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Drymen, located within Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, has grown from a stopping place for drovers in the 17th Century and Rob Roy's family is reputed to have lived in the Clachan (which claims to be the oldest licensed Inn in Scotland!).

With Loch Lomond only 3 miles away, Drymen is now a popular stopping place for visitors to East Loch Lomond, where the road meanders 14 miles along the shore to Rowardennan. Glasgow, Scotland's largest city is 17 miles from Drymen, and Stirling is 22 miles away; both are approximately a 40-minute drive.


Drymen is well-endowed with local shops and amenities, including:

  • SPAR- village convenience store open from 8am to 10pm
  • Library- find maps and books about the West Highland Way here.
  • Butcher
  • Drymen Village Shop and Post Office- excellent sandwiches and hot coffee cans.
  • Tennis courts
  • There are two golf courses, one of 9 holes and one of 18 holes.

    Eating Out

    Drymen also has several restaurants, with many of them near Drymen Square.

  • The Buchanan Arms is further down Main Street and is geared for conferences and a more formal atmosphere.
  • The Clachan Inn is a traditional local pub with a restaurant. Last orders for meals are taken at 9pm.
  • The Winnock Hotel has bar meals and a lounge with a real open fire, a restaurant and Ceilidhs on Sunday evenings.
  • The Drymen Inn has a restaurant, and regular live music events.
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