The Drymen Inn

5 Stirling Road, G63 0BW

Drymen, Strathblane & South, Stirling & Falkirk

Cuisine: Gastro Pub

About The Drymen Inn

  • Food: 4

    Ambience: 4

    Service: 4

    Value: 4

    Homely & delicious

    Restaurant was modern & lovely & warm on a cold crisp Sunday afternoon. Staff were very welcoming & food delicious - special mention for the beer batter fish & chips - yummy!
    - dined in restaurant 18/01/2015

Contemporary Scottish restaurant in National Park

Surrounded by beautiful rolling hills and countryside, The Drymen Inn is a family-run bar and restaurant with rooms in the village of Drymen. It is located within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Featuring exposed beams, stripped stone and quirky touches like the set of buffalo horns, the décor at the Drymen Inn offers an attractive mix of contemporary flair and traditional features that reflect its surroundings. A conservatory makes the most of the summer months while a log-burning stove keeps it all cosy in the colder months

Scottish ingredients, global influences

The kitchens at The Drymen Inn make good use of local suppliers to provide freshly cooked dishes which showcase Scottish ingredients. As well as regular specials, the menu features a selection of pizza and burgers, sandwiches and wraps plus a full Scottish breakfast.

The 28-day aged steaks are always popular as are classic dishes like the steak and ale pie or the beer battered haddock. Dessert choices include an apple and caramel crumble tart, sticky toffee pudding and the house cheesecake.

Local attractions and transport links

The Drymen Inn in the village of Drymen is easily reached via the A811 Stirling Road. Part of the West Highland Way, it is situated in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and a five minute drive from Loch Lomond itself. Glasgow and Edinburgh are both within a 40 minute drive.

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