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Nearby Cities & Activities

Drymen is well situated within central Scotland, and is in easy reach of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling – offering a vast range of activities and entertainment options such as shopping, museums, castles and much more. There are also a number of local courses for the keen golfer to hone their skills. Strathendrick is a 9 hole course and is open to non-members at approx £10 for a round (01360 660695). Buchanan Castle has an 18 hole course at approx £35 per round (01360 660330) and for the more enthusiastic player the world famous Loch Lomond Golf Course and Gleneagles are but a short drive away. They cost approx £175 and £110 respectively.

Breathtaking Countryside

Undoubtedly one of Scotland’s biggest treasures, Loch Lomond and its surrounding countryside provides a wonderful setting for glorious walks, picnics on the beach, boat trips, fishing, sailing and kayaking.  The whole area is part of the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, the Queen Elizabeth Forest reaches down to the village edge, and we are situated on the world famous West Highland Way.  Ben Lomond, on our doorstep, is a seriously good climb and the less strenuous Conic and Dumbling still offer breathtaking views as does Dumgoyne with the added attraction of a Distillery at its foot.  Around here you’ll find plenty of walking to suit all levels.

Eating Out

Drymen boasts numerous hotels and pubs which provide a wide range of food from haute cuisine to bar meals and snacks, it even boasts the oldest pub in Scotland: The Clachan Inn. Further a field, Glasgow hosts some of the finest restaurants in Scotland.