Hotels in Loch Lomond

Black Bull Hotel
2 The Square

Loch Lomond

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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 food and quality service. A very relaxed warm, welcoming and friendly atmosphere will strike you as soon as you enter its modern, softly stylish interior.

There has been the Black Bull Hotel - or Inn - in the village square in Killearn for as long as anyone can remember and centuries further back from then. Original features of the old 19th century coaching inn are still retained in the hallway and residents lounge. Today this beautifully appointed, quietly elegant hotel, renowned for its excellent service and exceptional cuisine, offers the widest choice of hospitality to locals, passing tourists, day visitors from Glasgow, leisure and business overnight guests. New owners Daniel and Gillian Stewart are welcoming hosts and whether you wish to call by for Sunday lunch, tea and scones, dinner with friends, a drink in the bar, or reserve a bedroom for a few nights stay, whether you are on business in Scotland, or looking for these well deserved short breaks or holidays in Scotland -- the door is always open.

Within easy reach of Glasgow and Edinburgh, Killearn is an idyllic base for touring the whole central belt of Scotland, and ‘recently born’ Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Where could be better for rewarding weekend breaks in Scotland, and of course superb romantic breaks within easy reach of the ‘bonnie banks’? Romantic and world famous Loch Lomond has some of the most magnificent and diverse countryside in Scotland with lochs and rivers, moors and mountains, beautiful forests and landscapes.

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Number of Rooms: 15

Price per Person

Price Includes: Full Scottish Breakfast & VAT
Double: £55
Single: £75
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Name: Conservatory restaurant
Cuisine: Scottish and International

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