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Drymen

This scenic part of Scotland has been popular with tourists since the 18th century, providing a peaceful retreat upon the bonny banks of Loch Lomond. Drymen is well positioned for travel into The Trossachs National Park, as well as being located upon the route of the famous walk, The West Highland Way. Visitors will find a whole host of historic attractions in the surrounding area, as well as an abundance of wildlife and beautiful scenery just waiting to be explored. Golf enthusiasts will rejoice as the 18-hole Buchanan Castle Golf Club and the nine hole Strathendrick Golf Club are both located within the village.

We love Drymen because...

  • Stunning loch scenery
  • Scenic walking trails
  • Ideal for whisky
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Drymen-Breaks vacation-The Winnock Hotel
The Winnock Hotel
The Square Drymen G63 0BL

For a quiet stay near Stirling, choose The Winnock Hotel, perfectly located in the heart of Loch Lomond National Park.

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The Winnock Hotel
The Square Drymen G63 0BL

For a quiet stay near Stirling, choose The Winnock Hotel, perfectly located in the heart of Loch Lomond National Park.

In and around Drymen

Blair Drummond Safari Park

An epic experience, spanning 120 acres of fantastic woodland, this safari park is a one of a kind and offers you the chance to spot a variety of animals as well as take part in plenty of adventure activities! From giraffes to elephants, the animals on display are a pleasure to watch as they reside in their well-maintained and spacious reserves.

Stirling Castle

One of the largest and most architecturally significant structures in Scotland. Once the home to the Stewart kings, this magnificent castle is now a major attraction and a great place to learn about the local history of the area. Today, costumed characters bring the building to life and take guests on guided tours where they can shed insight on the many interesting facts and secrets that this castle hides. Visitors can check out the great hall, royal chapel, great kitchens as well as the castle exhibition and regimental museum.

Glengoyne Distillery

This complex and fruity whisky is a testament to the ‘national drink of Scotland’. Visitors are invited to take a tour of this distillery, known as one of the most beautiful in Scotland, learn the tricks of the trade and discover why Glengoyne single malt whisky is distilled more slowly than any other whisky. A range of tours are available, with opportunities for tasting sessions on each.

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