Food & Drink

There are lots of great restaurants, bars, cafes and farm shops in and around Loch Lomond and the Trossachs.

We’ve listed some of our favourites below

The Clachan Inn

Drymen (1.8m/2.8km)

The Clachan Inn, Scotland’s oldest licensed pub, is at the heart of the pretty village of Drymen, Loch Lomond.  Located at the Village Square it provides a warm welcome to locals, visitors and walkers.

Beautiful food, much of which is sourced from local ingredients, along with an extensive range of Scottish whisky, gins and beers.

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The But & Ben

Croftamie (1.4m/2.3)

The But & Ben is a family run, fully licensed cafe in the village of Croftamie serving breakfast, lunch, afternoon teas, home baking, evening meals & takeaway. Situated on the West Highland Way, close to Drymen, Balmaha and Loch Lomond, it is an ideal stop for those walking, cycling or enjoying a visit to Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park

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The Drymen Inn

Drymen (1.8m/2.9km)

Lovely bistro with log fire, good food and live entertainment at the weekends.

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The Old Mill Inn

Killearn (5m/8km)

The Old Mill Inn is situated in the beautiful village of Killearn. Formerly a weaving mill and now a modern, rustic pub and restaurant with open fires. Fantastic food served in a characterful setting. Great beer garden for alfresco dining.

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Oak Tree Inn

Balmaha (5.6m/9km)

A lovely pub/restaurant on the banks of Loch Lomond opposite the car park at the start of The Conic Hill walk. The Oak Tree has outdoor seating with excellent food and offers their own roasted coffee.

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The Princess Rose Restaurant and Takeaway

Balloch (6.8m/11km)

Our favourite Chinese Restaurant and they also deliver! Excellent food brought direct to your lodge door for those quiet nights in.

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Local Farm Shops

Local Farm Shops

There are several local farm shops and produce within easy reach of your lodge.

Here are just a few of them:

France Farm, Alexandria

Auchentullich Farm Shop

The Woodhouse, Kippen