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The Square, Loch Lomond, Drymen, G63 0BL, United Kingdom – Show map
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
Extra beds are not available.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
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On the east shore of Loch Lomond, this award-winning family-run country inn is constructed from locally quarried slate and offers a perfect tranquil location for a romantic or relaxing break.
Score from 417 reviews Excellent
Situated on Balloch’s main road, in the heart of the village, Barton Bed and Breakfast is a purpose-built accommodation with free private off-road parking.
Score from 35 reviews Wonderful
Situated within Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, The Drymen Inn is surrounded by beautiful rolling hills and scenic countryside.
Score from 128 reviews Excellent
In the picturesque village of Callander, this traditional Scottish inn offers free Wi-Fi, a friendly bar and homey rooms with flat-screen TVs and satellite channels. Stirling is 10 miles away.
Score from 136 reviews Good
The Old World Charm of a lovely Scottish hotel.
Staff were really efficient and well spoken. Breakfast was excellent. I loved the location. The ambience, log fire etc. very welcoming
The bedroom carpet looked like it hadn't been vacuumed in a while! also the surfaces showed some cupmarks which were washable. The ceilidh was a bit noisy as were the guests, however I believe they are usually not as noisy as this.
Hotel comfortable and warm. Hotel in good local/position to visit Loch Lomond, Trossachs and Ballach for train to Glasgow for serious shopping and visiting the sights. The front of the hotel was not cleared of cig buts from the smokers in the hotel. Not a good welcome, but hotel staff very friendly. The log fires were good except when they were allowed to go out at approx 9pm when guests were sitting enjoying the remainder of their wine in the lounge in front of the fire.
The hotel was comfortable, and warm but, the breakfasts were poor compared to what they used to be, and not always hot. The dinner on Sun. night was not up to the standard that we are used to or used to be able to get at the hotel. We ate at the pub across the road on Sat. night as the hotel could not accommodate us the first night. The hotel could do with a good clean and refurbishment in some areas.
the accommodation, the food, the parking facilities and its central position to surrounding places. it has a laid back approach to your stay, and it has a general warming atmosphere overall. Friendly service also.
cant think of anything to write about
It was ideal for Glengoyne Distillery for the men and Balloch and Loch Lomond for the women. The staff were excellent, especially the receptionist on the Saturday when we booked in. The hotel was quaint in its own way. The evening meal was the best we have had in a long time when eating out.
The cost of the room was expensive for it being a bit dated, however, everything else made up for it.
The village is beautiful and quiet. The hotel staff are helpful and friendly, and the bar area has a great atmosphere serving great beers and food. Certainly recommend eating there! Excellent value all round.
Even though the room I stayed in was spacious and clean, the bed was a little too hard for my comfort. But that's just down to preference. Certainly wouldn't stop me staying there again.
The room, the fireplace in the lounge.
The food at breakfast was inedible, horrible taste. The waitress were hopeless, did not clear away empty dishes. No one stocked up on bowls, butter, juice,bread or rolls and at this point there was still half an hour left for people to have breakfast, would not eat there again.
The place needs some upgrading looking very tired especially upstairs
Location, bar, helpfulness of girl in kitchen on Sunday morning.
Because we were leaving before breakfast we asked for some sandwitches. I was shocked when we were charged for them on top of b & b price. Not quite the Scottish hospitality my German colleague expected.
Lovely historic location, close to scenic attractions with a car. Don't forget to visit the nearby distillery.
The rooms were too hot for my comfort. You can open the windows which made it ok.
Noisy staff in the morning
It has a home from home quality. It employs a lot of young staff who are most helpful.
good location which is central to the village, excellent food both in the bar area and restaurant, very polite and friendly staff, very comfortable room.
nothing comes to mind
Great location Quaint setting Lovely village Good food great value Excellent staff
Up and down stairs with luggage
Friendly staff Lovely food at dinner and breakfast Room warm
Room, especially bathroom could benefit from an upgrade,
People Location Food Local pubs
- Location at short distance of Ben Lomond climb starting point - Baby cob all ready for our use before we arrive - Good and generous hot breakfast - perfect before a climb
- Lots of stairs everywhere which can make it difficult when carrying heavy luggage
Location was as close to Balmaha as we could get that weekend
Not welcoming. Public toilets not clean. Bed in room 71 uncomfortable, curtains torn,hand basin so small dificult to wash or brush teeth..unable to fill kettle.Disabled room, with height of shower fixed too low. No shampoo! Nobody asked if we enjoyed our stay on leaving!! Clean room.
Housekeeping in corridors dining room very poor stained carpets and evidence of slaters white sluglike tracks on dining room carpet chairs and carpet stained. young waiting staff appeared to be untrained. we had to queue for breakfast every morning. breakfast was dried up and greasy, very poor, so much so we decided not to book in for dinner
The hotel is looking very sad needs updating
Mattress was not comfy.
Lovely room Excellent facilities Great location
Friendly staff and the best cooked breakfast I've had in long time .
The location and staff are very good,
Room was very small, mattress was very uncomfortable, smell of dampness and menu in resturant was poor
Customer focus Well located for pubs and restaurants Quaint Nice square Good breakfast
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