What should I expect when staying at a hotel in Grangemouth?

FK3 9BX Grangemouth, Falkirk
Dbl. from 87.00EUR
FK3 8XJ Grangemouth, Falkirk City center: 5 km
Dbl. from 122.00EUR
FK2 0YB Stirling City center: 1.5 km
Dbl. from 225.00EUR
FK2 0XS Falkirk City center: 2.9 km
Dbl. from 54.00EUR
FK2 8JF Falkirk City center: 3.6 km
Dbl. from 132.00EUR

Grangemouth is located in the Forth Valley in east Stirlingshire, Scotland, located midway between Edinburgh and Glasgow on the banks of the Firth of Forth. While the town used to be a busy port, these days Grangemouth focuses primarily on the petrochemical industry, including an oil refinery. However, Grangemouth Port does still offer the largest container terminal in Scotland. You will find a number of hotels in Grangemouth that suit all of your business needs.

What entertainment can I enjoy outside of my working hours in Grangemouth?

If you want to meet clients for a round of golf, Grangemouth Golf Club is located close by in the village of Polmont. There are a number of parks in Grangemouth offering recreation and sports, including Inchyra Park, Rannoch Park and Zetland Park in the centre of town. A number of restaurants in town offer all you need for a relaxing business lunch, and both The Scott's bistro and Abbotsinch Pub and Dining come highly recommended. Should your hotel have no gym, enjoy the facilities at the Grangemouth Sports Complex, with a variety of fitness equipment and a pool.

How easy is Grangemouth to access and what does it offer in the way of business facilities?

Grangemouth can be conveniently accessed via the Edinburgh Airport (EDI), 23km from the town centre. If you are seeking conference facilities, Grangemouth Business Centre offers two small meeting rooms, including the necessary audio visual equipment, and the Hotel Grange Manor offers conference and event facilities. The nearby Falkirk Business Hub features a co-working lounge, meeting spaces and a wellness centre.

What are the best locations for me to visit while staying at a hotel in Grangemouth?

Visit The Kelpies in nearby Falkirk to see the world’s largest equine sculptures. The enormous sculptures of horses’ heads are placed next to the Forth and Clyde Canal and were built as part of a land transformation project. The sculptures are also considered to be a monument to the industrial heritage in Scotland. The Grangemouth Heritage Trust has a museum displaying a range of photos and artefacts from the town’s past, and slideshows are arranged for groups by the Trust historian. The Scottish Wildlife Trust offers a range of activities related to wildlife in the town, with nature walks and wildlife reserves and various regular events held around the area.