Kip In the Kirk

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Drymen, Central Scotland (Stirlingshire)

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11 STIRLING ROAD DRYMEN
Drymen
Central Scotland
Scotland
G630BW

Kip In the Kirk, Drymen

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Welcome to Kip in the Kirk Kip in the Kirk is located in the centre of Drymen along the Stirling Road just a few minutes walk from the village green where you will find places to eat and drink as well as shops and the Post Office. Kip in the Kirk was recently converted and fully modernised from the Old Church Hall in Drymen. Our accommodation is available throughout the year we have an en-suite family room (this can be used as a double twin or family room) and a cosy double with private facilities (this can be used as a double or single room).

We will be delighted to welcome you with tea and scones served in our guests lounge and send you on your way after a lovely continental breakfast.

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From: £70.00


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