Like a lot of people here we arrived here after walking the first day of the West Highland Way. We actually arrived earlier than we thought we would and nobody was home but we went for a quick wander in Drymen and then back to Yvonne! We had the bunk bed room, which was cosy but completely fine for two people - and fantastic value. Bunk beds were very comfortable and Yvonne's welcome was lovely. The bathroom is AMAZING. I was so disappointed that I didn't see it til the next morning, because I would have definitely had a bath! That is one of the main reasons I am writing this - HAVE A BATH. Ok it's not ensuite but honestly don't worry about that - it was lovely.
Another perk is that Mulberry Lodge is actually on the West Highland Way (unlike Drymen) so you save yourself a wee walk. When we saw the sign for Mulberry Lodge a bit earlier than we thought it was such a lovely surprise!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- "Mulberry Lodge, B & B, The West Highland Way, Drymen, Loch Lomond" - Welcome to our 19th-century lodge. Mulberry Lodge is a delightful old lodge house built in 1888 which still retains its character and period features. Enjoy the peace and tranquil location of Mulberry Lodge which sits on its own overlooking fields surrounded by wooded areas in the peaceful and beautiful environs of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Mulberry Lodge Drymen, Scotland