When it’s twinkling with frost, Loch Lomond looks like a glittery picture torn out of a book of fairytales.
That’s why it’s a waste to only visit it in summer – you really have to see the loch in sparkling winter too.
This Big Deal on a winter warming lunch offers the perfect excuse. Served up in the cosy Drymen Inn, you and a companion can tuck into two courses of hearty Scottish cuisine.
Part of the West Highland Way, The Drymen Inn is an atmospheric bar and restaurant in Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park.
Both Glasgow and Edinburgh are only a 40-minute drive away, making it easy to get to for a day trip.
The inn’s family-run restaurant has earned itself a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
The exposed beams, stripped stone walls and log burning stove all offer bags of atmosphere, plus there is a scenic conservatory dining area for milder days.
The menu offers hearty Scottish pub grub with a few international influences.
Winter warmer lunch
Available seven days until the 14th March, this Big Deal is for a two course winter warmer lunch for two people, served from noon to 5pm.
The Drymen Inn’s winter lunch menu is designed to fill you with a lovely warm glow, ideally after a bracing walk.
Sample starters include haggis fritters and potato skins. Mains include chicken stroganoff with rice and haddock, chips with mushy peas. There will also be a choice of tempting sweets on offer, such as sticky toffee pudding, cheesecake and hot chocolate fudge cake.
This 5pm customer loved their meal at The Drymen Inn. Here is a snippet from their review:
‘Homely and delicious. Restaurant was modern, lovely and warm on a cold crisp Sunday afternoon. Staff were very welcoming and food delicious – yummy!’ 4/5
If you appreciate gorgeous, frosty Trossachs scenery, then you’ll love this Big Deal on a winter warming lunch.
Whether you are planning to hike part of the West Highland Way or just fancy a more relaxing lochside stroll, lunch at The Drymen Inn afterwards would be a well-deserved reward.
So why not treat yourself to a scenic day out at Loch Lomond between now and March?