Stirling Highland Hotel Sponsorship Announcement - Stirling County RFC

Stirling Highland Hotel Sponsorship Announcement

Stirling Wolves and Stirling County RFC are delighted to welcome the Stirling Highland Hotel to their partnership family as the club’s exclusive hotel partner.  


Home to Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman’s famous observatory, the Stirling Highland Hotel is one of the most iconic buildings in the city and boasts 96 beautifully appointed bedrooms, the elegant Scholar’s restaurant and the Stirling spa and fitness suite. 


Those attending both private and public events at Stirling County RFC can claim a preferential bedroom rate at the Stirling Highland Hotel that can be claimed by making a booking directly through the club.  


With a 17-metre indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, steam room and a fully equipped gym, the access the hotel are providing to their spa and fitness suite for Wolves and County’s Women’s squads will be hugely beneficial for their recovery.  


The Stirling Highland Hotel will also fund a kit order for one of Striling County RFC’s junior teams ahead of the 2024/25 season.  


Speaking about the partnership, Stirling Wolves General Manager Jack McIlroy Reid said: “This deal is groundbreaking for the club both on and off the pitch and further demonstrates Stirling County’s commitment to engaging with the local community by partnering with a Stirling institution.  


“Not only does this deal give our athletes a competitive advantage by allowing them top level facilities to aid their recovery, but being able to offer people attending Bridgehaugh preferential rate at the city’s best hotel also enhances our off-field operation. 


“A huge thank you to Derek, Abbie, Jay and the rest of the team at Stirling Highland Hotel for buying into the club’s vision and I look forward to welcoming them to Bridgehaugh over the course of the upcoming Sprint Series.” 


Stirling Highland Hotel General Manager Derek Anderson said: “We are thrilled to partner with Stirling County and equally pleased to engage with the local community, fully embracing its essence.”