The Romans certainly knew what they were doing when they pitched camp amidst the serene gorgeousness of Stirlingshire, and the remains of their efforts give Roman Camp House its name. If a mansion of many rooms can be described as cosy, then that is what this hotel is. Despite its magnificence, despite its size, reputation and innate grandeur, the Roman Camp House is definitely cosy. Its over-stuffed armchairs, delightfully traditional furnishings and above all, its warm welcome, make it so. And the food is the finest of the fine, with full advantage taken of the abundant natural larder on the doorstep.