Grange Manor Hotel, GrangemouthThe Grange Manor Hotel is perfectly located for exploring some of Scotland's famous attractions. Book your stay in central Scotland with My Hotel Break.Fancy a stay in the Scottish countryside but want to remain close to the city? Then check out Grange Manor in Grangemouth & book with My Hotel Break. (0)1324-474836 11am 4 From £89.50
Private Car Park
Golf in Local Area
Electric Car Charging Point
Grange Manor Hotel is set in landscaped gardens, with the look and feel of a country house hotel, on the outskirts of Grangemouth and Falkirk.
Private Car Park
Golf in Local Area
Electric Car Charging Point
Number of Bedrooms: 36
Parking Spaces: 30
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Grange Manor Hotel is in the ideal location for exploring central Scotland due to its easy access to the motorway for Stirling, Glasgow and Edinburgh. This 4 star country house hotel near Falkirk was built in the late 19th century for the Factor (or agent) to the Earl of Zetland's local estates. The Earl's own house, long since demolished, was just across the way although the Earl was seldom resident.
Grange Manor features 36 ensuite bedrooms which are all well equipped with all of the amenities you would expect - with complimentary wi-fi throughout. The 6 rooms in the manor house have recently been upgraded to a high standard offering the very finest luxury stay in the area.
At the Grange Manor the restaurant is proud of its passionate brigade of Chefs. The team are dedicated to serving only the highest quality food, using the finest seasonal ingredients and sourcing the best produce available to us.
The Grange Manor Hotel in Grangemouth offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
The Grange Manor Hotel features en-suite, good-sized double bedrooms - all with colour television and satellite connections, direct dial telephone, work areas, trouser press, iron and ironing board, hairdryer and hospitality tray.
The hotel offers two specially adapted rooms, adjoining rooms and family rooms.
In the original house enjoy one of the six luxury and recently upgraded feature rooms, with many unusual and traditional features, these rooms are larger and can be ideal for that special occasion.
Bar & Restaurant
Dine with us and discover something special; a unique and specially crafted menu of seasonal dishes, prepared with the finest specially sourced ingredients.
Why not relax in the newly refurbished Earl's Bar with a glass of wine or sample one of the luxury whiskey's.
Cook’s Bar & Kitchen
Located in the grounds of the Grange Manor Hotel, the 19th Century coach house offers warm and stylish decor with a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.
Open from 9am, seven days a week, the cooks kitchen serves food all day. Whether it be a home cooked breakfast to start your day, a quick coffee and cake or a delicious main meal, you'll find something for all occasions.
With 15 wines and champagnes by the glass and a very tempting cocktail list, there could be no better way of relaxing.
Directions to Grange Manor Hotel in Grangemouth
Take exit 6 (travelling east) or exit 5 (travelling west) off the M9 for the Grange Manor, located on the outskirts of Grangemouth.
Hotel Notice Board
Rooms - Please note this hotel does not have any rooms big enough to accommodate 3 adults.
All rooms have a shower over bath.
Dinner inclusions - 2 course evening meal selected from the A la Carte menu, some dishes carry a supplement.
***AS THE RESTAURANT CAN GET VERY BUSY WE WOULD ADVISE PRE-BOOKING YOUR MEALS BEFORE ARRIVAL. Please call the hotel on 01324-474836 to book.****
Local Attractions to the Grange Manor Hotel near Falkirk
The Falkirk Wheel
The World's first and only rotating boat lift. This modern and innovative structure, standing some 115 feet high, replaces 11 locks of canal travel of yesteryear which took a full day of a boatman's time to negotiate - now some 30/40 minutes.
Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway
The Scottish Railway Preservation Society operates the Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway, which has been developed since 1979 on a green-field site by the south shore of the Firth of Forth. Several historic buildings have been obtained and re-erected to provide a traditional railway setting.
Xtreme Karting, Falkirk
Leading the way in Indoor Go Karting in Scotland - with 5 star (officially rated independantly by Visit Scotland)
The Helix & Kelpies
The Helix - transforming land between Grangemouth & Falkirk into an exciting outdoor recreational area for locals, businesses and visitors to Falkirk.
Bannockburn Heritage Centre and Battlesite
A National Trust for Scotland site near Stirling. Social history displays and AV recreation of the famous battle in which Robert the Bruce defeated the English in 1314.
About 15 miles from the hotel, a splendid 15th century ruin, and the birthplace of Mary, Queen of Scots.
Once the home of the Jacobean Livingston clan, has a fascinating recreation of life 'below stairs' in their Georgian kitchens.
Built in the 15th century by one of Scotland’s most powerful families, the Crichtons, Blackness was never destined as a peaceful lordly residence; its enduring roles were those of garrison fortress and state prison.
The Wallace Monument
For over 140 years, this world-famous landmark has towered over the Stirlingshire countryside. Today, its drawing visitors with its exhibits and displays, telling the stirring story of Sir William Wallace, Scotlands most celebrated hero.
Stirling Castle, Stirling
High on the skyline, dominating the landscape for miles around, Stirling Castle is a great symbol of Scottish independence and a real source of national pride. A place of power, beauty and history, come and discover the favoured residence of Scotlands Kings and Queens.
Deep Sea World, North Queensferry
Under the iconic Forth Road bridge in North Queensferry, the National Aquarium of Scotland features a fun underwater tunnel, a family of barking seals, some very scary, toothy sharks and much, much more for the whiole family to enjoy.
Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh
Edinburgh Castle is surely Scotlands most iconic building. With its oldest sections dating back as far as the 12th century, its steeped in layers and layers of Scottish history. No visit to Edinburgh is really complete without a couple of hours spent exploring its ramparts, dungeons, tiny chapel and magnificant Crown Jewels. And dont forget to watch (and hear) the firing of the one o clock gun.
Dare to take the kids on a gruesome journey to the scary depths of the Edinburgh Dungeon. Come face-to-face with some very convincing actors, eye-raising shows and interactive special effects. Its a truly bone-chilling experience. Remember, The Dungeon is not suitable for people of a nervous disposition or very young children.
Edinburgh Zoo, Edinburgh
For a great day out, you cant beat all the fascinating wildlife at Edinburgh Zoo. World-class attractions and an extensive collection will delight the whole family with memories to last a lifet
For more information on things to see in and do in the area, check out our Destination Guide