Kirkhouse Inn
Kirkhouse Inn

The rural village of Strathblane is situated in a gap between the Campsie Fells and Kilpatrick Hills, once guarded by Duntreath Castle, in fine countryside and with the east bank of Loch Lomond within easy reach... Read More

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Kirkhouse Inn

Kirkhouse Inn

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Perfectly located within the tranquil parish of Strathblane near Loch Lomond, this inn, established in 1601, is no stranger to greeting guests, both local and from all over the world. Nestling under ... More | Double Room: £34.50

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Strathblane Country House

Strathblane Country House

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Country House hotel built in 1874. It sits on its own, very private ten acres, shared only by wild deer and falconry. It boasts wonderful highland views and a comfortable ... More

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Finglen House (2.87 miles)

Finglen House
Finglen House nestles at the foot of the spectacular Campsie Hills just 30 minutes to the north of Glasgow and 30 minutes South of Loch Lomand. It offers two double en suite rooms. It provides ... More | visit website
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Greenacres (3.68 miles)

Greenacres

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Situated in rolling countryside, in a stunning, unspoilt and little known location close to the Antonine Wall buffer zone, a World Heritage Site, and less than 10 miles north of ... More

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Premier Inn Glasgow Milngavie (3.79 miles)

Premier Inn Glasgow Milngavie
Ideally located within easy reach of the A81. Local attractions include Loch Lomond, Hampden Park stadium and the famous West Highland Way. For shops and local amenities Glasgow city centre is only 6 miles away. Our ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Glasgow Bearsden (3.92 miles)

Premier Inn Glasgow Bearsden
Ideally located within easy reach of the A81. Local attractions include various golf clubs, Rangers Murray Park training ground, Mugdock Country Park and Loch Lomond. Conveniently located for Milngavie train station. For shops and local ... More | visit website
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Black Bull Hotel (4.70 miles)

Black Bull Hotel

Nestling quietly in the picture postcard village of Killearn, the Black Bull is a little gem - a small, intimate family run Scottish inn style hotel of considerable character and charm, big on hospitality, great ... More | visit website

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Culcreuch Castle Hotel and Country Park (6.21 miles)

Culcreuch Castle Hotel and Country Park

The ancestral home of Clan Galbraith, 700 year old Culcreuch Castle warmly welcomes friends from all over the world to relax in one of the most romantic and historic Castles in the UK.

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Smiths Hotel (6.50 miles)

Smiths Hotel

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Smiths Hotel is a friendly, family-run hotel in the heart of Kirkintilloch. The hotel offers something for everyone, from contemporary to traditional styles. Choose from one of our 21 en-suite bedrooms which ... More

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White House Apartments (7.02 miles)

White House Apartments

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Nestled in a classical Georgian Crescent with gardens to the front and Mews Cottages to the rear, this is your country house in the heart of the city. Within walking ... More

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Loaninghead Farm (7.02 miles)

Loaninghead Farm

An 18th century hunting lodge in the days of Rob Roy McGregor(scottish outlaw)depicted in BraveHeart film, situated in the heart of Loch Lomond, Stirling & Trossachs. Now a livestock farm. With Magnificient views of the ... More | visit website

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Best Western Glasgow Pond Hotel (7.05 miles)

Best Western Glasgow Pond Hotel

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In Glasgow’s West End, this modern hotel offers free parking and free Wi-Fi. The city centre is just a 5-minute drive away. Each stylish room at the Glasgow Pond Hotel has satellite ... More

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