The Drymen Inn Review

The Drymen Inn Review
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  • Rated 4*G stars
£2000 to £2000
  • 80%

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  • Last modified: December 8, 2017

The Drymen Inn Review

5 Stirling Road

Glasgow

G63 0BW

The Drymen Inn

Hotel Description

The Drymen Inn Review – The Drymen Inn is a family run bar & restaurant situated in the heart of the picturesque Scottish village of Drymen. Located in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Drymen is the first stop on the West Highland Way surrounded by rolling hills and beautiful countryside. The Drymen Inn is run by The Burch Family who take great pride in making everyone feel at home. The emphasis is put on comfy surroundings good food and great service. There is always a smile at The Drymen Inn and reviewers comment on how nice it feels to be treated like a local. The restaurant serves delicious wholesome home cooked food sourced from local suppliers. Drymen is the ideal location for a weekend away the village has a lively and welcoming atmosphere our boutique ensuite rooms prove very popular all year round complemented by a full hearty Scottish breakfast.

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Hotel Star Rating

4*G

Hotel Accreditor

Self-Accredited

Cancelation Policy

Facilities

Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout;Restaurant;Iron And Board In Each Room;Car Parking Available Offsite;Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas;Bar

Check-in Time:

15:00

Check-out Time:

10:00

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Directions

Mingavie – Road: Start out on Cairns Drive Turn left onto Buchanan Street Turn right onto Moor Road A81Turn left onto the A81 At mini-roundabout bear left onto the A81 Aberfoyle Callander At roundabout take the 1st exit onto the A81 B834 At Blane Smithy Roundabout take the 1st exit onto the B834 Drymen At T-junction turn right onto the A809 Drymen Continue forward on A811 Turn left into Drymen Bear right as you enter the village The Drymen Inn is on your right

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Prices From £99 TO £120

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Pros

Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout;Restaurant;Iron And Board In Each Room;Car Parking Available Offsite;Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas;Bar

Cons

None

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Stirling Road 5
Glasgow G63 0BW Scotland GB
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