Extremely well known and well-established town centre pub
|Reference Number:||R5GEHW / P0108|
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Stirling is a city in central Scotland. At the heart of its old town, the medieval Stirling Castle sits on a craggy volcanic rock. On the Abbey Craig outcrop, the National Wallace Monument is a 19th-century tower. It overlooks the site of the 1297 Battle of Stirling Bridge, where William Wallace defeated the English.
Lawsons is a traditional ground floor bar with an upstairs lounge/function room. It is a compact but popular site that is well known on the local circuit.
Set amongst a mixture of bars, pub food and restaurant outlets, Lawsons is an integral part of the scene in this part of Stirling. This wet only site would suit a sole operator that has some experience; local knowledge would also be greatly advantageous to make the most of both the local and tourist trade.
There is no accommodation available at this site.
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