Buchanan Arms Hotel

A Hotel in Drymen, Strathclyde

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Main Street, Drymen
G63 0BQ

Buchanan Arms Hotel, Drymen

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Accommodation Description:

The Buchanan Arms Hotel sits in the quaint conservation village of Drymen and is surrounded by lush countryside and close to the stunning Loch Lomond. This peaceful and scenic location is ideal for a relaxing break or for visiting Stirling and Glasgow, which are both just 30 minutes from the hotel. Spend the day soaking up the fresh Scottish air, shopping in the city or just taking it easy in the Buchanan Arms Hotel leisure club.

Let your troubles drift away in the indoor pool, sauna, steam room and beauty spa, or get active in the hotelメs gym or on the squash courts. After a stress free day enjoy an exquisite evening meal in the Buchanan Arms Hotel restaurant. Making the most of its country location the hotel specialises in local produce and traditional Scottish dishes.

After a mouth-watering meal slide over to the Buchanan Arms Hotel bar for a cosy drink before calling it a night. When you finally head up to bed you can be sure of a peaceful rest in the Buchanan Arms Hotelメs cosy, non-smoking and well-equipped guest rooms. For extra comfort and peace of mind the hotel also offers guests use of free onsite parking.

3 star rating

From: £40.00

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