Lovely little pub in a gorgeous old village. Really enjoyed the food and they had great real ales. Worth booking ahead as it's popular!
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We booked for about 20 of us. I would recommend booking as very popular. The village is a very popular tourist area especially with the many who are walking the West Highland Way. Menu has good selection. They cater for children. For adults - Great...More
Stopped in their B&B on way home from NC 500. What a pleasant place, good selection of beers food that is well above average pub grub. Refreshingly the place is staffed by people who care who smile who notice when your glass is empty etc.Thank...More
We were staying across the street from the Clachan Inn and stopped in for a pint and to watch the local (Glasgow) team in a football match. We were greeted with such warmth by the locals and enjoyed a pint (or two). The atmosphere was...More
Perhaps I was expecting too much by wanting to go the Clachan as I had read many good reviews. We went for dinner at the end of a day's hiking, and sat in the restaurant side of the pub rather than the public bar. My...More
This hotel is the oldest registered licensed hotel in Scotland with it being around since 1734. It is located in Drymen on the southern end of Loch Lomond and has all the hallmarks of a hotel from that era. You can feel that atmosphere and...More
Hubby and I decided to go out for dinner and phoned the Clachan to book a table. Services starts at 6pm, but I would suggest booking, arriving 15 to 20 minutes early and putting in your order asap😉 Fantastic food with either rice, new potatoes,...More
Great traditional Pub with fantastic food, wonderful atmosphere and good whiskies.The locals were funny and we had some great stories told to us, in particular ones where an ex resident of Drymen and frequent user of the pub Mr Billy Conolly !!