Great food at a great price close to Loch Lomond. This restaurant is beside Balloch train station. Get there in 20 mins if driving and only a short trip away from Clydebank station (beside the flat), if you are not.
The restaurant and pub are in a lovely newly decorated Arts and Crafts building where you can enjoy a nice meal and/or drinks. There is a quiz night every 2nd Thursday of the month.
“I love this restaurant, great food and atmosphere. If you are in Ballock, I definitely recommend this place”
“The Boat House Restaurant, on the shore Loch Lomond is a great alternative for those seeking a relaxed atmosphere and great local seafood. Located just a short stroll from the hotel, down by the water’s edge, the nautical themed décor and views overlooking the vibrant marina greet you as you enter The Boat House. You’ll be served the freshest fish and locally sourced produce, all served with a smile from our friendly staff. Direct Dial 01389 722585”
“The Drovers Inn, is the perfect stop at the north end of Loch Lomond providing a true and lasting memory of rural Scotland. It is rumoured to be one of the most haunted hotels in Britain! From the moment you step through the door you will find yourself transported back in time, amazed by the interior literally stuffed full of taxidermy. There is a resident bear who will be on hand to greet you . The bar area, although dark and small, its full of character and Scottish charm. There is a wide range of Scottish Whisky's, Draught Lagers & Ales, plus a range of spirits to keep your thirst quenched throughout your visit. Or if you don't have time for a meal, warm up with a tea or coffee. Relax in front of the roaring fire with food from the classic pub menu including steak pie and traditional haggis, neeps and tatties. There is live music every weekend, a great food menu served daily, not to mention an excellent atmosphere and centuries of history. ”
“A castle which sits on top of a volcanic plug, Dumbarton Castle is sure to be of interest to anybody who likes history or geology. If you ascend the steps to the very top you will be rewarded with stunning views of Dumbarton town and the surrounding countryside. ”