Places to eat near Loch Lomond
If you’re looking for places to eat out near Loch Lomond, during your stay with us, there are many options. Most of the villages in this area have at least one or more local pub with dining. However, below are some of our own favourite pubs and restaurants around Loch Lomond.
Perch, Loch Lomond Waterfront
Here at Loch Lomond Waterfront we have our own café and restaurant, Perch. Welcoming both residents and non-residents. We specialise in delicious brunches, lunches and homemade cakes in a relaxed atmosphere. We also have a licenced bar, serving alcoholic and soft drinks. Ask about our tasty weekly specials and popular afternoon teas. Perch is family-friendly and dog-friendly.
Tel: 01360 870144
The Oak Tree Inn, Balmaha
A family-owned pub and restaurant looking out over the Balmaha boatyard. The Oak Tree Inn is incredibly popular with both tourists and locals and is just a two-minute walk from the lodges. A large open fireplace heats the bar throughout the winter months and during the summer customers often enjoy refreshments and dining outside in their beer garden. The Oak Tree also deliver superb Pizza’s, home baked in their traditional stone pizza oven.
Tel: 01360 870357 and 01360 870440 for pizza delivery.
The Drymen Inn, Drymen
The Drymen Inn re-opened in 2015. This tastefully restored, family run – bistro/inn has a log fire, good atmosphere and quality good value food.
Tel: 01360 660123
The Clachan, The Square, Drymen
The Clachan, another family-owned pub can boast the title of the oldest pub in Scotland. Good homemade food or simply a quiet drink can be enjoyed in a cosy, friendly atmosphere.
Tel: 01360 660824
The Old Mill, Killearn
This delightful restaurant, The Old Mill, nestles in the equally delightful village of Killearn which is a 20-minute drive from us at Loch Lomond Waterfront. Here you will experience exquisite cuisine in the most quaint environment. Attached to the restaurant is a pub where you can enjoy a drink after your meal. The restaurant and pub are set in an old weaving mill with the restaurant spilling into an atmospheric Yurt with its own stove. And if you are there at the right time of year you can dine alfresco in their lovely garden.
Tel: 01360 550068
Lake of Menteith Hotel and Waterfront Restaurant, Port of Menteith
Overlooking Scotland’s only lake, Lake of Menteith is Nick Nairn’s signature restaurant, providing superb, high-quality food. Booking ahead is advisable.
Tel: 01877 385258
The Winnock, The Square, Drymen
At The Winnock, bar and restaurant meals are available. Booking is advisable for the restaurant at weekends.
Tel: 01360 660245
The Inn, Kippen
Excellent, contemporary Scottish food can be enjoyed at The Inn. It is more expensive than other local pubs but is good for a special occasion.
Tel: 01786 871010
The Cross Keys Inn, Kippen
The Cross Keys Inn is a gastropub with an authentic interior and friendly atmosphere. Traditional modern food.
Tel: 01786 870293
The But & Ben
The But & Ben is a coffee shop in the nearby village of Croftamie. Here you can enjoy coffee, food and cakes with parking outside.
Tel: 01360 661376Book Accommodation
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Outstanding location'The location is outstanding - right on the edge of Loch Lomond with private water frontage and beaches. As a location for exploring, again this rates very highly. We easily accessed central Glasgow by train from nearby Balloch and also explored Stirling (particularly the castle and Wallace memorial), the Falkirk Wheel and even Perth and Pitlochry by car. It is a very peaceful place, which can only be disturbed on occasion by your neighbours but with the Slumber Charter in place, we had absolutely no problems overnight.'