Hotel Winnock Drymen
The Winnock Hotel is convenient to everything Loch Lomond has to offer, and is only 29 km (18 miles) away from Loch Lomond International Airport.Guests will find Non Smoking Rooms, Hair Dryer, Television , Coffee/Tea Maker waiting in each room.In addition, this property in Loch Lomond has Bar/Pub, Laundry Service/Dry Cleaning, Room Service, Safety Deposit Boxes, Babysitting.The hotel blends expert service with state-of-the-art facilities to provide guests with a memorable stay.Making an booking at Winnock Hotel Loch Lomond is easy with our secure online form; just enter your dates and click.
Hotel Bramblewood Drymen
Bramblewood is a friendly, family run Bed and Breakfast accommodation situated in the peaceful village of Drymen. Enjoy Drymen and the east side of Loch Lomond from a warm, friendly base and tap on our local knowledge about this beautiful surrounding area.We are situated within a quiet, tranquil and wooden setting only a short stroll from Drymen. Bramblewood has been recently developed promoting its exceptional bed and breakfast standard. Guests can enjoy a private dining area overlooking the gardens. We have 3 well appointed rooms all with en-suite facilities. Each room benefits from a TV and tea and coffee making facilities.On arrival, all our guests are made welcome with a complimentary tea or coffee. Offering economical and very comfortable accommodation courtesy of the owners personal and caring touch. Savour a fully cooked Scottish breakfast or an extensive continental before embarking on your discovery of Drymen, Central Scotland, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs.Loch Lomond shores are met from Drymens own Endrick Water. Drymen lies on the road from Glasgow to Aberfoyle making it accessible to both Glasgow and The Trossachs. At Drymen junction you can take a road to Balmaha, the eastern side of Loch Lomond. The scenery all around Drymen and the east of Loch Lomond is breathtaking and a favourite among walkers and tourists alike.
Hotel Best Western Buchanan Arms & Spa Drymen
Each of the 51 rooms at this fine 3-star hotel feature superior amenities.Comfort and convenience are the hallmarks of Buchanan Arms Hotel.To make your reservation at Buchanan Arms Hotel Loch Lomond, just enter your travel dates on our secure online booking form and submit.
Hotel Rowardennan Drymen
The Rowardennan Hotel is nestled in the dense woodland of the Queen Elizabeth Forest, making this Loch Lomond hotel Scotland an enchanting place to stay. It is located on the loch's eastern banks and enjoys stunning views of this fairytale lake as well as of Ben Lomond, a rocky mountain to the east of Loch Lomond. If you are looking for a restful holiday in the Scottish Highlands, this boutique hotel is a beautiful place to stay. The building is full of history, dating back as far as 1696, and has been lovingly restored in a traditional Scottish style, giving it the feeling of an old country house. While staying at the Rowardennan Hotel, guests are treated to a culinary feast. The restaurant's menu includes a range of Scottish dishes prepared with fresh local produce. There are also 2 bars, the Rob Roy and the Clansman bar, both of which offer a tempting range of malt whiskies and traditional beers.
Hotel Culcreuch Castle Drymen
Culcreuch Castle dates back to the 14th Century and stands within 1,600 acres of parkland and landscaped gardens. It has been the ancestral home of the Scottish Clan Galbraith for over seven centuries and today this family still live here, although they have recently converted a part of the castle into a 3 star hotel.
The setting of Culcreuch Castle has ensured that it has become a popular location for weddings, short romantic breaks or other functions. It also has conference and meeting rooms that are available for hire.
There are 10 rooms within the main building and 3 family rooms in the former stables area. Each of the rooms have been individually designed and enjoy views across either the gardens or the loch, and most of the rooms feature four poster beds.
Culcreuch Castle is located in Fintry approximately 27 kilometres to the west of Stirling in Fife. It has its own licensed restaurant called “Arthur’s Seat” which is open to the general public as well as the guests of the hotel.