Hotels in Loch Lomond

Winnock Hotel
The Square
Drymen

Loch Lomond
Stirlingshire

G63 0BL | View map
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The Winnock Hotel surrounds the pretty village in the centre of Drymen, on the east side of Loch Lomond. It is superbly situated for everyone to enjoy exploring the byways, lochs and beautiful rustic countryside as well as the cities of central Scotland.

A warm and friendly welcome always awaits at the Winnock, which has been recently extensively refurbished and modernised to provide all the amenities and comfort required by the visitors - whilst retaining all the 18th century character of the original Inn.

Each room has a colour TV, Sky, direct dial telephone and tea & coffee making facilities. Wireless Internet access is also available.

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Ratings/Awards: AA/STB 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 73
Number Ensuite: 73

Price per Room:

Double: £139 - Superior double room: £162.00
Twin: £139
Single: £99
Suite: Family Rooms:-
Family of 2 adults & 1 child: £149.00
Family 2 adults & 2 children: £159.00 - Superior Family Room: £172.00
Four Poster: £162
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Restaurant

Name: Merlin Restaurant
Cuisine: Scottish
Chef: Eldon Dunley

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Credit Cards Accepted
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Open All Year
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Conference/Business Facilities

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