The Clachan Inn 2 Main Street Drymen G63 OBG
Tel 01360 660824. As Scotland's oldest registered licensed premises
(1734), The Clachan Inn is steeped in history. Enjoy traditional
home cooking which is served with a warm Scottish welcome. Whilst
in the Drymen area, why not call into the Pottery Cafe Main
Street, and sample the very best in traditional home baking,
delicious home made soups and light lunches.
The Rowardennan Hotel only 2 minutes walk from
the Lodge has a cosy, friendly bar with a roaring log fire, serving
hot and cold food and a restaurant facility.
Stretching from Milngavie (Glasgow) to Fort William,
the West Highland Way covers some 95 miles of spectacular scenery
and is used by approximately 70,000 walkers a year. Following the
shores of Loch Lomond, Scotland's largest freshwater loch, along
the foot of Ben Lomond it passes from the lowlands across the Highland
Boundry Fault and into the Scottish Highlands.