Experience the food and drink delights of Loch Lomond, savouring award-winning ales and mouth-watering local cuisine. The region’s tremendous taverns and restaurants are incredibly inviting, atmospheric and friendly. Enjoy hospitality at its best in some of the most stunning locations in the world…
Treat yourself to full-bodied beers, aromatic wines and flavoursome food, while absorbing the ambience of Loch Lomond’s best pubs and restaurants. Here’s a selection of the region’s most rustic restaurants and pubs, characterised by classic food, quirky features and a rich Scottish heritage… Enjoy!
1. The Oak Tree Inn
Two-time winner of Scotland’s Best Independent Pub award, the Oak Tree Inn is a premium, pub-restaurant establishment. Boasting own-brewed beers, a huge selection of spirits, delicious food and its very own coffee shop, the Oak Tree Inn overlooks Loch Lomond and is the perfect pit stop for light refreshments, breakfast, lunch and dinner.
2. The Cruin Restaurant
On the shores of Loch Lomond, experience fine dining with finesse at the Cruin Restaurant. Boasting stunning views, five-star food and a huge selection of drinks, the Cruin Restaurant is a classy, atmospheric venue that’s perfect for those romantic occasions like anniversaries, birthdays or a marriage proposal!
3. Loch Lomond Arms Hotel
Experience a taste of the traditional at the award-winning Loch Lomond Arms country pub. Set in the picturesque village of Luss with its extraordinary landscapes, enjoy flavoursome food prepared by an award-winning chef and savour a pint from a selection of hand-pulled, craft ales.
4. Duck Bay Hotel and Restaurant
With spectacular panoramic views of Loch Lomond, the Duck Bay Hotel and Restaurant offers a delectable dining experience. The venue’s extensive menu boasts delicious culinary creations, with flavoursome foods served for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A magnificent selection of aromatic wines and malt whiskies are the perfect accompaniment for any evening meal.
5. The Rowardennan Hotel Restaurant
A delightful, family-friendly establishment on the east bank of Loch Lomond, the Rowardennan Hotel Restaurant serves a selection of popular Scottish dishes using fresh, local produce. Boasting a children’s play area, a beer garden with breathtaking views and a roaring log fire for the winter months, the Rowardennan Hotel Restaurant welcomes all – even your four-legged friend.
6. The Tullie Inn
A classic, family-run, family-friendly pub with a warm welcome and a massive menu. A great place to enjoy a traditional Sunday roast. Top up on roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings and gravy, too – free of charge. With menus for breakfast, lunch, dinner and for the kids, the Tullie Inn has got food and drink covered for all the family. A selection of ales, classic wines and flavour-filled cocktails are also available.
7. The Village Inn
A vintage, village pub located at the heart of the Loch Lomond National Park, The Village Inn is rich with Scottish heritage. With an extensive selection of menus, feed the family with traditional pub favourites, choosing delicious dishes from a tempting main menu and a menu just for kids! An impressive drinks menu boasts a huge choice of wines, beers and gins.
8. Queen of the Loch
On the banks of Loch Lomond, the Queen of the Loch takes her place. A traditional, establishment, the Queen of the Loch serves a selection of classic pub grub, cask ales and light bites. Boasting an indoor and outdoor play area, the Queen of the Loch is a family-friendly tavern where dogs are also welcome.
9. The Boat House Restaurant at Cameron House
A charming restaurant, the nautical themed Boat House at Cameron House is located at the water’s edge, overlooking a bustling marina. Serving a selection of sea food, sharing platters, burgers, pizzas and kids food, enjoy a delicious dining experience and a delightful décor. You can treat yourself to an aromatic wine too, with a huge selection to choose from.
10. The Byre Inn
Bursting with character and charm, The Byre Inn is a gourmet gastropub serving stunning food. Nestled away in woodland, this picturesque pub hosts live music and events and is a cosy little establishment with a vibrant and friendly atmosphere. With a selection of hand-pulled ales and flavoursome wines to try, enjoy a taste of the traditional with a warm welcome.
For a friendly, welcoming dose of Loch Lomond hospitality, try out the region’s charming and atmospheric taverns and restaurants. Cap off your Loch Lomond camping adventure by dining out. Enjoy!
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