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Just west of Loch Lomond, on the hills overlooking Endrick Water, is the picturesque little country village of Drymen, where the hotel proudly stands.  All the main roads through the Campsie Fells meet here and Drymen is an extremely popular visitor destination.

The village has a pretty little 18th century parish church and is the start of the Rob Roy Way, unofficial long distance footpath to Pitlochry, and the West Highland Way, reaching from Milngavie to Fort William.

Remarkably central, yet very much nestling in the stunning Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Being less than 30 minutes drive from Glasgow makes it a superb city getaway and weekend break destination.

Read on now and appreciate just how superb a touring and sightseeing destination Drymen really is.


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