through the centuries and were loyal supporters of the Stuart monarchs. Mary, Queen of Scots and her son, James VI, both spent part of their childhood here under the guardianship of the Erskine family.
Alloa Tower was lavishly updated by John Erskine, 6th Earl of Mar, who created an 18th-century mansion within the ancient walls.
From the first sight of Inglewood House, you know you have arrived somewhere truly special. From the grandeur of the grade A listed Jacobean mansion to the luxury of our brand new Lotus Spa, Inglewood House is a perfect place to relax in style.
Designed to respect the body’s complex physiology, ELEMIS spa-therapies work in natural synergy with the skin, body and mind. Every treatment is specifically designed to offer a unique experience, using powerful massage sequences and the most potent actives available in the world today.
Jump N Joy is a trampoline park where kids can show off their skills on the trampoline. This is the newest and most exciting place in Central Scotland.
Children have the best time at Jump N Joy as they can either focus on all the jumps and flips their hearts desire with the 30 high performance trampolines or they can be challenged with the different obstacles, such as the log roll or the interactive light games.
They also hold fitness classes where you can burn up to 407 calories just by jumping on a trampoline, which is taken by a professional fitness instructor. If this has not tempted you yet then this might, as you are able to dance (and jump) the night away at their Disco Night.
Transport, Tours and Travel in a Mercedes-Benz V-Class people carrier or C-Class saloon -no job too big or too small.
Airport Transfers, Chauffeur Services, Weddings, Outlander Tours, Golf Tours, Whisky Tours and Special Occasions provided by an SIA Level 3 close protection officer.
More information available at http://www.rodneyjohnston.uk …. Let the journey begin
Magna World aims to design and create bespoke programmes to ensure clients feel unique and inspired by Scotland and its countless iconic venues.
Every programme is tailor-made for clients to provide an amazing travel experience, mixing Scotland’s traditions with its more contemporary side to invigorate and excite visitors.
Magna World have a key focus on middle and high end travelers from Asia Pacific regions and between the company directors are fluent in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese and Dutch.
Discover the drama of this brooding medieval castle, set high above tree- covered ravines and plunging burns on the edge of the Ochil Hills. This was the lowland residence of the powerful Campbell dynasty, where the Protestant reformed came to preach and Mary Queen of Scots came to feast.
What to see and do:
- Take in the location high above Dollar Glen – Castle Campbell is one of the most dramatically positioned castles in Scotland.
- Step inside one of Scotland’s best-preserved tower houses, a structure built back in the 1400s.
- Stroll down the loggia, an open walkway more often found in the warmer climates of Italy and Spain.
- Explore the attractive terraced gardens where the Campbells could walk and enjoy spectacular views down the glen.
- Spot ‘John Knox’s pulpit’ in the garden – said to be the site of a sermon given by the firebrand Protestant preacher in 1556.
- View films about Scottish history made by local experts and enthusiasts from the Forth Valley.
Ochil Classic Campers is a family business that has a vision for your holiday experience, simply put “The freedom to explore“.
The business was formed from their passion for the iconic VW air-cooled camper van combined with the love of the beautiful Scottish scenery that surrounds us. They wanted to share the memorable holidays and experiences that they have enjoyed whilst travelling Scotland in a VW Campervan.
With this in mind Ochil Classic Campers offer a personal service that can include planning your itinerary or offering suggestions of places to visit. They also offer Wedding Hire and bespoke Afternoon Tea packages, if you have an idea they would love to make it into a reality.
Tullibody History Group was formed in 2001 and opened its Heritage Centre in 2004. Their aims were to research, record and preserve the history and heritage of the villages of Tullibody and Cambus, which dates back to 4000 BC. The Heritage Centre displays a model village of Tullibody, before it was demolished and rebuilt in the 1950s, a Victorian School room and a 1940s War kitchen. Plus many more fascinating points of interest!
This fine independent museum was set up in 1988 and occupies two floors of an early 19th century woollen mill and has permanent displays about the history of Dollar and its environs.
On the first floor is a reading and research room and on the second floor Dollar Museum has a temporary exhibition programme and new exhibitions that are updated regularly.
The main exhibition for 2018 is “The Dollar Community and the Great War”, marks 100 years since the end of the 1st world war. The second exhibition, The Bicentenary of Dollar Academy, celebrates the 200th anniversary of the founding of Dollar Academy in 1818. The third exhibition display celebrates 30 years of Dollar Museum. The museum which first opened in Easter 1988 in the old school house then moved up to the Castle Campbell hall.
Black Devon Wetlands is a mosaic of untouched wet grassland and wetland habitat including freshwater pools, brackish pools and reedbeds. The reserve is set back from the Inner Forth and forms an important area for large flocks of wintering wading birds and wildfowl.
Facilities on the reserve include a stunning and innovative viewing screen, perfectly placed for viewing wildlife on the freshwater pools, as well as paths, boardwalks and benches to enhance your visit to this hidden gem.
Opening times – Open at all times
Entrance charges – None, though donations to help us continue our work here are very welcome.
If you are new to birdwatching…
Their habitat enhancement work has been designed to bring the birds to you, making Black Devon Wetlands ideal for new birdwatchers. In autumn and winter, the pools are home to many different ducks and flocks of songbirds can often be seen flitting across the reserve. In the spring, there are many species of breeding birds to keep an eye (and an ear!) out for.
Information for disabled visitors – Paths and gates on the site are suitable for wheelchair users but please be aware that there are some gates on the approach to the site which may not be.
The Alman Dramatic Club have been performing plays in and around Alloa for over 80 years. Generally they perform in the Coach House Theatre situated within the grounds of Inglewood House, Alloa. However, they also invite other groups to use their intimate 63 seat theatre as a performance/conference venue.