The Dreadnought Hotel

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Callander, The Trossachs
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"This is about the 5th time at the Dreadnaught and it has been the most surreal one. On arr..."

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Why stay at The Dreadnought Hotel?

Built in the 17th century, the Dreadnought Hotel remains an important Callander landmark with its own distinctive character and charm.  Callander is a quaint town surrounded by beautiful countryside, which makes it a really popular destination with tourists. There are many things make this hotel unique, from the stunning stain glass windows to the wood panelled lounge bar where you can enjoy traditional Scottish fare. The 61 en-suite bedrooms combine traditional historic features with all the modern comforts you would expect. Callander is perfectly placed for visiting Loch Lomond, Loch Long and the Trossachs National Park. Other nearby attractions include Bracklinn Falls, Callander Golf Course, Doune Castle and Blair Drummond Safari Park.  The Dreadnought Hotel offers great value breaks through


  • FREE! Wifi available from June 2013
  • Centrally located in Callander
  • Entertainment most weekends


  • Dunblane Cathedral
  • Home to a 9th century Pictish stone cross as well as the Dunblane Commemoration in memory of those who died in the town tragedy in 1996.
  • Bike & Hike
  • Try out the variety of walking and cycling paths in the area.
  • Standing Waves
  • Learn how to canoe and kayak at one of Scotland’s leading Canoe & Kayaking Centres
  • Horse riding
  • There are treks suitable for all levels of rider at Rednock Farm.


  • Check in: 3pm
  • Check out: 11am
  • Guest lift
  • On site parking
  • Pets welcome, £15 per dog per stay charge
  • Ground floor rooms available on request


  • Restaurant
  • Bar


  • TV
  • Tea/coffee making facilities
  • En suite facilities


  • 13 miles from Dunblane railway station
  • Adjacent to bus stop
  • 50 miles from Glasgow airport

Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5.
This is about the 5th time at the Dreadnaught and it has been the most surreal one. On arrival we were told we had to go to another hotel for dinner as the chef was off ill. Next morning we were alone in the dining room as it was for the rest of our 3 night stay. Only people in the whole hotel. No room cleaning was done. Possibly the last time....
Rated 5 out of 5.
on arrival we asked what music was on that night we were told that a dance workshop were playing at night and we could sit in and listen to the music,but when we come told we would have to leave as soon as we finished our meal after being served our starter we asked if we could have the rest of our meal in the bar as the reception we received in the dining room was quiet hostile it was very cold in the bar .the service was not very good tables were dirty tea and coffee pots had dust and finger p......
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