If you are walking the West Highland Way, Rob Roy Way or lazily exploring the delights of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, you’ll soon discover there are few places more welcoming than The Clachan Inn on the beautiful village square of Drymen, just three miles from Loch Lomond.
The Clachan Inn is the oldest registered licensed pub in Scotland (1734). Owned by the Strang family, The Clachan Inn takes great pride in offering true Scottish hospitality in its bar, restaurant and comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation.
Delicious lunch and dinner menus featuring home cooked meals are served in the bar and restaurant for the hungry walker and visitor.
The Clachan Inn, with its welcoming atmosphere and log fire is at the very centre of village life for both locals and visitors alike and a visit to this famous inn will be sure to leave you with lasting memories of this wonderful corner of Scotland