On the main street of Doune you can find this hotel at a good price and showing the importance it had years ago, probably in Victorian times, when Doune was a commercial area. No frills but nice, this can be an alternative hotel accommodation in the zone called the center of Scotland, in a more traditional area and with more charm than other places.
One of the most stylish Bed and Breakfasts in the Scottish Highlands is located in the village of Doune, not far from Stirling and Dunblane. Glenardoch House, which is situated right at the foot of Castle Doune, is a home (or should I say a mansion) built in the eighteenth century during the Victorian heyday. As you'd expect, glamour and style can be found throughout the facilities, even extending outdoors to the spacious patio next to the river. It's a quiet, family-friendly place with excellent service and wonderful rooms. Most of the guests are like me, looking to get away from city life for a bit and enjoy the tranquility of nature. If that's what you're looking for, then Glenardoch House is an ideal choice. As I said, it's close to Stirling and there are public transportation links to Glasgow and Edinburgh.
The Woodside is a Victorian hotel which stands in an idyllic plot near the castle of Doune. It's the epitome of a lovely Scottish rural inn. The rooms a bit old-fashioned in a charming way (including 4-poster beds) and the prices are reasonable. The hotel also has a pub/restaurant with fireplaces so you can warm up and relax. It's actually the largest pub in Doune which makes it pretty popular among the locals. If you're looking to party, though, this is definitely not the place. If, though, you're looking for some warm home-cooking and a relaxing pint by the fire, the Woodside will be waiting for you!