Since 1696, travellers have been gathering around the toasty log fire of the Rowardennan inn to tell tales of selkies, kelpies and other mythical creatures.
So why not put yourself at the centre of 300 years of history with today’s Big Deal on a cosy Loch Lomond stay for two?
And while we can’t promise that you’ll see kelpies, we can definitely promise you bags of atmosphere and cracking mountain views…
Historic Loch Lomond inn
Perched on the shores of the loch, Rowardennan Hotel is only an hour’s drive from Glasgow yet is right in the heart of the ruggedly romantic West Highland Way.
Guests can dine in The Clansman Bar with its real log fire and enjoy incredible Ben Lomond views. Queen Elizabeth Forest is right on the doorstep, so you can roam around exploring.
Cosy escape for two
With today’s Big Deal, two people can enjoy a tranquil stay at the Rowardennan Hotel. All rooms have a flat screen TV and free WiFi.
Option one is for an overnight stay with breakfast. Option two adds on a two course dinner in The Clansman Bar. Option three is for two nights, with dinner on the first evening.
This offer is available Wednesday to Saturday until 28th March.
Hearty pub dining
The inn serves up Scottish dishes with an international twist. Menus can change, but here’s a mouthwatering sample:
Locally sourced Grants of Speyside Scottish haggis fritters with special paprika mayo
Halloumi fries with salsa and salad
Soup of the day with a crisp basket roll and butter
Braised Scottish prime rump of beef & Guinness stew crowned by golden puff pastry fleuron, market vegetables and new potatoes
Handmade vegan burger whipped up with shoestring fries, salad and homemade salsa
Beer battered salt & sugar North Sea haddock served with chunky chips, mushy peas and tartar sauce
Pudding isn’t included, but you might be tempted to add on the chef’s cheesecake of the day for a supplement.
Here’s what one TripAdvisor reviewer had to say about their recent visit:
‘This small hotel is perfectly placed on the West Highland way. We loved the ambience here, the old pub was a really cool place. A roaring fire was going and people were super friendly. We sat on the deck for a beverage and enjoyed the views of Loch Lomond. Our room was comfortable and quiet with a view of the loch. The pub grub was good and we enjoyed our breakfast. We would definitely stay here again.’ 5/5
Experience 300 years of history
Not many inns can say that they’ve been going strong since the 17th century, so the Rowardennan must definitely be doing something right.
So why not experience this classic traveller hideaway for yourself with today’s Big Deal on a cosy and relaxing Loch Lomond stay for two?