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B and Bs in Drymen

Ashbank Bed & Breakfast
1 Balmaha Road
Loch Lomond

Drymen
Stirlingshire

G63 0BX | View map
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Ashbank Bed and Breakfast is a family run B&B offering superior accommodation in the heart of the conservation village of Drymen. Ashbank was once the home of the famous Olympian Eric Liddell who's story was depicted in the Oscar winning film Chariots of Fire.

The house sits proudly overlooking the village square and the surrounding hills. All of our bedrooms are en-suite and are tastefully decorated with flat screen TVís, tea and coffee making facilites and free WI-FI.

Ashbank is the ideal base for walkers and tourists alike. Drymen is the first stop on the West Highland Way and also the starting point for the new Rob Roy Way which finishes up in Pitlochry.† For tourists itís the perfect base to explore Loch Lomond and the beautiful Trossachs area. Also only 40 minutes from Glasgow city centre and 30 minutes from historic Stirling there's no shortage of visitor attractions within easy reach. For those looking for a more active break, there are woodland walks, hill walking, cycling, fishing and a good selection of golf courses to choose from.

Drymen is a picturesque village and you can enjoy the hospitality at the local pubs which offer good food and quality drinks, or simply enjoy a stroll through the shops and art galleries in the village.

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Number Ensuite: 3

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