The Waverley Hotel

A Small Hotel in Callander, Central Scotland

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Central Scotland

The Waverley Hotel, Callander

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Situated in Callander, the Gateway to the Highlands and the self proclaimed capital of the Trossachs National Park.The Waverley Hotel provides high quality accommodation , in the centre of Callander in the Trossachs. Each room is fully en-suite with colour flat screen TV and teacoffee making facilities.Our food is sourced locally and homemade, which includes some of Scotlands Favourite and Classic MealsWe have a fabulous selection of regular and guest ales that are constantly changing to keep your taste buds tantalized! All our beers are sourced from Breweries throughout Britain including local Micro - Breweries. Also on offer are a balanced selection of Scottish Malt Whiskies, Local and Continental Lagers and a few Speciality Beers.

Look out for our Annual Beer Festivals in September and December.Enjoy live bands every Saturday March until October and December also every Friday in July and August.

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